What services do you provide?
Aloha Medical Services provides traditional medications for the treatment of opioid addiction and psychiatric disorders, in addition to medical marijuana recommendation letters (which is a medical cannabis prescription needed to obtain a medical cannabis card, for certain conditions. Aloha Medical Services does not offer therapy or counseling, however we can give you a list of qualified and caring therapists in the Ogden area.
Are you offering telehealth or do I have to come into your office for an appointment?
First appointments for cannabis evaluations are required to be in person. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are offering telehealth options for follow-up appointments only at this time. Call us at (385) 289-2488 to schedule your secure, HIPAA compliant, video appointment.
This is how a telehealth appointment works.
- Call us at (385) 289-2488 to schedule an appointment.
- For new patients, you will be emailed a link to complete all paperwork through a secured, HIPAA compliant service.
- After scheduling, you will receive an email or text (your preference) with a link that will take you to the video conference at your session date and time.
- You can have your telehealth health session from your smart phone or computer.
Do You Provide Medical Cannabis Cards?
Only the State of Utah provides Medical Cannabis Cards through their EVS system, but you must have an active Medical Recommendation Letter to receive one, and to keep it active. Aloha Medical Services provides Medical Recommendation Letters (Medical Cannabis Prescriptions) if you meet the state and our qualifications.
What is a Medical Recommendation Letter?
A Medical Recommendation Letter is a prescription letter from an approved, qualified medical provider (QMP) which allows you to legally possess marijuana in the State of Utah. The Medical Recommendation Letter will allow you to acquire a Medical Card to shop at state dispensaries. A Medical Recommendation Letter from a Medical Doctor also allows you to shop medically (at 20% off) at dispensaries in Colorado and Wyoming.
Will I Qualify for Medical Cannabis in Utah?
This depends if you have a qualifying condition. At this time, Aloha Medical Services is only recommending medical marijuana for the following conditions: PTSD or Trauma, Chronic Pain and Autism.
How Much Do Your Services Cost and Will My Insurance Cover It?
Most major insurances are accepted for traditional psychiatric medication management and opioid addiction medications.
Unfortunately your insurance will not cover medical cannabis appointments in Utah at this time. For Medical Cannabis Prescriptions, first time appointments are $500. All follow up appointments as required by your provider are $250.
How Do I Book an Appointment?
Booking an appointment is easy! Contact us at 801.399.1818 and our staff will be happy to schedule your for an appointment.
For more information on Utah Medical Cannabis Facts and Resources, please visit medicalcannabis.utah.gov