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GREEN STREET MEDICAL CANNABIS CLINIC

GREEN STREET MAUI MEDICAL CANNABIS CLINIC

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STEP 1: BOOK AN APPOINTMENT AT GREEN STREET

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Pricing:

$120 for new patient registration, to be completed in person.
$100 for renewal (can be virtual).
$200 for two year renewal.

STEP 2: CREATE DOH APPLICATION

Fill out your application with the Department of Health Go to https://medmj.ehawaii.gov and create a “free” secure account.

Fill out the online application and upload any required documents (caregiver forms, and ID etc.) 

Note: The name on the application must match your name on your ID exactly.

Under MD/APRN-RX 
Fill out my name: Natalie Plotkin

Cost- A medical card in Hawaii has two separate fees. The first fee is $38.50 paid to the State of Hawaii; and the second fee is $120 paid to a person or organization that certifies you. Most providers charge about the same for initial certifications. Renewal fees at Green Street are $100 to renew your card.

FILL OUT YOUR APPLICATION

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STEP 3: GET EVALUATED

Please bring a government issued photo ID (passport book, driver’s license, or state ID, any medical records if you have them. Your evaluation typically takes 30 minutes.

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STEP 4: Receive card

Your Medical Marijuana card will be issued electronically after you are certified usually in 2-3 business days.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

There are 12 different conditions that qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card in Hawaii (also called a 329 Card). The most common conditions that cards are issued for are chronic pain and PTSD (symptoms can include anxiety, insomnia and depression). If you have a condition that causes chronic pain you will qualify. See the Department of Health's website for more information on exactly which conditions are currently accepted.

Who Qualifies to get their card?

Yes they can starting on March 5, 2019. The requirements are that the visitor must 1) have a valid medical marijuana card from another state and the condition that the card was issued for must be one of Hawaii’s 12 approved medical conditions, 2) the visitor’s state issued ID (e.g. Drivers License) must be from the same state as the visitor’s medical marijuana card and 3) the visitor must complete the application online at the DOH website.

Can visitors (tourists) to Hawaii be certified?

Your consultation usually takes 30 minutes. Once it's completed your application is sent electronically to the Department of Health and you will be issued your medical marijuana card immediately online. The card is valid for one year.

Other important information

No you do not. Valid ID from any State or a US Passport are accepted.

Do I need a Hawaii Drivers License or State ID to get certified?

AbouT Natalie

I am an APRN-RX working on Maui and I am pleased to be able to offer medical cannabis evaluations for medical marajuana cards in a safe, confidential, and respectful environment. Medical cannabis can provide effective and non-opioid relief of chronic pain, anxiety, and many other chronic and debilitating conditions. Schedule your evaluation to see if you are a candidate. 

Natalie plotkin

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