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San Bernardino Medical Center is a San Bernardino Medical Marijuana Doctor’s Office
San Bernardino Medical Center offers one-on-one compassionate patient care for individuals seeking a medical marijuana recommendation to treat their qualifying conditions. Completely compliant with California’s Proposition 215, the doctors of San Bernardino Medical Center provide a safe and professional environment for patients to access the understanding healthcare they need.
The medical marijuana doctors behind San Bernardino Medical Center serve as leading specialists in their field, attending State University of New York College of Medicine in New York City and the David Geffen School of Medicine at USC and specializing as an orthopedic surgeon and general practice with a focus on PTSD and sleeping disorders, respectively. As recipients of a number of accolades in their fields, the doctors combine a total of nearly seventy years of medical experience. Long-time supporters of medical cannabis as a viable alternative treatment, San Bernardino Medical Center was founded as the response to a real need for a compassionate and knowledgeable medical marijuana doctor by San Bernardino patients. Opening their facility originally in 2010, San Bernardino Medical Center stands proud as a long-standing doctor’s office, thanks to their high consideration of their patient’s health, education and happiness.
As medical marijuana doctors and doctor’s office staff, the team at San Bernardino Medical Center puts themselves in a position to help their community as much as possible. They take the time to work closely with each patient, understanding the root of their unique condition and making sure to educate people on how cannabis may be used to help them heal. Their doctor’s office is professional and clean, and they are very involved with the California Medical Board to ensure they are always compliant and well-informed when serving their patients. In addition to treating their patients with medical marijuana, San Bernardino Medical Center collaborates with NORML, holding outreach events and working with local dispensaries, hospitals, cancer treatment centers and pain management clinics to help patients get the medical cannabis they need.
San Bernardino happily offers discounts on medical marijuana recommendations for seniors, new patients, referral patients and renewal recommendations. Patients are welcome to call or connect online with any follow-up questions or concerns any time, and the doctors encourage patients to check in every six months or so to see how medical cannabis treatment is working. Both schedule appointments and walk-ins are welcome.
The San Bernardino Medical Center offers medical marijuana recommendations just south of downtown San Bernardino, next to the famous Windjammer shop. They proudly serve medical cannabis patients throughout the San Bernardino, East Valley, Rana, Valley College, Lytle Creek, San Gorgonio, Arrowhead, Muscoy, Fontana, Bloomington, Colton, Highland, Redlands, Plymouth Village, Loma Linda, Highgrove, Belltown, Crestmore Heights, Arrowhead Springs, Mentone, Yucaipa, Calimesa, Moreno Valley, Rialto, Kaiser, Jurupa Valley, Riverside, Mira Loma, La Sierra, Rancho Cucamonga and the larger Inland Empire.
San Bernardino lies in the northern part of the Riverside-San Bernardino metropolitan region, serving as the county seat of San Bernardino County. Tucked in the foothills of the San Bernardino National Forest, the city hosts the San Bernardino International Airport that flies visitors in and out of the region. The San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino offer hundreds of games and restaurant opportunities, while both the California State University in San Bernardino and the University of Redlands offer many subjects for university students to explore. The San Manuel Amphitheater fits thousands of patrons for outdoor musical events and acts, while the National Orange Show Event Center hosts different traveling events and markets. From the Splash Kingdom Waterpark to the Arrowhead Hot Springs, San Bernardino Medical Center proudly offers medical cannabis recommendations for their patients in need.
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Honestly walked in with little knowledge, and everyone was very friendly and helped me in getting my Rec. Took literally 10 minutes
I liked how easy it was to speak with the doctor. He was very friendly and knowledgeable.
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Great to get a break on rec
ignorantly says mmj doesnt help SCHIZOPHRENIA when he has it listed as a treatable illness!! hahaha! ol well hes tryin! dr harry liftschultz needs more information about SCHIZOPHRENIA and cannabis and how they go togather in a good beneficial way. SCHIZOPHRENICS were the first people used in real marijuana research in the world. dont take my word for it ask oxford university they'll tell you mr liftshultz. have a day...! and people... YES ON AUMA
Went there for a third year in a row and everything went nice and smooth. The girl behind the desk was very nice and organized. She made the process go through very smoothly. My condolences go out to the late Dr Karoll. He was an amazing doctor and will truly be missed. Dr Morris is fantastic and was a pleasure to meet. I will be looking forward to seeing him again next year!
Doctor Morris took the time to be very informative. Made the price of $59 very much worth it although it was kinda pricy. He took the time to give his medical opinion on a few issues I was having. I left with a couple questions answered that even my general Doctor could not pin point. I highly recommend this location.
Been coming here since 2011, never have any problems. One question, I want to apply for state mmj card at dept of health, this rec should help. Right? either way I'll find out and post another review when/if I qualify and attain it. Certain things are more legal compared to just rec alone...
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS: The Compassionate Use Act of 1996 ensures that seriously ill Californians have the right to obtain and use cannabis for medical purposes where medical use is deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician who has determined that the person’s health would benefit from the use of medical cannabis. Recommendations must come from an attending physician as defined in Section 11362.7 of the Health and Safety Code. Cannabis is a Schedule I drug according to the federal Controlled Substances Act. Activity related to cannabis use is subject to federal prosecution, regardless of the protections provided by state law.