At this time the State of Oregon requires further updated documentation in order to keep your records consistent with the standards required by the Oregon Health authority, you will need to obtain an updated Attending Physicians Statement in order to continue to take advantage of the program.
Common Follow-Up Questions
All Questions in Category
- Can I drive while using Medical Marijuana?
- Can my doctor write me a recommendation? (Do I need to come see you?)
- Does your clinic sign recommendations for Minors?
- How do I apply for a Medical Card?
- How do I make an appointment?
- How do I reschedule my appointment?
- How much does it cost to obtain a medical marijuana card?
- How soon can I get an Appointment?
- Is the Oregon Medical Marijuana Card recognized by other states?
- Is there a location I can go to speak with someone face to face?
- May I use marijuana while on parole/probation if I have an OMMP card?
- What is a Caregiver?
- What is the impact of a Medical Marijuana card on employment?
- What is your clinic’s address?
- What should I tell my employer if I am subjected to a drug test?
- Where are you located?
- Why are you unavailable at other locations statewide?
- Why do I have to see a doctor to get my card?
- Why do I need to have a physician sign and date the form or send a chart note to the OMMP? Why can’t I just provide my medical records?
- Why do I need to see a doctor again?