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Medical Marijuana Approval Process in Tampa

How to get your Florida medical cannabis card

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    1. Obtain Your Medical Records from a Primary Care Physician.

    First, you will need to obtain medical documentation from your primary care physician that describes your condition.

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    2. Schedule a Visit with a Medical Marijuana Doctor.

    Next, you will schedule an in-person appointment with a medical marijuana doctor in Florida. The medical marijuana doctor must be in Florida’s Medical Marijuana Use Registry. If you have a qualifying condition, your certified doctor will enter your information into the Florida Department of Medical Marijuana Use Registry, thus offering a medical marijuana recommendation. You will then receive a patient ID number.

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    3. Complete the Application.

    Once your doctor enters you into the state registry, you will receive an email with instructions for accessing the patient portal, where you can fill out a card application and pay the $75 fee.

About Medical Marijuana

Florida Medical Marijuana

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The legislation also expands qualifying conditions to include:

  • Conditions “of the same severity/symptoms”--examples include but are not limited to: depression, anxiety, endometriosis, PMS, and fibromyalgia
  • A terminal condition diagnosed by a doctor who's not your medical marijuana physician
  • Chronic nonmalignant pain as a result of another qualifying condition

Office of Medical Marijuana Use.

Call (863) 588-3186 with any questions and to schedule your evaluation

Qualifying Conditions

  • Also indicated is “other debilitating medical conditions of the same kind or class” qualify. This inclusion prevents the need from outright listing every single potential condition in the law. It is specifically designed to allow people with less common but equally debilitating conditions to get medical marijuana.