Editor's note: This is the first part of a three-day series examining medical marijuana in Ohio, with an emphasis on the state's medical marijuana laws and regulations.
He is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and has served on several national committees for the AOA. He was a member of both the Ohio Medical Association and the Ohio Board of Board - certified obstetrics and gynecology - and a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). Dr. Brian Mathie has been a professional and has provided patients in Northeast Ohio with technologically advanced, personalized and compassionate care. In 2004, he was president of the Ohio Optometric Association, is the founder and president of North Canton Optometrics, Inc., and director of medical education for North Cuyahoga County Optometry.
He has led to patents and publications in eye magazines and is currently a board member of Cross-Eyed Missions. He has been part of this outstanding organisation, helping to provide moments and spectacles for needy people around the world. Besides educating patients about various eye diseases and lectures on topics such as eye diseases and refractive surgery, Dr. Mathie appreciates the value of knowledge and is happy to share this knowledge with others.
He graduated first from Louisville High School, attended Ohio State University and studied microbiology. Dr. Pullekins studied agricultural and animal sciences and earned his Bachelor of Science in veterinary medicine and a Master of Veterinary Sciences from Ohio State University. After finishing in the top 10% of her class, Mandy entered the Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine to earn a PhD in veterinary medicine. She earned her master's degree in animal health and veterinary sciences from Ohio State University in 2012.
After graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Ohio State University, Dr. Celmer received a Master of Science in Public Health and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He received a corneal and refractive power fellowship at the Wang Vision Institute, affiliated with the University of Tennessee, and a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Medicine at Ohio University.
Dr. Wychanko is Board Certified and holds active privileges at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Ohio State University Hospital. Doctors are on call and behave professionally, with an emphasis on patient safety, patient care and patient satisfaction.
If you are unavailable, always provide a wealth of contact information to an institution that can meet your patient's needs in the meantime. It is so convenient not to have to make an appointment and patients are worried - knowing that we can see them in their hour of need. If you make an appointment to the dentist and wait longer than a few minutes, make sure you see an emergency patient quickly, even if it is a minor procedure.
I love that our doctors are professional and do not try to sell other products of questionable efficiency. The other thing I enjoy is that we can see doctors anywhere in the US.
If you are looking for a friendly yet professional dentist, you are invited to meet the friendly staff. If your dentist does not have the level of professionalism and hospitality you would like, please remember that nobody is right for you.
Dr Pullekins works with Dr Jellison to oversee Humane Society animal welfare projects and enjoys spending time with the family dog. Dr. Kubis enjoys the opportunity to appear on his radio show "The New York Times Radio Show" and to spend time in the community with his wife Tiffany, who also shares his love of optometry. His hobbies include hiking, camping and spending time with his family at his family's home in North Canton, Ohio.
In Friebert's case, many of the participating physicians treated a very specific population and, in some cases, very different patient types.
Of the 353 doctors who participated in the two-hour online training and received certification to recommend medical marijuana, industry insiders say about 70 are actively enrolling new patients. Of the 39 local doctors certified for recommending medical cannabis according to gatehouse.com, only seven have equipped their practices with phone numbers and addresses, while 39 local doctors have been certified as "certified" to "recommend" patients to medical marijuana. Doctors equate their current predicament with colleagues prescribing drugs to treat addiction without training or registering with the Drug Enforcement Administration. More than a dozen major Ohio cities, including Akron, Canton, Cleveland and Columbus, have reached Davis and other medical practices through GCN's Web site.
If you are unhappy with your current dentist or are looking for one, you should look at his office and see if he behaves differently. After all, patients are unlikely to attend appointments or follow advice from dentists who do not respect them. Therefore, a dentist who is popular with friends and family may not be the dentist you prefer.