Medical Marijuana of Florida
• Terminal Conditions
• Chronic Nonmalignant Pain (Defined as “a pain that is caused by or that originated from a qualifying medical condition and persists beyond the usual course of the qualifying medical condition”)”
“In Florida, you must enroll in the medical marijuana program to get a medical marijuana card. To do this, you need to follow a multi-step process that may take a few weeks to complete.
To begin the process of getting a medical marijuana card, first find a licensed medical marijuana doctor. There are thousands of licensed doctors to choose from.
Dr. Shapiro is an experienced medical marijuana doctor in Clearwater, Florida. Visit MMF online to learn more.
Next, schedule and attend a consultation with your doctor to discuss your qualifying condition and potential treatment options. Your doctor can provide a written marijuana recommendation, submit your information to the Florida Marijuana Use Registry, and then give you a patient ID number.
With the patient ID number from your doctor, you can apply for a medical marijuana ID card through the online application. A $75 processing fee is required.
With that, your application for a Florida medical marijuana card is complete. Once you receive your medical marijuana card, you can work with your doctor to develop a treatment plan for your condition. Visit MMF for further information on medical marijuana treatment methods in Florida. “