Consult with a qualified medical marijuana doctor.

Consult with a qualified physician that can determine your need for medical marijuana, write you a prescription and help you obtain your medical marijuana card. We serve patients in Stuart, Palm City, Hobe Sound, Port St. Lucie, Indiantown, and the Treasure Coast area.

  • Obtain voluntary, written, informed consent from the patient or the patient’s legal guardian
  • Submit a patient treatment plan to the University of Florida College of Pharmacy every quarter or if the plan changes
  • Enter an order for the named patient into the Compassionate Use Registry and update the registry within 7 days of any change
  • Order no more than a 70-day supply for each patient

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A representative will get back to you within one business day to schedule your consultation.

How it works

  1. A physician diagnoses a patient with a qualifying condition for low-THC or medical cannabis.If the patient is younger than 18 or terminal, a second physician must concur and this determination must be reflected in the patient’s medical records  
  2. The physician submits a treatment plan to the University of Florida College of Pharmacy each quarter or if the plan changes.
  3. The physician enters the order into the Compassionate Use Registry.
  4. The patient may fill the order at any dispensary in the State of Florida.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How old do I have to be to receive medical marijuana?
You have to be 18 years or older. If a patient is under 18 years old they must have a second physician agree to the use in order to obtain an order from a qualified physician
What are the requirements to become a qualifying patient?

Florida law has several requirements for patients to be eligible to receive low-THC cannabis or medical cannabis.  A patient must have been diagnosed with a qualifying condition. A patient must be a Florida resident. If under the age of 18, a patient must have a second physician agree to the use of low-THC cannabis or medical cannabis in order to obtain an order from a qualified physician. A patient must have tried other treatments without success.  A patient must be registered with the Compassionate Use Registry by their ordering physician.

Should I bring my I.D with me?
You must be a Florida Resident with a valid Florida I.D. as proof of residency. If you do not have a Florida I.D. an out of state I.D., passport, or other photo I.D. with proof of residency such as bank statement, utility bill, etc. is acceptable.
Can I access medical marijuana for the expanded conditions under Amendment 2?

It is the responsibility of the qualified ordering physician to follow Florida constitution and statute, diagnose patients and determine if medical marijuana is an appropriate treatment. Florida law has several requirements for patients to be eligible: A patient must have been diagnosed with a qualifying condition. A patient must be a Florida resident. If under the age of 18, a patient must have a second physician agree to the use in order to obtain an order from a qualified physician. A patient must have tried other treatments without success. An ordering physician must determine the risks of use are reasonable in light of the benefit to the patient. A patient must be registered with the Compassionate Use Registry by their ordering physician. A patient must be receiving treatment from a qualified ordering physician during the immediate preceding 3 months prior to an order being placed. The Department is in the process of developing a patient identification card program. Please check this website for updates.

Where can I get medical marijuana?

A patient must first seek treatment from a qualified physician. Once the ordering physician inputs the patient’s information and the order information into the Compassionate Use Patient Registry, the patient or the patient’s legal representative will then be able to contact one of the licensed dispensing organizations and fill the order.

Can I grow my own marijuana?

No. Florida law only allows the licensed dispensing organizations to grow, process and dispense marijuana. The department will refer any business or individual suspected of violating state law to local law enforcement for investigation. It is important to remember marijuana is illegal under federal law.

What is the difference between low-THC cannabis and medical cannabis?

No. Florida law only

Low-THC cannabis means a plant of the genus Cannabis, the dried flowers of which contain 0.8 percent or less of tetrahydrocannabinol and more than 10 percent of cannabidiol weight for weight; the seeds thereof; the resin extracted from any part of such plant; or any compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant or its seeds or resin that is dispensed only from a dispensing organization. Low-THC cannabis contains very low amounts of the psychoactive compound THC, and typically does not result in the “high” often associated with medical cannabis. Medical cannabis means all parts of any plant of the genus Cannabis, whether growing or not; the seeds thereof; the resin extracted from any part of the plant; and every compound, manufacture, sale, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the plant or its seeds or resin that is dispensed only from a dispensing organization for medical use by an eligible patient as defined in s. 499.0295. Medical cannabis contains significant levels of the cannabinoid THC, and can result in the euphoric “high” sensation.

the licensed dispensing organizations to grow, process and dispense marijuana. The department will refer any business or individual suspected of violating state law to local law enforcement for investigation. It is important to remember marijuana is illegal under federal law.

What is a cannabis delivery device?

A cannabis delivery device is an object intended for use or designed for use in preparing, storing, ingesting, inhaling or otherwise introducing low-THC cannabis or medical cannabis into the body.

How much low-THC cannabis or medical cannabis can a qualifying physician order for a patient?

Qualifying physicians can order no more than a 70-day supply and a cannabis delivery device needed by the patient for the medical use of low-THC cannabis or medical cannabis.

Who needs to have a Compassionate Use Registry identification card?

Florida rule 64-4.011, F.A.C. requires all patients and legal representatives to have a Compassionate Use Registry identification card to obtain medical cannabis, low-THC cannabis, or a cannabis delivery device from a licensed dispensing organization.

How do I apply for a card?

The Department accepts applications from patients and legal representatives. Patients must be entered into the Compassionate Use Registry by a qualified physician to receive a card. Applications may be submitted online through the Compassionate Use Registry, or mailed to the Office of Compassionate Use. All applications must include a full-face, passport-type color photograph taken within 90 day, and a registration fee of $75.

How do I renew my card?

To maintain an active Compassionate Use Registry identification card, a patient and/or legal representative must annually submit a renewal application, along with the application fee and any required accompanying documents to the department forty-five (45) days prior to the card expiration date.

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