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Marijuana Doctors Sanctuary Wellness Institute Spring Hill, FL

New Patients Only $199

Renewals Only $99

Make an Appointment with a Licensed Medical Marijuana Doctor in Spring Hill, FL and get Approved TODAY!

Have questions or prefer to schedule on the phone?
Call or text us: (352) 310-9058
Online appointments to renew are available!

Apply for Your Medical Marijuana Card in Spring Hill, FL

10532 Spring Hill Dr Spring Hill, FL 34608

The Sanctuary Wellness Institute Medical Marijuana Doctors are advocates for patients in Florida. We guide clients through the full process of acquiring a medical marijuana card in Florida.

There is no need for a prior examination to visit with one of our physicians. Call us at (352) 310-9058 to make an appointment.

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How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Spring Hill, FL

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Call the Sanctuary or Book Online to Schedule a Visit with a Certified Doctor

Schedule your appointment online or call us at (352) 310-9058 to book your appointment. Our friendly team will schedule your appointment and walk you through the process required to receive your card in Florida.

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Meet with a Florida Cannabis Doctor

You and your Florida cannabis doctor will discuss your qualifying condition(s) at your visit, and they will perform an exam to confirm you satisfy the state's standards. If your doctor feels you qualify for medicinal cannabis use, your information will be entered into the medicinal Marijuana Use Registry (MMUR), which is supervised by the Florida Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU).

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Submit Your Registration Through the State’s Website

After your marijuana doctor puts your data into the MMUR, you may submit Florida's medical marijuana application online or by mail. A passport-style photo, payment, and proof of residency must be included. The OMMU will then review your application.

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Marijuana Doctors Sanctuary Wellness Institute of Spring Hill, FL
10532 Spring Hill Dr
Spring Hill, FL 34608
Phone: (352) 310-9058


Directions to Our Spring Hill, FL Office

Take Baltic St, Nielson Ave and Highpoint Blvd to Cortez Blvd 4 min (1.0 mi) Head southwest on Fiesta St toward Baltic St 0.1 mi Turn left onto Baltic St 0.2 mi Turn right onto Club House Rd 495 ft Turn left onto Nielson Ave 0.2 mi Turn right onto Highpoint Blvd 0.2 mi Turn left to stay on Highpoint Blvd 0.2 mi Take Mariner Blvd to Maderia St in Spring Hill 12 min (6.5 mi) Turn left onto Cortez Blvd 1.0 mi Turn right onto Mariner Blvd 5.5 mi Continue on Maderia St to Spring Hill Dr 1 min (0.5 mi) Turn right onto Maderia St 0.3 mi Turn left onto Maguire Ave 0.3 mi Turn left onto Spring Hill Dr 19 sec (0.1 mi) Turn right 13 sec (128 ft)

Take Grand Clb Dr S to Deltona Blvd in Spring Hill 5 min (1.8 mi) Head north on La Quinta Ct Restricted usage road 75 ftTurn right to stay on La Quinta Ct Restricted usage road 95 ft Turn left onto Myrtlewood Ln Restricted usage road 187 ft Turn right onto Timber Pines Blvd Restricted usage road 0.2 mi Turn right onto Grand Clb Dr S Restricted usage road 1.3 mi Turn left onto Abeline Rd Partial restricted usage road 0.2 mi Drive along Spring Hill Dr 7 min (4.3 mi) Turn right onto Deltona Blvd 1.5 mi Turn left onto Spring Hill Dr 2.8 mi Turn right 14 sec (128 ft)

Head west on Dalberg Dr toward Monteverde Dr 4 sec (135 ft) Turn right onto Monteverde Dr 3 min (1.6 mi) Take Quality Dr to Mariner Blvd in Spring Hill 2 min (0.6 mi) Continue straight 430 ft Continue onto Medical Blvd 0.2 mi Turn left onto Quality Dr 0.4 mi Continue on Mariner Blvd to Hastings Rd 3 min (1.9 mi) Turn right onto Mariner Blvd 1.5 mi Turn left onto Linden Dr 0.4 mi Turn right onto Hastings Rd 51 sec (0.3 mi) Turn right onto Spring Hill Dr 17 sec (0.2 mi) Turn right 13 sec (128 ft)

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How to Register for Medical Marijuana in FL

Watch our quick tutorial on how to register with the State for medical marijuana in FL.

How to Renew Your Florida Medical Marijuana Card

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In Florida, certifications are valid for one year after they are issued. Patients can renew their cards 45 days before they expire. If you don't, the state will consider your card overdue and you won't be allowed to use it. You may renew your MMJ card online or by mail.

Every seven months, or 210 days, Florida patients are obliged by law to arrange a recertification visit with a medical marijuana physician whom they have already had an in person evaluation with. There are both in-person and online consultations available.

Follow these steps to renew your Florida medicinal marijuana card:

  • Schedule a recertification appointment with one of the Sanctuary’s doctors
  • Submit a renewal application through the MMUR online portal or by mail
  • Pay the state’s $75 renewal fee

After receiving online applications, the OMMU processes them within 10 business days.

Who Is Eligible for a Medical Marijuana Card in Florida?

Eligibility for medical marijuana in the state of Florida depends on three key factors:

  • Patients must be 18 or older.
  • Caregivers must be 21 or older, and they can apply on behalf of patients under 18.
  • Diagnosis of a qualifying condition by a certified medical marijuana doctor
  • Permanent or temporary resident of Florida
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Florida Medical Marijuana

In Florida, the OMMU is in charge of granting MMJ cards. Floridians who match the state's qualifications can apply for a medical marijuana in Florida.

Applicants under the age of 18 must specify an adult caregiver in both their application and the MMUR. Only caregivers may acquire medical marijuana on behalf of children.

Medical marijuana users are only permitted to purchase and possess 2.5 ounces of smokable marijuana at a time. If your doctor feels you need more, he or she may submit an OMMU Request for Exception Form on your behalf.

Visit the Office of Medical Marijuana Use.

Call (352) 310-9058 with any questions and to schedule your evaluation!

In order to qualify you will need to be diagnosed with one of the qualifying conditions listed below:

How Do I Prove Florida Residency?

To be eligible for a Florida MMJ card, applicants must be full-time or part-time residents of Florida. Full-time residents must have a valid Florida driver's license or state identification card. Other kinds of proof of residency will not be accepted when applying for a medical cannabis card as a full-time resident.

Full-Time Residents

If a full-time resident applies online, the registry will check with the DMV to see if they have a driver's license or state ID. When applying on paper, full-time residents have to submit a copy of their Florida driver's license or state ID.

Temporary/Part-Time/Seasonal Residents

A temporary resident is defined by law as someone who:

  • Lives in Florida for a minimum of 31 days per calendar year
  • Returns to their native state at least once per year
  • Is a registered U.S. voter, but pays income taxes in another state

Temporary residents must provide copies of any two of the following documents:

  • A mortgage, deed, monthly mortgage statement, mortgage payment booklet, or lease agreement
  • Evidence of a residential address from a person with whom the part-time resident resides, as well as a statement confirming the part-time resident lives there
  • A water, cable, or electric hookup/work order that is less than 60 days old
  • A bill for water, cable, or utilities that's less than 60 days old
  • Mail received from a financial institution that is less than 60 days old
  • Mail received from a federal, state, county, or local government entity during the last 60 days

Where Can I Buy Medical Marijuana in Spring Hill?

Once you have your card, you can buy medical marijuana from any of Spring Hill’s numerous state-approved dispensaries.

Here are a few excellent choices:

There is also an online search tool that offers a thorough, current list of state-approved dispensaries and is sponsored by the Florida Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU).

Frequently Asked Questions

1. First-time Medical Marijuana Doctor Consultation

For new patients, the initial consultation costs $199.

2. Fees for Applications

The fee for a new application is $75. Applications for renewal also cost $75. Payments made online are subject to a convenience fee of $2.75.

3. Doctors' Recertification Fee

Patients must obtain certification from a medical marijuana doctor every seven months. Recertifying your card through the Sanctuary costs just $99!

Patients and caregivers must submit an annual renewal application to the state within 45 days of their cards’ expiration date. You can submit your application online or by mail.

Per the Florida Department of Health, patients must get re-certified by a medical marijuana doctor every seven months or 210 days.

Medical marijuana can only be consumed on private, non-federal land that is not visible to the public. Medical marijuana is not permitted to be used in or in the following areas:

  • Public transportation
  • Public places
  • Place of employment (unless permitted by employer)
  • State correctional facilities
  • Federal property such as parks, museums, etc.
  • Preschool, primary, or secondary school grounds
  • School buses
  • Vehicles
  • Aircraft
  • Motorboats

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