Family Quick Care Clinic is a Sparks Medical Marijuana Clinic
Family Quick Care Clinic - Sparks is a safe place for alternative medicine; their medical marijuana doctor is dedicated to connecting patients with holistic treatment and pain management options. The cannabis doctor of Family Quick Care Clinic is proud to offer Sparks medical marijuana patients an inexpensive and pristine family practice as well as medical cannabis clinic. Family Quick Care Clinic - Sparks does not consider themselves as a medical marijuana clinic, rather a practice that focuses on comprehensive wellness. Their marijuana doctor sees cannabis as one of the many ways to treat his patients through natural medicine. Family Quick Care Clinic’s medical marijuana doctor feels that it is good to give patients the option of what type of medicine they put into their bodies.
Their Nevada Board Certified Family Practice medical cannabis doctor advocates for his patient's rights to use medical cannabis. The marijuana doctor will not judge or stigmatize a patient for their choice to use cannabis, rather best educates each of his patients on best practice and safe use. Family Quick Care Clinic adheres to all state regulations and is fully compliant with the law, ensuring their Sparks patients reliable and professional medical cannabis examinations.
Understanding that medical cannabis is less harmful than opioids and pain medication is what inspired the doctor to become part of Family Quick Care Clinic - Sparks. Their medical marijuana doctor achieved their Residency at the University of Reno in the field of Family Practice. Their medical marijuana doctor has been practicing medicine for the past 12 years and is excited to include cannabis as part of his repertoire. Family Quick Care Clinic - Sparks believes that the denial of medical marijuana is purely political, and they aim through their professional practice and due diligence to reshape the way society views medical marijuana.
For the state of Nevada, the Medical Marijuana Establishment (MME) Program is established under the authority of Nevada Revised Statute (NRS). Patients interested in becoming a medical marijuana patient will need to apply to the Nevada Medical Marijuana Cardholder Registry. There is not a fee for registry. However, there is a $25 application request fee. Next, the potential patient will need to submit an application request form to submit to Nevada’s Division of Public and Behavioral Health. The application must be submitted along with the application fee and a copy of both sides of the patient’s State ID or driver’s license. Always consult with a licensed and board certified medical marijuana doctor or dpbh.nv.gov to establish the application procedure as well as to answer any questions regarding cannabis and legal use.
Family Quick Care Clinic is proud to offer medical marijuana evaluations in Sparks, Nevada. Patients from Sun Valley, Lockwood, McMarran, Patrick, Spanish Springs, Fairway Village, Spring Creek, and Gerlach are located close to this medical marijuana clinic. Patients in Washoe City, Lemmon Valley, and the greater Washoe County are welcomed to Family Quick Care Clinic as well, and have the opportunity to.
Located in Washoe County, Sparks, Nevada is a mountainous town residing next to the biggest little town in the world, Reno. Sparks Marina Park is a lakeside retreat that offers visitors fishing, diving and boating. Sparks Marina Park is dog-friendly and has a picnic area, volleyball court, and beautifully scenic walking path. Sparks is also home to truck stop casino, Alamo Casino, a restaurant, and gaming center with slot machines, table games, and sports betting.