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Seattle Medical Marijuana is now accepting new patients! If you are a medical marijuana patient as defined by Chapter 69.51a RCW then please contact us!
In order to apply to the Seattle Medical Marijuana Association you MUST already posses a valid Washington State Medical Marijuana Authorization. To join our small grow co-op, we will require only two forms from you: 1. A copy of your Washington State Medical Marijuana authorization with your Washington State photo ID such as a driver's license. 2. A completed Seattle Medical Marijuana Association provider/patient application.
Starting July 24th, 2015, all new authorizations MUST be written on the Washington State Department of Health's Medical Marijuana Authorization Form and must be on tamper-resistant paper. We will be unable to accept new authorizations that are not on this form. We will continue to accept authorizations written before July 24th, 2015 that follow the old format.
The form is not valid unless EVERY field is completed. If the patient does not have a "Designated Provider", the authorizing physician must write "N/A" in those fields. Patients must bring in BOTH pages of the authorization and they must both be on tamper-resistant paper. Please visit the Department of Health's website for more information regarding the requirements for the new authorization form and to view their FAQ.
If you have any questions regarding the new laws pretaining to medical marijuana authorizations, feel free to contact the Department of Health directly at:
Kristi Weeks, KD
Review Officer/ Policy CounselPO BOX 47890Olympia, WA 98504(360) firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan ReynoldsReview Officer/ Policy CounselPO BOX 47890Olympia, WA 98504(360) email@example.com
WE MAKE OBTAINING YOUR MEDICINE SIMPLE THROUGH OUR COMPASSIONATE PATIENT NETWORK
1. Make a copy of your MMJ Authorization, SMMA membership application, HIPAA form and your Washington ID
THIS CAN USUALLY BE DONE WITHIN 30 MINUTES Monday - Friday
New patient verification cannot be done on weekends since most providers take weekends off and are not in the office to verify patient medical marijuana documentatio
Please note, we are unable to process new patients after 8:45 pm Monday-Thursday, and 9:45 pm on Friday. Thank you!
Purpose and intent. RCW 69.51A.005
"THE SPIRIT OF THE LAW WOULD RECOGNIZE THE NECESSITY OF HAVING SMALL COOPERATIVE VENTURES," DAN SATTERBERG, DISTRICT ATTORNEY IN KING COUNTY