*** Please distribute this notice. ***
Samaritan Health Services Puts Paper Before Patients
Calling all medical cannabis patients, and anyone who is sick and tired
of medications that make them sick and tired:
Please come to Good Samaritan Hospital in Corvallis on Monday, July 17th
in a show of peaceful and dignified support for Nurse Ed Glick and the
hundreds of Cannabis "untouchables" who are ignored by Samaritan
Physicians because they use an herb that is forbidden by Federal Law.
Nurse Ed was fired on April 17, for refusing an unreasonable drug test,
and for putting patient care before paperwork. Come and tell Samaritan
Health Physicians to put patients first.
When: Monday July 17, gather at 7 AM until 10 AM
Where: Follow 99W or Ninth Street north through Corvallis. Parking will
be available on Maxine Avenue, half a block north of Conifer Avenue and
Ninth Street. Park 20 feet from any hydrants, please do not block
driveways. Stand in the park area on the south side of Elks Drive where
Ninth Street intersects. This is public property
Bring: Hats water, and signs. Some signs will be provided. A video
camera would be appreciated.
Do Not Bring: Violence, animals, or illegal drugs or alcohol. If you
must medicate please do so before the event out of public view.
This is a nonviolent, legal assembly.
For Information Please contact:
Do you suffer from poorly-controlled symptoms?
Does your physician refuse to discuss cannabis (marijuana) with you?
If you answered "yes" to either of these questions,
you are invited to attend a:
Medical Marijuana Support Group
WHEN: July 27, 2006, 7 PM
WHERE: Corvallis-Benton County Public Library- Board Room 645 NW
Monroe Avenue, Corvallis
Topics will include:
How to register for the OMMP;
What to do if your Samaritan Health Services physician refuses to
Individual assistance and information will be available.
For more information contact:
Ed Glick, Compassion Center nurse