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Who Qualifies for Medical Marijuana in Florida?

01

Find Out If You Qualify

In order to be treated by our specialist physicians, a patient must be:
• 21+ years of age
• Permanent Florida resident
OR seasonal Florida resident
• Diagnosed with a qualifying condition or a comparable chronic condition

Take a short test to see if you are eligible for a Medical Marijuana Registry ID Card under Florida regulations. We’ll email you the results!

02

Initial Clinic Appointment

Schedule an in-person assessment at a location near you by calling 850-906-5000 or by choosing an available appointment here.

Your provider will work with you to identify medical marijuana treatment options and dosage forms to suit your individual needs. If you do not qualify there is no charge for your appointment.

During your appointment, your provider can help you to apply for your Registry ID Card with the state Office of Medical Marijuana Use. We will provide you with a copy of the application and any personalized assistance you need.

03

Pick Up or Order Your Medical Marijuana Recommendation

When the state has processed and approved your application, you can visit a licensed medical cannabis dispensary to pick up your medical marijuana recommendation or schedule for your medical marijuana to be discreetly and securely delivered.

We’re here for you! If you have any problems with your application, want to request a dosage adjustment, or have any questions, give us a call at 850-906-5000.

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Other Requirements

In order to be treated by our specialist physicians, a patient must be:

21+ years of age

Permanent Florida Resident OR Seasonal Florida Resident

Diagnosed with a Qualifying Condition or a Comparable Chronic Condition

This website is intended for informational use only. It is not meant to consitute medical advice. Please contact yout health provider prior to making any medical decisions.