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#1 dabronx

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Posted 28 January 2006 - 11:28 PM

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From the http://www.canorml.org site here is a current list of doctors who are not afraid to write recommendations for eligible medical marijuana patients.  Please print this out and pass it on.   Information is power.

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On Seeking Physician Approvals


** Prop. 215 patients should begin by consulting with their own physicians about medical use of cannabis. If you don't have a medical record of treatment for serious illness, you may not be eliigible for marijuana under Prop. 215.



** Many physicians wrongly fear that they can be prosecuted under federal law for recommending marijuana medically.* The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a permanent injunction by the U.S. District Court in Northern California forbidding the government from punishing California doctors for recommending marijuana under Prop. 215. The US Supreme Court has upheld the Ninth Circuit's ruling (Conant v. Walters: Oct. 15, 2003). Physicians are accordingly free to recommend marijuana for their patients, so long as they don't actually assist them in obtaining it (see California NORML's Medical Marijuana Guidlines for Physicians).  Over 1500 California physicians have recommended medical marijuana under Prop. 215. None have been federally prosecuted for doing so.



Medicinal Cannabis Specialists



** The following licensed California physicians are available for consultation as medical cannabis specialists. Patients should have a documented medical record of diagnosis and treatment or a physician referral.



CAUTION: Some commercial clinics have been issuing recommendations through physician's assistants rather than directly through M.D.s. The legality of this procedure has been challenged by law enforcement. If your recommendation has not been issued by a licensed M.D. in person, it may not hold up in court.


Patients are advised to check and make sure they are seeing a real M.D., not just an assistant.



Patients should be aware that the state medical board has investigated a number of Prop. 215 physicians on account of complaints by law enforcement that they are overly lax in issuing recommendations. Patients should not assume that a single casual recommendation will automatically guarantee them immunity from potential criminal charges. It is important that you establish a record of regular professional care for your illness.



Northern California  



*** Dr. Roger Stephen Ellis, San Francisco Cal.:** Phone (415) 681-0823 www.PotDoc.com



*** Dr. Frank Lucido, Berkeley Cal.:** Phone (510) 848-0958 www.drlucido.com, www.medboardwatch.com



*** Dr. Gene Schoenfeld, Sausalito, CA: Phone (415) 331-6832



* **Dr. Tod Mikuriya, El Cerrito/Berkeley (psychiatrist): Phone (510) 525-1278 www.mikuriya.com.



* **Dr. Hanya Barth (415) 255-1200 (San Francisco & Santa Rosa) www.howardstreethealthoptions.com



* **Dr. Hany Assad - (510) 839-0723 (Oakland, 1504 Franklin St #101, lower level - walk-ins accepted) 7 days a week www.norcalhealthcare.org.



* **Dr. Tom O'Connell (510) 965-1735 (Oakland) www.doctortom.org



*** Dr. William R. Turnipseed, Citrus Heights - Sacto:** Phone (916) 722-3433



*** Dr. Marion "Mollie" P. Fry, California Medical Research Center (office in Cool, El Dorado Co, CA).  www.cannabisdoctor.com  Phone 1-866-4-DocFry



*** Dr. William Toy, Grass Valley (Nevada Co.): Phone (530) 273-5690



*** Dr. Stephen Banister, 1117 E Main St #C, Grass Valley (530) 274-2274



*** Dr. Jeff Hergenrather, Sebastopol (Sonoma Co.): Phone (707) 484-7720



*** Norcal Healthcare, 527 S. State St. Ukiah (707) 468-7400



*** Dr. Raymond Rowell, Livermore (925) 443-3097



*** Dr. Philip Denney and Robert Sullivan, 1522 Charles Dr, Redding (530) 242-6784, and 4709 Engle Rd#5, Carmichael (Sac'to County) (916) 978-9777



*** Medicann (Dr. Jean Talleyrand) (Modesto, Oakland, SF, Santa Cruz, Sacto, San Rafael, Santa Rosa, Ukiah ) 866-632-6627 www.medicann.com
Southern California



***Dr. Philip Denney and Robert Sullivan, 22691 Lambert St, Lake Forest, Orange County; (949) 855-8845



**Dr. Claudia Jensen, 8 N. Fir St Ventura; and 34281 Doheny Park Rd 7538 Capistrano Beach (805) 648-LOVE (5683).



***Dr. James Eisenberg, Santa Monica 877-468-5874



***Dr. Christine Paoletti, 1304-15th St #405, Santa Monica 310-319-6116 www.coolbreezeclinic.com


** Dr. Vivi Stafford Mathur, 6051 San Vicente, Los Angeles (323) 954-9162



***Dr. William Eidelman, 1654 N. Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles (323) 463-3295 www.dreidelman.com



***Dr. Dean Weiss, 46 Park Ave., Venice (310) 437-3407



***Dr. Robert Sterner, San Diego: Phone (619) 543-1061



***Dr Alfonso Jimenez, 420 K St #13, San Diego (619) 913-2860 www.medicalmarijuanaofsandiego.com ; 303 Broadway #204 Laguna Beach Orange County (714) 915.8734 www.medicalmarijuanaoforangecounty.com



***Dr Kenneth Johnson, MediMAR Clinic, 2667 Camino Del Rio, South #315, San Diego (619) 297-3800 www.medimarclinic.com



***Dr. Joseph Durante, 72205 Painters Path, Palm Desert (760) 341-7777



***C & C for Wellness Los Angeles, Torrance, Van Nuys, Hollywood, Hacienda Heights (310) 872-6732 www.cc4wellness.com



***Norcal Health Care, 2808 F St. #D, Bakersfield (661) 322-4258



***Medicann (Dr. Jean Talleyrand) (Sherman Oaks , San Diego, W. Hollywood) 866-632-6627 www.medicann.com



*** Alternative Care Consultants San Diego, Los Angeles and Long Beach (866)-420-7215 www.accsocal.com
Cal. Physician Referral Services



*** California Alliance for Medical MJ Patients (Ventura - LA area) (805) 890-1365



*** Pacific Support Services - Greater LA 877-468-5874



*** Natural Remedies Health Center Clinic- 2141 Broadway, Oakland (510) 444-5771.



***West Hollywood Medical Marijuana Evaluations 866-468-5876



*** Oakland Doctors' Medical Clinic - (call for appointment): (510) 839-0723



***West Coast Medical, 830 Stewart Dr. #B304 Sunnyvale 408-481-0331



*** Fort Bragg - Mendo. Healing Alternatives - appointments: (707) 964-2756



Colorado



Patients' info: www.sensiblecolorado.org (720) 890-4247



Hawaii



Dr. Robert Ley, Maui (808) 874-5141 www.mjmaui.com



Patients Without Time, Maui - www.patientswithouttime.com  



Nevada



Medical Marijuana Consultants of Nevada (702) 889-6626 www.medicalmarijuanareferrals.com
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#2 dabronx

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Posted 08 March 2006 - 08:49 PM

^^^^^Just a bump up for those who might be seeking this info^^^^^
"So the latest poll shows that 50% of the public likes me while the other 50% hate me and can't stand what I say.  The only conclusion that this reporter can draw from that is that 100% of the people are listening to me."
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#3 johnny hash

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Posted 01 April 2006 - 07:11 PM

Are these doctor's willing to go to court for you? That makes a BIG difference!

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Posted 12 April 2006 - 02:58 PM

Dr. Sullivan in Lake Forest will go to bat for you in court as long as you were within the law when busted. That is the important thing, as the law states you must transport your medicine in the trunk of your car, well if you were pulled over and yoru medicine was up front with you then he wouldnt cause you were technically breaking the law.

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Posted 13 April 2006 - 03:38 PM

Chris35 said:

Dr. Sullivan in Lake Forest will go to bat for you in court as long as you were within the law when busted. That is the important thing, as the law states you must transport your medicine in the trunk of your car, well if you were pulled over and yoru medicine was up front with you then he wouldnt cause you were technically breaking the law.


Thanks for the info, Dr. Sullivan is my Dr. as well

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Posted 13 May 2006 - 07:45 PM

Hi,
I just got rejected from entering a co-opp in San Diego because my Medicann letter of recommendation was signed by a physician who had his license supposedly suspended.  The medicann doctor in San Diego was supposedly caught in a sting operation on TV.  I looked it up on Google and sure enough, here you go.  Why is it that I am always having problems with Medicann? This makes me mad, why would I go see another Medicann physician.  

Can anyone recommend a good doctor in San Diego?  

License of Osteopathic Pediatrician Suspended[/B]

State Board action stems from nationally-televised online teen sex-chat sting[/B]
SAN DIEGO The Osteopathic Medical Board of California today obtained an
Interim Suspension Order (ISO) against osteopathic pediatrician Jeffrey R.
Beck for alleged unprofessional conducted related to a news media "sting"
in which he thought he was engaging in sexually explicit online chats with
a teenaged boy, and even arranged to meet the individual he thought was a
teenager.

The ISO was approved by a judge in the Office of Administrative Hearings
and bars Beck, of Ramona, Calif., from practicing while the Board moves
forward with a formal accusation of misconduct that could result in
permanent revocation of Beck's license.

Beck was featured in an MSNBC Dateline segment last year in which he
agreed to meet a supposed 14-year-old boy, "Luke," with whom he had
corresponded in online chat rooms. "Luke" was actually a trained volunteer
working for child-protection organization "Perverted Justice." When Beck,
then of Maryland, showed up at what he thought was "Luke's" house in
suburban Washington, D.C., last August, he was instead confronted by
television cameras and a reporter.

The Board stated in its Accusation that the evidence establishes that the
doctor's "conduct is of such a nature that it has the capacity to cause
substantial harm and injury to his patients." The Accusation states Beck
"is all the more dangerous because he practices pediatric medicine" and
"is in contact with the very patient population he previously tried to
solicit for sex. Nothing could be more dangerous."

Beck, who moved from Maryland to California after the media exposure, was
first licensed by the California Osteopathic Medical Board in 1979, but
his license had been inactive for some time prior to December 28, 2005,
when his request to reactivate the license was approved. Maryland
authorities could not prosecute Beck criminally because that state's laws
require a police officer to take part in such online chat room sting
investigations. Calls from Maryland authorities alerted the California
Board to the alleged unprofessional conduct and the Board launched an
investigation on January 6.

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Posted 13 May 2006 - 10:54 PM

I think I saw that episode.

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 01:31 AM

Chris35 said:

, as the law states you must transport your medicine in the trunk of your car...
This seems logical but I didn't know it was law. Is this in SB420 or in the the CHP guidelines? I can't find the exact text that states this?

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 08:22 AM

johnny hash said:

Are these doctor's willing to go to court for you? That makes a BIG difference!

Some will some wont. You should ask them when you call to make an appt.

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Posted 24 June 2006 - 04:02 PM

I went to Medicann in Santa Cruz. Very professional. Doing a good job at screening. You should have a pre-existing condition and medical records.

BTW, they have a new url, www.medicannusa.com

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Posted 02 August 2006 - 09:41 PM

Chris35 said:

the law states you must transport your medicine in the trunk of your car

This is news to me -- thanks. It seems like the kind of thing that OCBC or the dispensaries should have mentioned... Is this a recent addition to the law?

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OaktownGirl said:

This is news to me -- thanks. It seems like the kind of thing that OCBC or the dispensaries should have mentioned... Is this a recent addition to the law?



It's not the law.

BUT it's a smart thing to do. In the trunk is safest as far as warrant-less searches go.

If it's in the passenger compartment and a LEO casually "sniffs" around..it may cause them to think you are smoking while driving.  

No one needs that kind of love.

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Posted 16 August 2006 - 12:38 AM

I wish some one would come up with some kind of doctor referal service that would enable patients to find physiscians that are not biased towards medical cannibas. They could still refer patiants to medical marijuana specialists for an evaluation, and in that way reduce their own liabilities. I desparetly need to find a general practioner, internal medicine specialist, and psychiatrist.

I've finally qualified for SSI disability after several years of struggaling with my medical problems. I will finally be able to switch from MSI, which is a joke as far as coverage goes; and get on Medi-cal. There is no way in hell I'm going to discuss the use of mmj with my current doctors in the conservative O.C.. They all recieve government funding and the shrinks are also responsible for alot of differant programs for the bull shit drug court jump through the hoops circus.

I just want to get better! I've been clean and sober for many years, and also unable to work mainly due to mental disorders. However, the funny thing is that when I use to smoke I was able to work full time. When I first started thearapy the therapist said that I had probally been self medicating. So I just accepted the misguided belief that I am some loser drug addict. The thearipist sent me to a shrink and put me on various different types of anti-depresents, mood stabalizers, and anti-psychotics. All of the crap that is suppose to be making me better is only making me worse. Put it this way- I never saw the devil when I was stoned on pot, but seroquel has one hell of a kick.

I'm not currently smoking weed, nor have I in several years. I want to try and go back to smoking weed again under a doctors supervision. Preferably a psychiatrist. I need more than just a specialist that I can get a letter from every six months. Unfortanatly, because of the war on marijuana I'm screwed. Even NORML either can't or won't provide any kind of referals for activly treating physiscians that don't just specialize in mmj evaluations. This only hurts the movement even more.

Some kind of network or service for referals desparetly needs to be setup, and it would be even better and more legite if it was also associated with the AMA or the California Nursing Association. Let's face it people the oppenants of mmj are working as hard as they can to force us to the fringes of society so that they can discredit medicanil users. One way of doing this is to make a public spectacle of mmj specialists and portray them as evil, spineless, money grubbing menaces to society.

I propose that someone with the right connections and resources construct a referal network simalar to 1-800-dentist. A resource that open minded individuals could turn to too find general practioners or specilasts that are not biased towards mmj. These doctors would provide an atmosphere that is conducive towards healing by being able to promote a honest relationship between doctor and patient. Also, to avoid any controversy, they would not write a perscription or recomandation for mmj. They would just refer the patient to a mmj specialist. It would be no differant than sending a patient to a pain specialist.

The more normal that mmj is portrayed to be in soceity, the quicker it will be accepted. Evantually the dipenserias will have to give way to mmj being sold in the phrmacies. Even if it means a lower grade of weed initially being sold like in Canada. I understand that I might have a lot to say and have yet to take any action. Unfortanatly, at this point in my life I lack the ability to affect change. However, a crazy man that has nothing to do all day can still make a post that might promote someone to action.

If anyone knows where I could find a referal for doctor other than a mmj specialist please let me know.

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Posted 22 September 2007 - 02:37 PM

Claudia Jensen, one of our best voices and best hopes for medical marijuana died last Saturday of breast cancer.

Death, be not proud.

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Posted 22 September 2007 - 02:53 PM

Claudia is my angel. May you RIP.

I saw her for a while till I my Neurologist decided to write me recs.

I'm very sad to hear of this. Driving up to Ventura to see her was alway filled with joy. We used to talk about the latest research into cannabis medicine.

I'm shaking as I type this. She was an awesome force in educating other Doctors about medical use....

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Posted 19 October 2007 - 08:20 AM

I can truely appreciate the frustration of not knowing where to go for a recommendation; and I think rooted in this frustration is the hysteria of publishing lists of "pot docs" willing to write. Prop 215 has been law for over 10 years, AND as patients, each of us is entitled to patient's rights.

Title XXII of the California Code of Regulations states "A patient suffering from severe chronic intractable pain has the option to request or reject the use of any or all modalities to relieve his or her severe chronic intractable pain"

Patient visits to the doctor usually begin with your vital signs being taken and the nurse asking you what medications you are taking. I would encourage all of you to include medical cannabis in that listing and insisting that the nurse record it on your chart. A large part of the medical community is not writing recommendations because THEY DON'T KNOW HOW. There is an enormous amount of education to be provided and we must all do our part. Befriend your physician, don't front him off.

Kaiser-San Jose recently held a three day medical education seminar for their physicians on how to recommend cannabis to their patients. This came about partly because patients were stating that cannabis was what worked for them and had it documented in their charts.  We've all heard the joke about the reason doctor's have private offices is to run and hide so they can look things up and sound like they know it all. Unfortunately, the answers to their medical cannabis questions aren't in all the books and the doctors aren't ever going to admit they don't know. Medicine is changing, and most medical schools today are including cannabis in their curriculums.

This is our opportunity as patients to contribute to the education and change process. Each of us can help to bring about the reform that will make life a bit more tolerable for those who will follow us.

Again, I encourage each of you TALK TO YOUR DOCTOR. You may not see results today, but their is always tomorrow.

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Posted 19 October 2007 - 03:11 PM

johnny hash said:

Are these doctor's willing to go to court for you? That makes a BIG difference!



Your doctor should not have to go to court for you. Your rec is your proof. If you are within the legal limits you are fine. Doctors do not go for free and would charge you an arm and a leg to go to court for you. So if your doctor is willing to go its not because he cares it is because you will be paying up the wazoo.

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Posted 19 October 2007 - 03:30 PM

My physician has made two court appearances in my behalf and charged me nothing. He is on that list. It maybe necessary for your DR. to appear in court to verify his recommendation should you be arrested. Prop 215 provides an affirmative defense not a "right".

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Posted 20 October 2007 - 05:16 PM

happygirl said:

Hi,
I just got rejected from entering a co-opp in San Diego because my Medicann letter of recommendation was signed by a physician who had his license supposedly suspended.  The medicann doctor in San Diego was supposedly caught in a sting operation on TV.  I looked it up on Google and sure enough, here you go.  Why is it that I am always having problems with Medicann? This makes me mad, why would I go see another Medicann physician.  

Can anyone recommend a good doctor in San Diego?  

License of Osteopathic Pediatrician Suspended[/B]

State Board action stems from nationally-televised online teen sex-chat sting[/B]
SAN DIEGO The Osteopathic Medical Board of California today obtained an
Interim Suspension Order (ISO) against osteopathic pediatrician Jeffrey R.
Beck for alleged unprofessional conducted related to a news media "sting"
in which he thought he was engaging in sexually explicit online chats with
a teenaged boy, and even arranged to meet the individual he thought was a
teenager.

The ISO was approved by a judge in the Office of Administrative Hearings
and bars Beck, of Ramona, Calif., from practicing while the Board moves
forward with a formal accusation of misconduct that could result in
permanent revocation of Beck's license.

Beck was featured in an MSNBC Dateline segment last year in which he
agreed to meet a supposed 14-year-old boy, "Luke," with whom he had
corresponded in online chat rooms. "Luke" was actually a trained volunteer
working for child-protection organization "Perverted Justice." When Beck,
then of Maryland, showed up at what he thought was "Luke's" house in
suburban Washington, D.C., last August, he was instead confronted by
television cameras and a reporter.

The Board stated in its Accusation that the evidence establishes that the
doctor's "conduct is of such a nature that it has the capacity to cause
substantial harm and injury to his patients." The Accusation states Beck
"is all the more dangerous because he practices pediatric medicine" and
"is in contact with the very patient population he previously tried to
solicit for sex. Nothing could be more dangerous."

Beck, who moved from Maryland to California after the media exposure, was
first licensed by the California Osteopathic Medical Board in 1979, but
his license had been inactive for some time prior to December 28, 2005,
when his request to reactivate the license was approved. Maryland
authorities could not prosecute Beck criminally because that state's laws
require a police officer to take part in such online chat room sting
investigations. Calls from Maryland authorities alerted the California
Board to the alleged unprofessional conduct and the Board launched an
investigation on January 6.

My friend went to this doctor as well. It was fortunate for him MediCann gave him a new rec for free and a discount for next year. They fired Dr.Beck and now have a new doctor. I hope that guy rots in jail!!!

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Posted 20 October 2007 - 05:20 PM

Wait happagirl I just remembered this was like two years ago. My friend renewed already and is almost set to expire again. How could you jsut get rejected when your rec can be no longer than a year? Are you just trying to stir up problems? Please tell the truth next time so you dont misinform patients. SO NOT COOL!!!!!!!!!

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Posted 20 October 2007 - 05:40 PM

^^^^^^ hmmmmmmmmmmmm interesting question...................


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Posted 20 October 2007 - 06:00 PM

Dr. Henry Johnson is another Doctor. He is a general practition doctor that is very knowledgable about many different conditions. He knows alot of things that most doctors don't. If you ask him a question about something, he can give you a very educated evaluation. This can really help you when you dont know much about the condition. Other doctors were not as knowledgable as he was.

He is located out of Long Beach (562)436-9080

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B.E.A.C.H. Center said:

Dr. Henry Johnson is another Doctor. He is a general practition doctor that is very knowledgable about many different conditions. He knows alot of things that most doctors don't. If you ask him a question about something, he can give you a very educated evaluation. This can really help you when you dont know much about the condition. Other doctors were not as knowledgable as he was.

He is located out of Long Beach (562)436-9080

Just don't look him up on the Cali. Medical Board site. His record is a mess!

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Posted 21 October 2007 - 05:54 PM

Dr. Wesley Duane Albert
                      1605 W. Olympic Blvd #9040
                      Los Angeles,CA 90015
                      (213)477-4186

                       $50 for HIV and cancer patients
                        And he ROCKS with compassion!


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Posted 18 February 2008 - 10:28 PM

Leegeec said:

Dr. Wesley Duane Albert
                      1605 W. Olympic Blvd #9040
                      Los Angeles,CA 90015
                      (213)477-4186

                       $50 for HIV and cancer patients
                        And he ROCKS with compassion!

Whats the average rate?

I called and dude told me 35? I was like wtf are you serious? And he said yea :shocked:

NVM it's 125 :ohwell:




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