Dr. Clift is a board-certified family physician and a lifelong Alaskan. She runs a solo practice just outside Palmer. She sees patients by appointment only from 9am-5pm during week days, but is flexible as needed. Please bring cash and a current state-issued identification for any medical cannabis evaluations. Dr. Clift also does primary care; seeing women (including prenatal care and delivery), children, and the elderly. She accepts all insurance types for these services. She has privileges at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center.
Brück Clift MD LLC now offers Medical Marijuana Recommendations in Palmer
Residents of Palmer may now locally access a truly compassionate and caring medical marijuana recommendation service through Brück Clift MD LLC. Located conveniently off North Hemmer Road, Brück Clift MD specializes in patient-first care and full spectrum family medicine. Their offices are comfortable, their smiles are warm, and their patient care is compassionate.
Dr. Brück Clift heads this fantastic clinic herself. With an emphasis on general medicine, she has practiced for nearly a decade. And due to Palmer’s remote location, Dr. Brück Clift and her staff have years of experience with a wide variety of procedures and care from womb to tomb.
Brück Clift MD LLC has also set itself on the path of assisting patients throughout the recommendation process — should patients need help requesting relevant medical documentation that describes their chronic conditions, Brück Clift will make those document requests on their patients’ behalf. The Brück Clift clinic is also discreet. They see patients judgement-free and are more than willing to lend an ear or a hand to improve their patients’ quality of life. Palmer residents in search of an understanding and discreet marijuana doctor unafraid of assisting them with medical cannabis recommendations, Brück Clift MD LLC is the clinic for you. Those curious about their cannabis certification eligibility or how it may help them achieve a healthier way of life are encouraged to contact Brück Clift.
Medical marijuana legislation in Alaska states that prospective patients must suffer from a chronic or debilitating ailment in order to qualify for medical cannabis use. Outside of the condition requirement, Alaska law has limited the total number of medical marijuana dispensaries around the state; residents of Palmer may need to drive to Anchorage to purchase their treatments. However, these laws are subject to change and expansion, so keep your eyes peeled for a dispensary near you!
The procedure for obtaining a medical marijuana recommendation in Palmer through Brück Clift MD LLC is simple. First, patients are encouraged to gather relevant medical documentation that details their qualifying condition. Brück Clift can also make these document requests on behalf of their patients. Then, patients must schedule an appointment to meet with Dr. Brück Clift. Once she has consulted with her patients and verified their eligibility, she may then assess them with medical marijuana recommendations.
Brück Clift MD LLC proudly serves the entirety of Palmer as well as its surrounding cities including Wasilla, Fishhook, and even Sutton-Alpine. Any Alaska resident living along AK-1 or AK-3 can make their way to Brück Clift just off of North Hemmer Road before it connects with the Palmer Municipal Airport. Even residents of Anchorage searching for a personable yet unobtrusive cannabis doctor in Alaska should head north along Glenn Highway to locate Brück Clift; the 45-minute drive up across the Knick and Matanuska Rivers is worth it.
Palmer houses one of Alaska’s hidden treasures: the Reindeer Farm. Located just off of South Bodenburg Loop, locals and visitors have nothing but praise for the farm. Packed to the brim with hands-on activities and plenty of approachable reindeer, the Reindeer Farm is perfect for kids and families. A similar venue, the Musk Ox Farm, receives just as much praise. Visitors may find it off of East Archie Road where they can tour the area to learn about its history or get up close and personal with a musk ox — petting them, however, is inadvisable!