(CLEVELAND, Ohio) — NEWS: Ohio Marijuana Card, Ohio’s largest provider of medical marijuana evaluations, will be giving away 15 free medical marijuana evaluations each month in an effort to help patients in financial need offset some of the cost of medical marijuana at dispensaries.
Medical marijuana costs throughout Ohio are currently significantly higher than in neighboring states as the program rollout delay has limited product availability. Ohio Marijuana Card already allows patients to pay for their appointment with installment payments, in addition to extending a $100 discount to veterans.
“We are growing concerned that the current elevated price of medical marijuana at Ohio dispensaries is making the program financially unfeasible,” said company president Connor Shore. “Many Ohioans currently suffering from serious medical conditions simply cannot afford the cost. While we have no control over the pricing at dispensaries, we are still trying to help in a small way.”
Shore explained, “Patients can submit a request for an appointment fee waiver on our site. We only ask that qualifying patients explain their situation, be honest and understand that we cannot help everyone.”
Ohio Marijuana Card operates 9 locations throughout Ohio and according to the latest Board of Pharmacy numbers, has seen more than 50 percent of patients currently with a recommendation.
More information: https://www.ohiomarijuanacard.com/free-evaluations
About Ohio Marijuana Card:
Ohio Marijuana Card is the largest provider of medical marijuana patient evaluations in the state of Ohio. With nine locations and 15 Doctors, Ohio Marijuana Card has helped over 12,000 patients obtain their card in the last 12 months alone. Learn more at: https://www.ohiomarijuanacard.com/.
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