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Medical marijuana in Oklahoma is administered by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority. The OMMA was established to oversee the medical marijuana program for the State of Oklahoma. It is responsible for licensing, regulating, and administering the program as authorized by state law. Operating under the Oklahoma State Department of Health, the primary goal is to ensure safe and responsible practices for the people of Oklahoma.
In order to be a recommending physician, you must be board certified and be registered with OMMA. Follow this link if you would like to register with OMMA and recommend medical marijuana to your patients.
Any patients seeking information or applications for medical marijuana can find all the information they need on the landing page of OMMA's website.
Not all benefits and/or risks of medical marijuana are known at this time. Luckily, other state's have gone through this already, and there is some good information about how and when medical marijuana can be used. Check out Colorado's medical marijuana information for physicians to see what they have already established.
The OOA has a CME regarding the new Oklahoma opioid law, which took effect November 1st, as well as frequently asked questions on medical marijuana. This CME is worth three hours of AOA Category 1-A credits. Visit DOCME to see this CME and more.