You are now able to book your Las Vegas patient appointments with the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health online. Click below to log in and book.
Participating dispensaries include: The Apothecarium, The Apothecary Shoppe, Blum Las Vegas, Clear River, Deep Roots Harvest, Essence, Euphoria Wellness, The Grove, Inyo Fine Cannabis, Las Vegas Releaf, Medizin, Nevada Pure, Nevada Wellness Center, Oasis Medical Cannabis, Reef Dispensaries, Sahara Wellness, Show Grow Las Vegas, Silver Sage Wellness, The Source, Thrive Cannabis Marketplace. Patients must book an appointment through a dispensary to be seen at the medical marijuana patient card application office.
A new state health office will cut wait times for southern Nevada medical marijuana applicants who had to mail applications to Carson City and were waiting several weeks to fill prescriptions. The recent opening of the new Division of Public and Behavioral Health office in Las Vegas means patients with doctor recommendations can apply and expect to fill prescriptions the same day.
“Our goal is to establish a healthy and safe medical marijuana industry, to develop best practices for our members and to work collaboratively with our elected leaders and officials,” said Andrew Jolley, the dispensary association’s president and owner of the Source Medical Marijuana dispensary, 2550 S. Rainbow Blvd. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
“In some respects, Nevada has already found a more successful way to implement its marijuana industry. However, we would be remiss if we did not take the time to look at Colorado’s successes and failures so that we can adopt what they did right and avoid their missteps,” said attorney Riana Durrett, who is Executive Director of the Nevada Dispensary Association, and made the trip to Denver. [READ MORE]