“Get Carded” is a consultation with Nurse Practitioner Mark Francom, who is licensed to consult and recommend alternative medical treatments for certain conditions like chronic pain or PTSD in the State of Utah.
“Get Carded” is $250 for a 30-minute consultation. Once our Nurse Practitioner has made his recommendation, he will walk you through the process of getting registered for your alternative medical treatment.
Your first card is good for 90 days. After 90 days if you want to renew, you can come back in and get a second card that will be active for 6 months.
We book Get-Carded appointments for 30 minutes.
- Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
- Crohn’s Disease
- Debilitating Seizures
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
- Multiple Sclerosis Or Persistent And Debilitating Muscle Spasms
- Ulcerative Colitis
- A Terminal Illness When The Patient’s Life Expectancy Is Less Than Six Months
- A Condition Resulting In The Individual Receiving Hospice Care
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) That Is Being Treated And Monitored By A Licensed Health Therapist (Defined Here), And That:
- Has Been Diagnosed By A Healthcare Provider By The Veterans Administration And Documented In The Patient’S Record; Or
- Has Been Diagnosed Or Confirmed By Evaluation From A Psychiatrist, Doctorate Psychologist, A Doctorate Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Or A Psychiatric Aprn (Patient is required to bring a written recommendation from an LCSW. Need a provider? We recommend Sarah Boykin, LCSW 801-747-9170)
- Persistent Nausea That Is Not Significantly Responsive To Traditional Treatment, Except For Nausea Related To:
- Cannabis-Induced Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome
- Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome
- A Rare Condition Or Disease That Affects Less Than 200,000 Individuals In The U.S., As Defined In Federal Law, and That Is Not Adequately Managed Despite Treatment Attempts Using Conventional Medications (Other Than Opioids Or Opiates) Or Physical Interventions
- Pain Lasting Longer Than Two Weeks That Is Not Adequately Managed, In The Qualified Medical Provider’s Opinion, Despite Treatment Attempts Using Conventional Medications Other Than Opioids Or Opiates Or Physical Interventions
- A Condition That The Compassionate Use Board Approves (Once Established) On A Case-By-Case Base