NRMC Statement On Medical Marijuana


Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) announces that it will not allow, or certify patients for, the use of medical marijuana at any of its campuses, clinics, or outpatient services. 

NRMC recognizes that Missouri law allows the use of medical marijuana for certain qualifying health conditions.  However, NRMC must comply with federal regulations that prohibit the possession and use of marijuana and therefore will not allow it on the premises of the hospital, clinics or outpatient facilities. 

“We have worked with our local physicians, the Missouri Hospital Association, and our local counsel to determine the best course of action,” said Holly Bush, Chief Quality Officer at NRMC. “And because we place the highest priority to patient safety and quality of care, we will also not be certifying patients for medical marijuana.”


About Nevada Regional Medical Center
Serving a six-county area since 1937, Nevada Regional Medical Center is a 71-bed acute, intensive and skilled care hospital. Nevada Regional Medical Center has earned recognition as a respected regional medical center for its comprehensive health care services, skilled and caring employees and state-of-the-art medical technology. Staff represent more than a dozen medical specialties, including family practice, women’s services, neurology, urology, psychiatry, orthopedics, wound care services, and general, vascular, thoracic and oncological surgery. Additionally, consultation clinics are held regularly by specialists in oncology, pulmonology, podiatry, ear, nose, and throat and cardiology.  To learn more, visitor

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