(PRWEB) May 27, 2014
In light of the New York State Health Committee passing the Compassionate Care Act last week, the Long Island-based Medical Cannabis Network has announced its full-scale preparation for medicinal legalization of cannabis in the Empire State. While the medical marijuana measure's fate awaits a 2:00 P.M. (EST) vote, if passed, the measure will finally receive its due diligence under the prime-time lights of the Senate floor.
Pending vote, the Compassionate Care Act (A. 6357-B) will help provide relief to thousands of New Yorker's that are suffering from a laundry list of chronic and debilitating medical conditions. Currently, MarijuanaDoctors.com has compiled a wait-list of around 4,000 prospective patients – situated throughout the State of New York – that are greatly anticipating the passage of this measure as an alternative treatment option.
Serving as the nation's "ZocDoc for pot," the company has (on average) around fifty-to-sixty residents of New York signing up to the patient wait-list daily. Additionally, MarijuanaDoctors.com has received support from around twelve doctors – willing to recommend medical marijuana once the New York medical marijuana program is in effect.
With its CEO a native of New York, the company has personal ties towards advocating for this compassionate cause. “Allowing New Yorkers the opportunity to achieve optimal wellness is something that is not only important to MarijuanaDoctors, but imperative to the state,” said C.O.O. of MarijuanaDoctors, John Nicolazzo.
Prospective patients located throughout New York are urged to sign up to the Marijuana Doctors New York State patient wait-list to be notified once the state’s program goes legal. Below is the link for the New York medical marijuana patient wait-list.
Will you qualify for medical marijuana in New York?
Click here to fill out the wait-list form.