Low THC Oil Registry

DPH, in close consultation with the Georgia Composite Medical Board, has developed a Low THC Oil Registry for patients and caregivers who qualify to carry an identification card under Georgia House Bill 1.

This page contains information for the general public, physicians and law enforcement. Please take a moment to review all of the resources on this page, especially the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) sections.

Low THC Oil Registry Home Page

Low THC Oil Registry FAQs

Low THC Oil Registry Forms

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Reporting to the Division Director of Health Promotion, the Director of Maternal and Child Health will be required to apply expertise and experience in maternal and child health to improve the health status and well-being of women and children, and to manage and administer the programs in the Division, which includes three units, Administration, Program and Strategy.
 

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