Medical marijuana doctors participating in the Oklahoma medical marijuana program are typically MDs, DOs, and DPMs. You can find a list of Oklahoma medical marijuana doctors on the OMMA website. Note that not all doctors authorized to issue medical marijuana recommendations are included in the list.
Yes. One of the requirements for participating in the Oklahoma medical marijuana program is obtaining a signed physician recommendation form authorizing the use of medical marijuana. To obtain this form, you must schedule an appointment with a medical marijuana doctor. If you are an adult, your physician recommendation form is required to be signed by one physician. However, if you are aged 17 or younger, your minor patient recommendation form must be signed by two qualified physicians.
A Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, or a podiatric physician with an active and unrestricted license issued by the Oklahoma Board of Medical License and Supervision, Board of Osteopathic Examiners, or the Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners can recommend medical marijuana under the state's medical marijuana program.
The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority provides a medical marijuana doctor list on its website. However, the list only contains information for doctors who have agreed to make their names and addresses public for medical marijuana certification issuance purposes.
You can find an Oklahoma medical marijuana doctor near you using the Oklahoma medical marijuana doctor list provided on the OMMA website. The list is not an exhaustive one and only includes the names of physicians who have consented to share their information publicly. The list reveals the names, fields of medical practice, practice names, and addresses of the consenting physicians. From the address section on the list, you can find physicians near your location.
Yes. Oklahoma medical marijuana doctors are allowed to use telemedicine for patient assessment provided the process involves acceptable standards that a healthcare practitioner would follow in recommending a medication. Telemedicine appointments are usually preferred by patients due to the cheaper consultation fees compared to traditional physical in-person appointments.
Per Section 442:10-2-8 of the OMMA rules, an Oklahoma medical marijuana doctor may recommend to a patient the possession of up to 3 ounces of marijuana, 1 ounce of concentrated marijuana, 72 ounces of edibles, 8 ounces of marijuana in their residence, and 72 ounces of topical marijuana.