Current Telemedicine Availability: Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday afternoon, & Thursday morning
Begin the process with Step 1 – Submit Demographic Form. Once step 1 is completed you will automatically be redirected to the webpage for Step 2 – Submit Consent Form. After the consent form is submitted you are done with the online portion. A member of our team will call you to confirm and collect payment
Attention: Effective July 1, 2023, in accordance with House Bill 387 and section 381.986(4)(a, g, and i), Florida Statutes, “Before issuing an initial certification to a patient, the qualified physician must conduct an in-person physical examination of the patient. For certification renewals, a qualified physician who has issued a certification to a patient after conducting an in-person physical examination may conduct subsequent examinations of that patient through telehealth as defined in s. 456.47.”
This simply means telemedicine appointments are available once again but only for followup patients.
Patients can qualify for a variety of ailments and illnesses for which medical marijuana has been proven effective to alleviate symptoms. You may qualify if you have been diagnosed with one of the conditions below or another condition with comparable severity and symptoms.
Under state law, a board-certified doctor in Florida has the discretion to decide if a patient qualifies. They must use the same standards they would for any other medicine.
Although the following conditions are not written into Florida’s Amendment 2, the initiative indicates that other debilitating conditions of like, kind, or class may be eligible for a medical marijuana certification.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Sickle Cell Anemia