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No. IECC accepts anyone who feels they can benefit from Medical Marijuana
No, your fee will be returned to you if you do not receive a recommendation.
It is completely up to the doctor to make the determination. A clinic managers or the physician may assist you in getting your medical records to the doctor. The physician may give you a temporary recommendation or ask you to fulfill certain requirements. If you cannot fulfill the requirements that the doctor requested you may be denied. Please make every effort to bring some kind of medical documentation to the clinic. This could include X-rays, MRI's, prescriptions, physician letters, medications or any other documentation showing that you have been to a doctor and have been diagnosed with your condition. Are your customers raving about you on social media? Share their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.
You can follow these easy steps to get your medical records. Contact your physician or hospital where you received treatment. Inform them that you will be requesting your medical records. They will inform you on what steps you need to follow. Typically, you will need to provide your physician with a written authorization to release your records. Ask for your physician's fax number and fax your physician a release of medical records form or pick one up here.
No, your initial fee covers one year of service with the physician. So you can come in for a follow up appointment up to one year at no cost to you.
To the delight of medical marijuana supporters, the California Highway Patrol has agreed to stop taking cannabis from motorists in routine traffic stops who have a doctor's recommendation. Attorney General Bill Lockyer affirmed that medical marijuana use is sanctioned by California law, despite a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling. CHP officers were told in an Aug. 22 bulletin of the new policy, which now allows patients traveling on state highways to have as much as 8 ounces of marijuana if they had a certified user identification card or written approval from a physician.
Absolutely not! Your records will remain safe and confidential with us. We consider your privacy the utmost importance.
As of right now, IECC does not accept insurance.
Patients will have to fill out a patient history form along with some other documents and disclosures. You must provide a valid state issued CA ID or Driver's License prior to examination. Once your paper work is ready to go and you have paid your IECC fee, then you meet with the Dr. to get your recommendation. If you qualify you will leave with everything you need that very same day.
Please try to bring some kind of documentation when you come in for an appointment. This includes: actual records, prescriptions, physician's letter, chiropractor's letter, x-rays, MRI's or any other documentation that you think can help.
Call your doctor or the hospital where you were treated and tell them you want to request your medical records. They will tell you the process and typically have you sign an authorization to fax to them.
IECC can still see you and a doctor may offer you a temporary recommendation with conditions that you must meet within a specified timeframe, typically 3-6 months.