2018 "Medical Cannabis Card" Clinic Hours:
Waimanalo Oahu Office: (located in the Village of Pu'uhonua O Waimanalo- https://www.medicalmarijuanaofhawaii.org/Waimanalo)
Fee schedule: https://www.medicalmarijuanaofhawaii.org/fees
Effective February 2018, all patients must notify Dr Barton that they wish to attend a card session to either renew their license certification, or to get a new one. There are too many inappropriate people showing up for clinic which makes things difficult for all clients. Please do this by either text or email. If you do not have it, my contact information can be found in the auto-responder letter you will receive after submitting your contact information on this website's first page. I can't inform anyone of last minute closures, if I do not know that you are planning to come to the office.
Hawaii State "329" Cannabis Card hours:
- All clinics are First Come First Serve. We do not set any appointments. We DO NOT see patients for cards at any other times outside of what is below:
Wednesdays from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. (gate will close at 4:00 PM unless you make other arrangements with us)
Saturdays small session is from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (Gate closes at 10 AM)
- We will stay until everyone is served.
- If unable to come during those hours, email me about doing a Home video House Call appt using telehealth.
- If renewing, and traveling to Waimanalo is a problem, you might want to consider a home video house call. Email or text me me for more information.
- ALL patients with significant disabilities and symptoms such as pain making travel or sitting hard, email me about a Home Video House Call.
When coming to the office for your MedCan 329 Card, you will need to bring:
- Your medical records if you are a new patient to us. I prefer medical records be sent to us in PDF form, prior to the office visit, during the pre-screen. In order to prescreen, one must get in contact with me by text or email. The information to do so is in the auto responder email you receive when you sign up on the main website page.
- There are two fees or costs involved in getting a State of Hawaii Cannabis License: the first is the state fee paid online. The second is the office fee paid at the time of your office visit.
- The online process must be completed before coming to the office. Bring the receipts and documents that are generated by the DOH online process to your doctor's office visit. Your state fees should already be paid. Our office fee is $150 for those who have used the new state online system to renew. New patients should pre-screen with the doctor prior to using the state online system to at least get a "feeling" that you might qualify.
- The office fee is $175 for new patients for all those who do use the new system. I am sorry but we do not accept any credit cards for the office fee.
- If you are expecting the office to do your application work for you, incomplete DOH online registrations have a different fee schedule as posted here: https://www.medicalmarijuanaofhawaii.org/fees
- The DOH registration is a legally binding agreement you make with the State of Hawaii. We can't nor are we allowed to modify it at all. If you have to make any changes, you must resign the whole thing and resubmit it back so that your dashboard says it has been resubmitted to the physician. It is your job to notify me once you have made any changes and resubmitted it back to the physician.
- Make sure your government issued ID is still valid.
- We see people on a first come first serve basis only.
We reserve the right to close up early if no one is around, unless you call us to keep us there.
We try very hard to be accommodating and flexible.
Disabled travelers can be offered a home visit, and should contact me for specifics on how that works.
- On Oahu, please be courteous to other people and the village. We are the guests of the Nation of Hawaii Village of Pu'uhonua O Waimanalo. This is a very unique location in Hawaii that few get to enjoy. Kids are not a problem. Wait patiently at the gate for it to be opened, along the left side, as to allow the villagers access to their homes. Drive slowly and carefully up to the office building.