In such a time of need, we make it convenient and professional by obtaining patient medical records and providing our comprehensive E-Book.
Phoenix, AZ (Vocus/PRWEB) April 05, 2011
With the passing of Prop 203, medical marijuana is now legal in Arizona for qualified patients with debilitating medical conditions. Patients with Cancer, Severe Nausea and Vomiting, Chronic Pain, Severe Muscle Spasms, Glaucoma, Hepatitis, HIV or AIDS, Crohn’s Disease, MS or ALS, Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome, or Alzheimer’s Agitation may qualify for an Arizona marijuana ID card.
Arizona Medical Marijuana Certifications has established itself as the premier Arizona marijuana evaluation center in the state. With licensed, qualified, and compassionate doctors, Medical Marijuana Certifications provides top notch evaluations for patients.
When patients sign up for a certification evaluation at the center, they will receive the E-Book entitled Medical Marijuana in Arizona – The People Have Spoken. The book is over 40 pages and contains chapters on The Basics of Cannabis, Arizona’s Path to Legalizing Medical Marijuana, the Basics of Obtaining an Arizona Medical Marijuana Card, and the latest medical information on how marijuana benefits debilitating conditions.
New chapters were added recently, including Drug Testing for Marijuana and How Marijuana Acts on the Body. No other Arizona certification center offers such a comprehensive current compilation of knowledge.
Medical Marijuana Certifications wants to make it easy for patients to receive their evaluations. As a requirement in Arizona, patients need to have an in-person examination from a licensed doctor and a review of the past 12 months of medical records for the qualifying condition. As an added patient benefit, the certification center will obtain patients’ medical records for them after the on-line medical record release form is completed.
Said CEO David Greene, MD, “Our mission is to provide first rate evaluations by compassionate, caring, and knowledgeable doctors to patients suffering from debilitating conditions. In such a time of need, we make it convenient and professional. We obtain patient’s medical records, provide a comprehensive E-Book on Medical Marijuana, and have responsive top notch providers who care very deeply about our patients.”
Patients will receive an evaluation expeditiously at the center to help obtain an Arizona Marijuana Card. For an appointment, patients may either call Toll Free (855) AZ-IDCARD or visit the website.