Coalition to

De-Schedule Cannabis

A call to action!

Patients Out of Time

Organizations

Signatories

RESOLUTION BY THE COALITION TO DE-SCHEDULE CANNABIS

Cannabis is a natural non-toxic plant that is biologically synergistic with human health and wellness:

Whereas, Cannabis has been used as a food source and a traditional herbal medicine for thousands of years throughout the world; and,

Whereas, Cannabis in its natural form has a remarkably wide margin of safety and there have been no recorded overdose deaths by cannabis throughout centuries of human use; and,

Whereas, a 1988 government-funded study at the St. Louis University School of Medicine determined that the mammalian brain has receptor sites that respond to compounds found in cannabis. These receptors, named cannabinoid receptors turned out to be the most abundant type of neurotransmitter receptor in the brain and cannabinoids help regulate homeostasis in the body via this receptor system known as the endocannabinoid system; and,

Whereas, Cannabis in its fresh and natural form is not psychoactive, but rather a nutritious food source; and,

Whereas, Cannabis has a low risk of addiction with minor withdrawal symptomology and, in fact, can be utilized in opioid harm reduction; and,

Whereas, Cannabis was inappropriately omitted from the U.S. Pharmacopoeia in 1941 based on the reefer madness campaign that led to the passage of the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 (Bonnie and Whitebread, 1974) that demonized the plant as a dangerous new drug; and,

Whereas, implementing the 1961 Single Convention Treaty, the United States Government arbitrarily placed cannabis into Schedule 1 (the prohibition category) of the 1970 Controlled Substances Act (CSA) perpetuating old myths and political ideology; and,

Whereas, in 1972 the “Shafer Commission” (The National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse) found that marihuana (cannabis) did not meet the criteria for Schedule I placement; and,

Whereas, in a petition to Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to remove cannabis from Schedule I, the DEA’s own Administrative Law Judge, Francis Young ruled that cannabis did not belong in Schedule I, but the Director of the DEA rejected Judge Young’s ruling[1] (Washington, DC U.S. Department of Justice, 1988); and,

Whereas, the primary psychoactive substance in Cannabis is THC and the pharmaceutical product, dronabinol (synthetic THC in sesame oil) was down-regulated from Schedule II to Schedule III of the controlled substances due to its safety and lack of diversion, and per the DEA’s own rules, a plant should not be more restricted than its primary psychoactive constituent; and,

Whereas, the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia published a monograph, Cannabis Inflorescence, which provides cultivation and quality control standards for this herbal plant (AHP, 2013); and

Whereas, the public has been allowed to grow and use herbal plants without a prescription; and,

Whereas, as of Oct. 2020, 11 states (AK, CA, CO, IL, MA, ME, MI, NV, OR, VT, and WA) and Washington, DC allow use of cannabis by adults, and most states allow medical use of cannabis with their unique regulations, causing much confusion between state and federal laws; and,

Whereas, the prohibition of cannabis has resulted in cruel punishment to countless individuals for simply growing the plant or possessing its harvested flowers; and,

Whereas, due to the cannabis prohibition numerous non-violent individuals have been imprisoned, resulting not only in destroying their lives, but adding pain and suffering to their loved ones in their absence; and,

Whereas, the prohibition of this plant has diverted our law enforcement and their resources away from violent criminals and true criminal activities; and,

Whereas, the cannabis plant is highly beneficial to our environment when allowed to grow naturally (Clark & Pate, 1997); and

Whereas, cannabis may be an essential nutrient for those suffering from health problems caused by an endocannabinoid deficiency (Russo, 2016); and,

Whereas, 2017 NAS report finds conclusive and substantial evidence of therapeutic value for several health problems including nausea and vomiting, chronic pain, and MS related spasticity; and,

Whereas, there are more than 22 suicides per day among our Veterans, and Veterans overwhelmingly support the use of cannabis to treat their PTS symptoms, TBI symptoms, and/or chronic pain; and,

Whereas, there are over 100 opioid overdoses everyday, and in a state comparison study, there is an almost 25% lower incidence in overdoses in states that allow for medical cannabis; and,

Whereas, this resolution is not addressing pharmaceutical alterations of concentrates, or extractions of specific cannabinoids, or the synthesis of any of the active constituents of cannabis;

Therefore be it resolved that the signers of this resolution:

  1. Demand the end of the cannabis prohibition.
  2. Encourage all to use this resolution to petition their state legislators and the federal government to end the cannabis prohibition.
  3. Demand that the federal government de-schedules Cannabis to end the prohibition of this highly beneficial plant.
  4. Support pesticide- and herbicide-free cultivation of this plant by commercial growers as well as home growers.
  5. Demand the immediate release of those non-violent prisoners convicted of marijuana growing, possessing, or consuming charges.
  6. Demand that the Veterans Administration covers the cost of cannabis when used by Veterans for therapeutic purposes.
  7. Strongly encourage Medicare and Medicaid programs to cover the cost of cannabis when it is part of their treatment plan.
  8. Strongly encourage the inclusion of ECS content in the curricula of all healthcare education institutions and require practicing healthcare professionals take a continuing education course on the ECS.

References:

American Herbal Pharmacopoeia. (2013). Cannabis Inflorsence. Scotts Valley, CA: American Herbal Pharmacopoeia.

Bonnie RJ & Whitebread, II, CH (1974). The Marihuana Conviction: A History of the Marihuana Prohibition in the United States. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.

Clarke RC & Pate DW. (1997). Economic and environmental potential of cannabis (pp. 192-211), in Cannabis in Medical Practice; A Legal, Historical and Pharmacological Overview of the Therapeutic Use of Marijuana, edited by ML Mathre. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc.

Hanus. Lumir. O. (2007). Discovery and Isolation of Anandamide and Other Endocannabinoids. Chemisty and Biochemistry. Vol. 4. Pages 1828-1841.

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. (2017).  The Health Effects of Cannabis and Cannabinoids: The Current State of Evidence and Recommendations for Research.  Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Doi: 10.17226/24625

National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse. (1972). Marihuana: A Signal of Misunderstanding.  Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Russo EB. (2016). Clinical endocannabinoid deficiency reconsidered: Current research supports the theory in migraine, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel, and other treatment-resistant syndromes.  Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research. 1(1):154-165.  DOI:10.1089/can.2016.0009.

Washington, DC, U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration. (September 6, 1988). In the matter of marijuana rescheduling petition, Dkt. No. 86-22, opinion, recommended ruling, findings of fact, conclusion of law, and decision of administrative law judge.

[1] Young ruled that, “Marijuana, in its natural form, is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man. By any measure of rational analysis marijuana can be safely used within a supervised routine of medical care.”  Young continued with: “It would be unreasonable, arbitrary and capricious for DEA to continue to stand between those sufferers and the benefits of this substance in light of the evidence in this record.”

Founding Signatories —

Patients Out of Time, President Mary Lynn Mathre • Oaksterdam University, Executive Chancellor, Dale Sky Jones • The Silver Tour, Founder/CEO, Robert Platshorn • Coalition for Medical Marijuana New Jersey, Executive Director Ken Wolski, Board Member Lawrence Vargo, Board Member Nick Mellis • Cannabis Libris (M Revak & Co,) Owner/Operator, Michael Green • Takoma Wellness Center, President, Stephanie Kahn • Clover Leaf University, President and Founder, Chloe Villano • WAMM Phytotherapies, Valerie Corral • CannaKeys, Co-founder/ CEO, Douglas Reil • Cannabis Patient Network, Founder, Mark Pedersen • Healer, Co-founder, Dustin Sulak • Operation EVAC, Ryan Miller • Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access, Executive Director, Michael Krawitz • Patients Without Time Maui, President, Brian Murphy • Harmony Psychiatric, Bryan Krumm • Is My Medicine Legal YET? (IMMLY), Co-founder, Gary Storck • Cannabis Nurses Network, Founding Member, CEO, Heather Manus • Society of Cannabis Clinicians, President, Stephen Robinson • Holistic Caring, Founder & CEO, Elisabeth Mack • DrugSense – Media Awareness Project (MAP) Inc, Executive Director, Mark Greer • Hoosier Veterans for Medical Cannabis, Inc., Organizers, Jeff STAKER • Virginians Against Drug Violence, Director (Founding), Lennice Werth • Mark Pedersen • Aunt Zelda’s, Founder, Mara Gordon • Nurses For Safe Access, CEO, Linda Conforti • Veterans Cannabis Group, Aaron Augustis • California NORML, Director, Dale Gieringer • United Patients Group, Founder, John Malanca • Virginia Hemp Coalition, President, Jason Amatucci • American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine, Greg Carter, MD & David Bearman, MD • Magical Butter, Garyn Angel • CannaMoms, Moriah Barnhart • American Cannabis Nurses Association, Eloise Theisen, NP • ECS Nursing, Dawn Marie Steenstra  • High 95, Joshua Gates Founder

Patients Out of Time has prepared this resolution to De-Schedule Cannabis with the goal of creating a large and ever growing coalition of organizations and individuals to demand the end of the cannabis prohibition.  It has been 50 years since the passage of the Controlled Substances Act in which cannabis (marijuana) was placed in the forbidden category of Schedule I, despite several legal proceedings to remove it from the list of controlled substances and clear scientific evidence to support its safety and efficacy.  While individual states have passed laws through voter initiatives or legislation to allow patient access to this plant, the overriding federal prohibition looms overhead and creates numerous roadblocks for patient access.  We the people need to demand an end to the prohibition of this highly beneficial plant.

Founding Signatories

Patients Out of Time, President Mary Lynn Mathre • Oaksterdam University, Executive Chancellor, Dale Sky Jones • The Silver Tour, Founder/CEO, Robert Platshorn • Coalition for Medical Marijuana New Jersey, Executive Director Ken Wolski, Board Member Lawrence Vargo, Board Member Nick Mellis • Cannabis Libris (M Revak & Co,) Owner/Operator, Michael Green • Takoma Wellness Center, President, Stephanie Kahn • Clover Leaf University, President and Founder, Chloe Villano • WAMM Phytotherapies, Valerie Corral • CannaKeys, Co-founder/ CEO, Douglas Reil • Cannabis Patient Network, Founder, Mark Pedersen • Healer, Co-founder, Dustin Sulak • Operation EVAC, Ryan Miller • Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access, Executive Director, Michael Krawitz • Patients Without Time Maui, President, Brian Murphy • Harmony Psychiatric, Bryan Krumm • Is My Medicine Legal YET? (IMMLY), Co-founder, Gary Storck • Cannabis Nurses Network, Founding Member, CEO, Heather Manus • Society of Cannabis Clinicians, President, Stephen Robinson • Holistic Caring, Founder & CEO, Elisabeth Mack • DrugSense – Media Awareness Project (MAP) Inc, Executive Director, Mark Greer • Hoosier Veterans for Medical Cannabis, Inc., Organizers, Jeff STAKER • Virginians Against Drug Violence, Director (Founding), Lennice Werth • Mark Pedersen • Aunt Zelda’s, Founder, Mara Gordon • Nurses For Safe Access, CEO, Linda Conforti • Veterans Cannabis Group, Aaron Augustis • California NORML, Director, Dale Gieringer • United Patients Group, Founder, John Malanca • Virginia Hemp Coalition, President, Jason Amatucci • American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine, Greg Carter, MD & David Bearman, MD • Magical Butter, Garyn Angel • CannaMoms, Moriah Barnhart • American Cannabis Nurses Association, Eloise Theisen, NP • ECS Nursing, Dawn Marie Steenstra  • High 95, Joshua Gates, Founder

Sign the petition to support the
de-scheduling of cannabis.

Supporting the Coalition to Deschedule Cannabis

Dr Bronner
Oaksterdam University
The Silver Tour
American Cannabis Nurses Association
Coalition for Medical Marijuana New Jersey Inc,
Independence Farm
Medical Marijuana Inc
Healer
Cannabis Libris
Takoma Wellness Center
CannaKeys
Takoma Park Integrative Care

Takoma Park
Integrative Care

Medical Marijuana CBD, Matthew Mintz MD LLC
High 95 Cannabis Cup
IllumeSense
Annie Appleseed Project
Dr. Bob's Compassion Clinic
WAMM Phytotherapies
Society of Cannabis Clinicians
Virginia Hemp
Cannabis Nurses Network
Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies
Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access
United Patients Group
Kind Fine Jewelry
5 Leaf Relief Nurse Educators
Cannabis Wellness Nurse Consulting
Cannabis Nurse Navigator
Family Council on Drug Awareness
Leaf411
Laura Lagano Wellness
American Hemp Museum
The Cannabis for Cancer Declaration

Signatories updated regulary

Organized in alphabetical order by company then last name.

  • 5 leaf relief nurse educators: RN, David Bobish
  • ACNA: RN, MS, Maryte Anilionis
  • Acute on Chronic: Cannabis Nursing and Consulting, Rebecca Abraham
  • Alleviate Wellness: LPN, Jennifer Shanak
  • Alternatives a health collective: Director, Karen Kissler
  • American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine: Executive Vice President, David Bearman
  • American Cannabis Nurses Association: Eloise Theisen
  • American Hemp Museum: Thomas Thacker
  • Amorphia, The Cannabis Co-op, 1969-1973: Executive Director, Michael Aldrich
  • Annapolis Child: , Shelley Kosisky
  • Annapolis Children’s Services: Clinical Child Psychologist, Shelley Ann Kosisky, Ph.D.
  • Annie Appleseed Project: President, Ann Fonfa
  • Ascension Medicine: FNP, Dana Robison
  • Association of Patient Advocates: Dir., William Britt
  • Aunt Zelda’s: Founder, Mara Gordon
  • Berkeley Patients Group: Vice President, Etienne Fontan
  • Brick and Ivy Bookstore: President, Suzanne Cunningham
  • Brownie Mary Democratic Club of San Francisco: President, David Goldman
  • California NORML: Director, Dale Gieringer
  • Cancer Advocate: Mr, Calvin Nokes
  • Cannabis Consumers Campaign: Director, Mikki Norris
  • Cannabis Counsel Law Firm: Founding member, Matthew Abel
  • Cannabis Libris: Cannabis Libris Owner/Operator, Michael Green
  • Cannabis Nurse Navigator: Nique Pichette
  • Cannabis Nurses Network: Founding Member, Sue DeGregorio-Rosen
  • Cannabis Nurses Network: Founding Member, CEO, Heather Manus
  • Cannabis Patient Network: Founder, Mark Pedersen
  • Cannabis Wellness Nurse Consulting: Michele Weidner
  • Cannakeys: Chief Science Officer, Uwe Blesching
  • CannaKeys: Co-founder/ CEO, Douglas Reil
  • Center for Medical Cannabis Education: Medical Director, Jamie Corroon
  • Clover Leaf University: President and Founder, Chloeu Villano
  • org: Board Member, Nick Mellis
  • Coalition for Medical Marijuana New Jersey: Board Member, Lawrence Vargo
  • Coalition for Medical Marijuana New Jersey, Inc.: Board member, Jo Anne Zito
  • Coalition for Medical Marijuana–New Jersey, Inc.: Executive Director, Ken Wolski
  • Constance norgart: Constance Norgart
  • Coweta: Felecia Dawson
  • Bob’s Compassion Clinic: Administrator, Bev Goethe
  • DrugSense – Medioa Awareness Project (MAP) Inc: Executive Director, Mark Greer
  • East& Eye Co: Owner, Ryan Henderson
  • Elevated Healing: RN, Owner, CEO, Vanessa Peck
  • Emotional Liberation: Executive Director, Becca Williams
  • Family Council on Drug Awareness: Director / Founder, Chris Conrad
  • Florida Cannabis Action Network (FLCAN): President, Maria Hurley
  • Gaia Somatics LLC: RN LMT CYT, Deborah Jones
  • Gary Gray and Company: Gary Gray
  • Grateful Deb: Founder, Deborah Servetnick
  • Greenrise Africa: Director, Charles Daehler
  • Harm Reduction Michigan: Director, Pamela Lynch
  • Harmony Psychiatric: Bryan Krumm
  • HDL Enterprises: President, Don Minner
  • Healer: Co-founder, Dustin Sulak
  • High 95: Founder, Joshua Gates
  • HIPS: Alexandra Bradley
  • Holistic Caring: Founder & CEO, Elisabeth Mack
  • Honolulu Wellness Center ~ Cannabis Card Clinic: Founder, patient Advocate, Paul Klink
  • Hoosier Veterans for Medical Cannabis, Inc.: Organizers, Jeff STAKER
  • I Forgot: Owner, Leslie Sendek
  • IllumeSense: VP, Community Experience, Debbie Scharoun
  • Independence Farm: Owner, Amy McFarland
  • Integr8 Health: Nurse Practitioner, Laurel Sheppard
  • Is My Medicine Legal YET? (IMMLY): co-founder, Gary Storck
  • Joan Grace: Philospher, Joan Chambers
  • Kind Fine Jewelry: Shella Eckhouse
  • Kind Fine Jewelry: Owner, Shella Eckhouse
  • King Health: NURSE PRACTITIONER, KRISTI KING
  • King Health and Wellness: CEO/Nurse Practitioner, Kristi King
  • Kintsugi Solutions, LLC: Co-Owner, Cynthia Northcutt
  • Leaf411: RN/CEO/ED, Katherine Golden
  • LifeCare Learning: nurse educator, Barbara Shey BS, RN-BC, CHPN
  • LionHart Development: owner, simon hart
  • Live Sound Designs: CEO, Howard Swayne
  • Los Angeles Natural Health: Cannabis Health Coach, REBECCA CONAWAY
  • Low Country Cannabis: Mr, Joseph Riollano
  • Madame Bucaro’s Apothocary: Owner, Tammie Bucaro
  • Maryland Hemp Exchange: Owner, Eryck Stamper
  • Matthew Mintz MD LLC: Physician, Matthew Mintz
  • mcecdelivery: Elisabeth Butler
  • mcecdelivery: Certified cannabis consultant, elisabeth butler
  • Medical Marijuana Inc: CEO, Stuart Titus
  • Michigan NORML: Executive Director, Matthew Abel
  • Miramar Imaging Inc: michelle melotti
  • Ms: Tara Egnatios
  • Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies: Executive Director and Founder, Rick Doblin
  • MyCannabinurse: RN, Tara Powers
  • Narrow Gauge: Owner, Luke Sirois
  • Noah’s Ark Consulting: Deborah Wilson
  • North Coast Medical: Physician owner, Diane Dickinson
  • Northern Maine Flower: Lead Budtender, Dave OBrien
  • Northern Wisconsin NORML: Founder, Jay Selthofner
  • Nurses for Safe Access: CEO, Linda Conforti
  • Oaksterdam University: Executive Chancellor, Dale Sky Jones
  • Ohio Rights Group: Co-Founder & Treasurer, Mary Jane Borden
  • Operation EVAC: Ryan Miller
  • Paal & Paal Consulting: APRN, Mary Paal
  • Pacific College: Student, Jennifer Pollard
  • Paients Without Time Maui: President, Brian Murphy
  • patients out of time: Frankie Creef
  • patients out of time: president, mary lynn mathre
  • Patterson Orchard: CEO, Jack Patterson
  • Sea Bright Consulting: Owner, Maria Tafi
  • Society of Cannabis Clinicians: President, Stephen Robinson
  • Students for Sensible Drug Policy: S. Movement Building Fellow, Rob Hofmann
  • Sunset Vista Condominiums HOA: Amber Long
  • T3thys Collective: Co-Founder, Deb McCauley
  • Takoma Park Integrative Care: Medical Director, Patricia Frye, MD
  • Takoma Wellness Center: President, Stephanie Kahn
  • THCBD: Founder, Gaetano Lardieri
  • The Cannabis Conversion: Founder, Michael Sanicola
  • The Cannabis for Cancer Declaration: Justin Kander
  • The Cannabis for Cancer Declaration: Justin Kander
  • The Cannabis Nurses Network: Activist & Advocate, Sue Rosen
  • The Green Nurse: Registered Nurse, sherri Tutkus
  • The Green Nurse: Co-founder, CEO, Sherri  Tutkus
  • The GreenNurse: GreenNurse Iowa, Carey Lee Leuer
  • The GreenNurse: GreenNurse Iowa, Carey Lee Leuer
  • The Silver Tour: Founder/CEO, Robert Platshorn
  • The Veterans Action Council: Member, Ricardo Pereyda
  • TheCannMan LLC: COO, Scott McStacy
  • To Your Health: owner, Michele Reese
  • United Patients Group: Founder, John Malanca
  • UPG: Registered Nurse, Elizabeth Dost
  • Veterans Cannabis Group: Aaron Augustis
  • Veterans Canna-BIZ SPC: Founder, Roland Cordova
  • Veterans Ending the Stigma: Founder, Robert Kowalski
  • Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access: Executive Director, Michael Krawitz
  • Veterans Initiative 22: Founder, Eryck Stamper
  • Veterans Initiative 22: Founder, Eryck Stamper
  • Virginia Hemp Coalition: President, Jason Amatucci
  • Virginians Against Drug Violence: Director (Founding), Lennice Werth
  • WAMM Phytotherapies: Valerie Corral
  • Yield Farms: Owner, Colin Lukey
  • La Homa Simmonds
  • Sunil Aggarwal
  • Marianne Bays
  • Judy Benson
  • Anne Berg
  • Deborah Berlekamp
  • Barbara Blood
  • Danette Borg
  • Ellen Bowen
  • Carmi Bowles
  • Monica Buckley
  • Heidi Burke
  • Earle Burwell
  • Nancy Caron
  • Warren (Rusty) Carr
  • Alana Carrasco
  • CPNP-PC, Tania Chávez
  • William Clark
  • Kitty Coleman
  • Daniel Comarovschi
  • Russ Crescimanno
  • Laurie Culpepper
  • Suzanne Cunningham
  • Michael D. Cutler
  • Julia da Silva Peres
  • Charles Daehler
  • Tiffany Davis
  • Candance Deaton
  • Linda DeLano
  • Mr, Mike Devault
  • Amy Dustin
  • Lee Eisenstein
  • jack Elam
  • Shelbie Elliott
  • B Falk
  • Jenny Farr
  • Dwight Fellman
  • AMY FLICK
  • joat fo
  • Frangou
  • Memory Garcia
  • Cori Garlock
  • Laura Garrigan
  • Christine Gentry
  • Emalie Gibbons Baker
  • Lenora Gonzales
  • , Mark Granlund
  • Michael Jay Green
  • Charles Hall
  • Sarah Halweil
  • Barbara Hatfield
  • Sandy Hayer
  • Ralph Hearn jr
  • John Helpling
  • John Helpling
  • Rich Hertz
  • Stephen Hunt
  • Reverend, Mira Ingram
  • RN, Maddalena Intintoli
  • Kendra Jones
  • Ms, Samantha King
  • Samantha Kitts
  • Read Knox
  • RN, Cheryl Kumberg
  • Laura Lagano
  • RN,BSN,RAC-CT, CMAC, Heather Law
  • Karen Lewis
  • Debra Locher
  • Marian Long
  • David Lovett
  • Theresa Lyon
  • Carl MAERTENS
  • Karen Mankins
  • Karen Mankins
  • Sheila Mansfield
  • Stanton Marsh
  • Mary Mays
  • Michael McCarty
  • Michael And Michelle Mcdermott
  • Thomas McGraw
  • Karen McNulty
  • Elizabeth Meza
  • Mark Miller
  • Brad Miller
  • Jacki Moonves
  • April Morris
  • Misty Morris
  • NP, Nari Muci
  • Patricia Murrin
  • Caitlin Neilson
  • Anh Nguyen
  • Chad Padgett
  • Master Herbalist, Chad Padgett
  • Brenda Panigot
  • Shawna Patrick
  • Meredith Patterson
  • Mark Pedersen
  • Dr, Maria Pettinato
  • Justin Petty
  • Piper
  • Registered Nurse, Teri Polley
  • Kim Poole
  • Kim Poole
  • Mike Poole
  • Karl Rabe
  • Russell Redden
  • Joanna Reese
  • Jay Reighley
  • Rebecca Robinson
  • sue rosen
  • Nathan Samson
  • Leslie Shapiro
  • Jennifer Shepherd RN
  • Ron Shewey
  • Barbara Shey
  • Mari Silver
  • Sher Simcisko
  • Nancy Skinner
  • Deborah Skinner
  • Ryan Smith
  • Clifford Spencer
  • , Ali Stevenson
  • Jesse Stout
  • Christa Suggs
  • Richard Sullivan
  • Jennifer Territo
  • Elizabeth Thompson
  • Cannabis Nurse, Emi Tomijima
  • Susie Tomlinson
  • James Van Tilburg
  • Chloe Villano
  • Stan Virdon
  • Carl Wagner
  • Amy Weger
  • Sibyl Whelan
  • RN CNS, Marguerite White
  • Jamie Wiggington
  • Ariane Williams
  • Kyle Wilson
  • Brian Wimer
  • RN, Janice Wintermeyer
  • Mr, Dale Worthington
  • Nurse PractitionerKimberly Yartklang
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