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Medication Management & Medical Cannabis Card

We provide the following clinical services: Kaylene Cribbs, CNP (Certified Nurse Practitioner) provides a psychiatric evaluation and ongoing treatment plan to best fit your medication management needs.

1. Kaylene specializes in psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and psychotherapy for patients ages 6 years and older; integrating a treatment approach that is evidence-based, culturally sensitive, recovery-orientated, and holistic.

2. Kaylene’s specialty includes assorted mood disorders including bipolar, ADHD/ADD, anxiety disorders, depression, traumatic events, poor concentration and attention, hyperactivity and eating disorders. Kaylene finds being an CNP is extremely rewarding by observing the progress of changes and growth in her patients.

 

 

Obtaining your medical Card:

Step 1 –
The first step to getting a medical marijuana card in the state of New Mexico is to obtain your medical records from any previous providers you have seen for your condition. Your  appointment with out Nurse Practitioner is usually a straightforward process. Kaylene will ask you a few questions about your condition to see if medical marijuana is a viable option.

Restrictions:
In order to be eligible to apply for New Mexico’s Medical Cannabis Program (MCP) and obtain a medical marijuana card in New Mexico, patients must meet the following criteria:

• Must be a legal resident of New Mexico
• Must have proof of residency
• Must be 18 years of age or older
• Valid caregivers who are 18 years of age and older may apply for minors who are under 18
• Qualifying Health Conditions:
• Current qualifying conditions for medical marijuana patients in New Mexico include:
• Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
• Cancer
• Crohn’s Disease
• Epilepsy/Seizure Disorders
• Glaucoma
• HCV infection and currently receiving antiviral treatment
• HIV/AIDS
• Huntington’s Disease
• Hospice Care
• Inclusion Body Myositis
• Inflammatory Autoimmune-mediated Arthritis
• Intractable Nausea/Vomiting
• Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
• Damage to nervous tissue of the spinal cord
• Painful Peripheral Neuropathy
• Parkinson’s Disease
• Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
• Severe Chronic Pain
• Severe Anorexia/Cachexia
• Spasmodic Torticollis (Cervical Dystonia)
• Ulcerative Colitis

Our medical card appointment costs $150. Our clinic will help

How long does it take to get your medical card in New Mexico?
Be patient. The application and approval process can take 30 to 60 days to complete. If approved, your card will be mailed to your address. At that point you may start purchasing products from any New Mexico licenced cannabis dispensary with your new card.

In the US, all healthcare-related and medical information is protected by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) which means that it will not show up on a background check.

In order to become a registered medical marijuana patient in the state of New Mexico, patients must follow several steps and submit an official patient application:
• Complete Patient Information Form (You)
• Complete Medical Certification Form (Us)
• Must be filled out by licensed medical provider/ Attach copy of clinic/medical provider notes (Us)
• Obtain clear copy of valid New Mexico state photo ID or Driver’s License (You)
• Anyone under 18 must provide a clean copy of the birth certificate and a completed Caregiver Application and all documents needed
• Anyone 18 years or older who needs a caregiver must attach a completed caregiver application and all documents needed.
• Once All Application Checklist Items are Completed Successfully:
• Once you have completed your patient application, you may either mail or drop off physical application to the New Mexico Department of Health’s Medical Cannabis Program.

Mailing Address:
Department of Health Medical Cannabis Program 1190 S St Francis Dr PO Box 26110 Sante Fe, NM 87502-6110

Our Medical Assistant will be able to assist with this process if you have questions.