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Be sure to read the Fine Print below that covers our Cancellation Policy, Patient Transfers, Disclaimer and Privacy Practices.
TRANSFERRING TO US FROM ANOTHER CLINIC? Read your instructions in the Fine Print below.
If you’ve been diagnosed by a doctor with a condition that makes you eligible to receive a medical card, such as any condition listed in our Eligibility Section, you need to upload this along with your driver’s license.
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If you have been diagnosed with a condition that you require medical cannabis for, such as any condition listed in our Eligibility section, you should be able to get a record of this from your doctor. This counts as your “Proof of Condition”.
Proof can also be:
Not sure if you are eligible for a Florida medical card? Click here for all qualifying conditions: Eligibility
IMPORTANT TO KNOW
You are required to have a qualifying condition to be approved for medical marijuana. Medical marijuana doctors cannot diagnose and recommend patients for medical marijuana.
We are committed to providing exceptional care. Unfortunately, when one patient cancels without giving enough notice, they prevent another patient from being seen. To avoid a $30 cancellation fee, just message us at 813.774.3474 before 10:00 am the day prior to your appointment or the Friday before if your appointment is on Monday.
By submitting and signing our Patient Intake forms you acknowledge you are a patient of Medical Marijuana Clinic, not a patient of the physician you will see at your scheduled appointment. If at any time that physician is no longer associated with Medical Marijuana Clinic, you will be activated in the Medical Marijuana Clinic’s medical director’s registry account.
PATIENT’S TRANSFERRING FROM OTHER CLINICS
If you are registered in the MMUR and transferring your care to our clinic, when scheduling your appointment, select one of the locations listed as ‘New Patient’, then select ‘Transfer’ service.
Before our office can enter your new certification and orders, you must deactivate your registry account from your previous physician in the MMU Registry account. Follow this link for instructions.
If you would like to review a copy of the Privacy Practices, follow the the link: HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices
If you are a Florida resident and have one of the qualifying conditions listed below, it is likely that you are eligible for a Florida medical card.
To be eligible for a medical marijuana card, you must either live in Florida permanently or are someone who:
Some examples of other conditions that could apply. These conditions fall into the category of a ‘medical condition of the same kind or class as or comparable to the conditions listed above’.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Depression, irritability, and/or mood swings
Muscle spasms & stiffness
Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and other GI upset
Neurological & neurodegenerative
Sickle cell anemia
The Process is super easy. Most patients say after their appointment, “Is that it? If I would have known it was that easy, I would have done it much sooner!”
You will receive your medical marijuana card approval after you submit your application to the State. If you are a Florida Resident, approvals are typically within 24-48 hours of submitting your application. If there is a problem with your application or you are a Seasonal Resident, it could take about 2-3 business days to receive your approval. For more details, keep reading!
At Medical Marijuana Clinic, we believe that everyone should have access to this incredible natural form of medicine, no matter their financial circumstances. Our aim is to provide you with an excellent service which is an excellent value for money when obtaining your medical marijuana card in Florida and understand how quickly out-of-pocket medical bills can add up.
Your one-time fee covers:
In your search for the perfect medical marijuana clinic, you might find that there are a few key differences between clinics and it can be hard to decipher who offers what and what is included with the fee.
Although some clinics appear to be a very good value for money, they may end up costing you more in the long run. These clinics generally make up for the low up-front fee by continuously billing you for their ordering services and follow up visits.
This is why our services are all-inclusive, meaning there are no hidden costs along the way.
Once you are approved by the doctor, here are the next steps:
How long does it take to get approved for a medical marijuana card?
The state has drastically shortened the approval period and is efficiently processing applications within 24 to 48 hours if you are a Florida Resident. Seasonal Residents, or application issues, can usually receive approval within 3 to 5 days.
Why only a 7-month period?
Florida law requires a new certification and orders every 210 days, this means you must get re-certified every 7 months. But don’t worry – all you must do is schedule your recertification appointment online.
Why are medical marijuana cards good for 12-months but my certification is only good for 7-months?
We aren’t really sure why the State set it up like that, but they probably had a good reason. We will remind you in about 6-months from your doctor’s appointment that it is time to recertify. The State will send you a reminder to renew your card. Be sure to keep an eye out for those email reminders!
Can I just visit my regular doctor, do I still need to use your service?
Florida law also requires you to be seen by a certified medical marijuana doctor to obtain their approval for certification and medical marijuana orders. Once you have proof of condition from your doctor, follow our easy 3-step process to receive your medical marijuana card as quickly as possible.
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