Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What do I do if I'm interested in finding out more?
A: Call now, make an appointment to get your Medical Marijuana Card. meet one of our licensed certified doctors. If you are unable to travel because of your debilitating condition, we make house-calls and will come to you.
Q: What do I expect on the day of my appointment?
A: Download and fill out the forms from our website and bring any medical records you have that will aide in documenting your certified medical condition. Be sure to bring your medication list and any recommendations from your primary and specialty physicians
Q: Where do I find the forms? what if I forget to fill them out?
A: You can find the new patient form, liability waiver, payment form and the medical marijuana form here. If you don’t have the forms, DO NOT WORRY, we will work with you and help you fill out your medical questionnaire and state mandated consent form at your appointment.
Q: What will the doctor do the day of my visit?
Your doctor will perform a physical exam and any other services provided by us at your request, then if you qualify the doctor will enter your information into the Medical Marijuana Use Registry also known as the Compassionate Care Registry, which is run by the U.S. Department of Health. You will not be able to apply for your Medical Marijuana Card until you are officially in the Registry.
Q: when can I expect to obtain my medical marijuana card?
- Once you are in the registry, you will receive a patient number and an email from the Department of Health to submit a completed application and pay the 75$ registration fee (this will be an annual fee). The approval process takes approximately 15 business days.
- After approval you will receive a temporary card via email and your permanent card via regular mail soon after.
- Patient Registry: https://mmuregistry.flhealth.gov/Public/LogIn
Q: where can I use my medical marijuana card to obtain marijuana?
- You can go to one of the many Florida state certified medical marijuana dispensaries listed on our website, fill your prescription, and maintain contact so that we may adjust your dosage as necessary.
- Cannabis education, dosage programs and MORE!
About the Illnesses We Treat
Cancer – Medical diseases resulting from abnormal growth of cells with the possibility to spread to other parts of the body and invade different organs. There are many different types of cancers that affect humans.
Epilepsy - Epilepsy is a condition that causes people to have repeated seizures. Not everyone who has had a seizure has epilepsy. Other medical problems can also cause seizures. In addition people who pass out may look like they have suffered a seizure.
Glaucoma - Glaucoma is a disease that damages the main nerve in the eye, called the optic nerve. It causes vision loss and can even lead to blindness. There are different types of glaucoma. The most common type in the United States is called "chronic open-angle glaucoma."
HIV - HIV is the name of a virus that can affect the body's "immune system," which is responsible for fighting infections. When people have untreated HIV infection, they can become sick easily. That's because their immune system cannot work as well to fight off infections or cancer. Even so, people with HIV can take medicines to control the virus, keep their immune system strong, and stay healthy for many years
AIDS - AIDS is the term doctors use to describe the stage of HIV infection when the immune system is at its weakest.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). - Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a disease that damages the nerves that control muscles. This causes the muscles to weaken. The muscles slowly stop working, leaving the person unable to move (called "paralysis"). Over time, the disease gets worse and leads to death. ALS is also known as "Lou Gehrig's disease," after the famous baseball player who died of the disease.
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - Post-traumatic stress disorder, or "PTSD," is a condition that can happen after people see or live through a trauma. A trauma is an intense event that involves serious injury or death, or the chance of serious injury or death. This can include medical events, such as a heart attack, surgery, or treatment in a hospital's intensive care unit ("ICU"). PTSD can cause nightmares, upsetting memories, anxiety, and other symptoms.
Parkinson’s Disease What is Parkinson disease? — Parkinson disease is a brain disorder that affects movement. It gets worse over time and can affect other brain functions, too, such as learning and memory.
Crohn’s Disease -Crohn disease is a disorder that can cause diarrhea, belly pain, and other symptoms that affect the digestive tract. The digestive tract is the part of the body that takes in and breaks down food. It includes the mouth, the stomach, and the intestines
And Many More