Medical Marijuana

Marijuana

Needing service providers get licenses and get unannounced yearly assessments.

Marijuana

Needing service providers get licenses and get unannounced yearly assessments.

Marijuana

Needing service providers get licenses and get unannounced yearly assessments.

Marijuana

Needing service providers get licenses and get unannounced yearly assessments.

 

Pot doc suspended, medical marijuana clinic under examination in trooper's death

 

FOX25 Investigates has found out Massachusetts is examining a group of medical marijuana centers tied to a pot patient who prosecutors said raked into and killed a state cannon fodder on the Massachusetts Turnpike in March.Among the doctors connected to those clinics has currently had his medical license suspended, FOX25 uncovered.State authorities suspended the medical license for Dr. John C. Nadolny for incorrectly recommending patients for medical cannabis.

 

The state’s doctor licensing board found that Nadolny had approved 5,792 medical cannabis clients as of recently.Nadolny is related to Canna Care Docs, a group of clinics throughout the state which accredits patients looking for a medical marijuana card.Canna Care validates the company is presently under examination for approving medical cannabis use for David Njuguna, who district attorneys said had marijuana in his system when he meeting and eliminated State Trooper Thomas Clardy as he sat dropped in his cruiser on the side of the Mass pike.

 

Canna Care is complying fully with the investigation into Mr. Njuguna Canna Care stands behind its medical staff and guarantees all state federal government regulations are complied with, said Michael Maloney, attorney for Canna Care Docs.Numerous nurse specialists who worked at Canna Care informed FOX25 Investigates that they were provided the authority to examine, diagnose and license patients for medical marijuana cards utilizing paperwork that had Nadolny’s name and medical license number.Massachusetts law needs medical professionals not nurses to have a bonafide relationship with a patient prior to advising them for medical marijuana.

 

Gov. Charlie Baker spoke to FOX25 about exactly what we discovered and stated the Department of Public Health, which manages medical cannabis in the state, has actually remained in consistent contact with the Board of Registration in Medicine, which thought Nadolny’s medical license last night.I was to know when DPH knew the medical professional s functions, said Baker. I do know that DPH and the Board of Registration in Medicine trade a lot of data and information so that they can support the work that the Board of Registration in Medicine does.Baker stated he is still awaiting the outcomes of the states examination into Trooper Clardy’s death.