1. Must be a New Jersey resident
2. Must have a qualifying disease or condition
The following conditions apply, if the patient is resistant to, or intolerant to, conventional therapy:
The following conditions apply, if severe or chronic pain, severe nausea or vomiting, cachexia or wasting syndrome results from the condition or its treatment:
3. Must have a bona fide relationship with you
Source: NJ Dept. Health and Senior Services
Your patients may designate a primary caregiver to assist them. See Primary Caregiver Registration & Information.
When your patients register, they must select Compassionate Sciences™ or another State-recognized alternative treatment center as their designated dispensary of medicinal Cannabis. Registered patients can easily change their ATC, but may only be registered with one at a time.
Physicians who wish to recommend patients for the NJMMP MUST register online at http://njmmp.nj.gov. Once you are registered, you may initiate the registry process for your qualified patients.
Your Registration Checklist:
Your Patient Checklist:
Medical Science and history show that Cannabis is an effective palliative medical treatment. Natural and gentle, Cannabis is used to treat symptoms of many diseases and conditions as well as some of the side effects of pharmaceutical drugs.
What You Should Know provides a summary of program requirements of the New Jersey Medicinal Marijuana Program (NJMMP). Please contact the Department of Health and Human Services for complete, official program information and to determine your eligibility to participate in the NJMMP.