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Physicians can only certify patients for marijuana where there is a bona-fide physician-patient relationship, and after:
Physicians can only prescribe Schedule II-V controlled substances to their patients. The federal government classifies marijuana as a Schedule I drug, which means a physician cannot prescribe it. However, a physician may certify their patient for use of medical marijuana in Connecticut by utilizing the Department’s online form. The certification is valid for one year from date of certification. This will allow a patient to complete their portion of the registration process and submit all the required documents and payment fees. DECERTIFYING YOUR PATIENT A physician may decertify a patient for any reason by submitting a Physician Decertification Form to the Medical Marijuana Program. The form is available on our website at www.ct.gov/dcp/mmp.
Before a patient can be certified, the certifying physician must be registered with the Connecticut Prescription Monitoring Program at www.ctpmp.com. The website allows a physician to review their patient’s controlled substance history report online 24/7. This report also includes any medical marijuana dispensed to a patient by a dispensary facility.
The Department will only accept written certifications from physicians for the palliative use of marijuana when the physician:
The maximum allowable monthly amount per patient is 2.5 ounces, unless the physician indicates a lesser amount is appropriate. Any changes to the allowable amount will be based on advice from the Medical Marijuana Board of Physicians.