Marghee's Mobile Medical is happy to assist you with the Hawaii State Medical Cannabis Registry if you Qualify.
In 2000 the Hawaii State Legislature and the Governor approved the medicinal use of Marijuana for qualifying patients in the State of Hawaii. The Hawaii State Legislature passed the law allowing for Dispensaries in 2015 and for Advanced Practice Register Nurses (Nurse Practitioners) to register patients in the 329 Registry Program. Below are many details and links to Hawaii specific information.
ELIGIBLE DEBILITATING MEDICAL CONDITIONS
As defined in section 121 of HRS-329 , a qualifying debilitating medical condition includes:
Lupus, (added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 41)
Epilepsy, (added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 41)
Multiple Sclerosis,(added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 41)
Rheumatoid Arthritis,(added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 41)
Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus,
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome,
Post-traumatic stress disorder (added effective July 1, 2015 as per Act 241), or
“The treatment of these conditions”, or
“A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or its treatment that produces one or more of the following:
Cachexia or wasting syndrome,
Seizures, including those characteristic of epilepsy, or
Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including those characteristic of multiple sclerosis or Crohn’s disease.
Follow program rules and the law.
One caregiver per patient; one patient per caregiver.
One grow site per registered patient.
No more than 10(added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 41) marijuana plants, jointly between a registered patient and caregiver (ALL plants must be tagged).
No more than 4 ounces of usable marijuana, jointly between a registered patient and caregiver.
Do not use medical marijuana in a way that endangers the health or well-being of another person.
Do not use medical marijuana for purposes other than medical use as permitted by law.
Do not use medical marijuana in any moving vehicle, at any work place, on any school grounds, or in any other public place (including public parks, beaches, recreation centers).
Put a tag or other identification maker with the 329 Card Number AND Expiration Date at the base of every medical marijuana plant so they can be more easily identified as legal. Read Tagging Guidelines.
All your Questions about the rules, Laws and Regulations can be answered on the Hawai'i Department of Health website for the Medical Marijuana Registry Program - the link is below.
Briefly: How The Hawaii Marijuana Registry Program Works
Although state residency is not a requirement of the Medical Marijuana Registry Program, the Program was designed to service qualifying individuals that reside in the state of Hawaii and all protections afforded under part IX, chapter 329, Hawaii Revised Statutes are only applicable in areas that fall within Hawaii state jurisdiction. Hawaii does not currently have a reciprocity law that would allow it to recognize medical marijuana cards issued in other states.
Patient fills out the online application and uploads any required documents (at minimum, a clear copy of your valid ID).
Patient makes payment – the cost is $38.50 ($35 application fee + $3.50 portal administration fee) and must be paid with a credit/debit card or direct withdrawal from a savings or checking account. All fees are non-refundable, even if a card is NOT issued.
Provider reviews the application, certifies the patient’s condition, and submits the application to DOH.
DOH verifies the application and issues the 329 Card. INCOMPLETE applications will be returned electronically.
DOH mails the 329 card directly to the patient.
Please note: Marghee's Mobile Medical does not and can not provide you with any medicine including Marijuana or any of it's derivatives. To obtain medical marijuana or cannabis product you must either grow it yourself, find a caregiver who can grow it for you or go to a Certified Dispensary (We are awaiting the dispensary opening date in the near future Summer / Fall 2017???)
Using Medical Cannabis Telemedicine Services in Hawaii
Qualified medical marijuana patients please be advised that for the purposes of using medical marijuana telemedicine services online, in Hawaii:
The State of Hawaii requires that, in order for a marijuana care provider to conduct a medical marijuana evaluation, the care provider must first conduct a patient examination, in-person.
Although patients may not see a marijuana care provider online for the initial visit, patients may choose to use medical marijuana telemedicine services online for all follow-up visits.
To Become a Patient of Marghee's Mobile Medical Please go to the Secure link on the right to help us get started on building your Medical Record & be prepared for your visit.