MMJ Physician Practice is a Salem Medical Cannabis Practice
The physicians that run MMJ Physician Practice - Salem are committed to delivering the certification needs to Massachusetts medical marijuana patients. Their mission is to provide a medical cannabis practice that provides the same medical care and professionalism expected from traditional medical facilities. MMJ Physician Practice is also dedicated to operating their practice in full compliance with the Act for the Humanitarian Use of Medical Marijuana and all other State of Massachusetts laws.
The doctors of MMJ Physician Practice wholeheartedly believe that medical cannabis is an effective alternative therapy for a plethora of debilitating medical ailments. As a result they have come together to open MMJ Physician Practice and provide Salem patients with medical evaluations and certifications. Patients who’ve visited their office for a medical evaluation are always welcomed to contact MMJ Physician Practice - Salem for any follow up questions or to check the progress of their state certification. The doctors of MMJ Physician Practice are willing and eager to help. After eligibility is confirmed with the medical evaluation, an MMJ physician will certify the patient on the Massachusetts MMJ Online System. Patients that need help with online registration can get MMJ Physician Practice’s Registration Assistance Service. Patients who utilize this program will need to provide a photo I.D. and proof of residency.
MMJ Physician Practice proudly provides their medical cannabis services to patients in Salem. Salem neighborhoods; Bridge St Neck, Downtown Salem, East Common, Federal Street, Fort - Columbus, Gallows Hill, Loring Ave, Madeline, McIntire Historic District, North Salem, Osgood Park, South Collins, St. Anne’s, The Point, Whalers Lane, Wharf and Witch Hill are located near the vicinity of MMJ Physician Practice.
Salem, Massachusetts rests on the North Coast of the state above the city Boston. Best known for the famous Salem Witch Trials, the Witch House is a popular attraction. Other area’s of interest are the Peabody Essex Museum, House of Seven Gables and the Salem Maritime National Historic Site.
I went on a Saturday and managed to get a parking space right outside. The elevator wasn't working which made the 4 flights of stair hard (I have MS) but I managed it. I lucked out and was the first in. There were
about 20 people so wait times were long. I was in and out in an hour and that was with being the first customer.
The receptionist has the patience of a saint and the doc was very helpful and knowledgable.
Got my approval from the state two days later.
This app has the hours all wrong! This place isn't open very much. But the staff knows their stuff. The wait is crazy though. Be prepared to sit and feed the meter for a couple hours.