Medical Marijuana Treatment Clinics of Florida (MMTCFL) maintains a primary focus of supporting patients seeking effective cannabis-based alternative treatments to improve the quality of their lives. Our doctorsprovide medical marijuana evaluations and certifications for eligible patients.
The medical professional at this MMTCFL location, Dr. Aleem Malik, prides himself on providing compassionate care and comprehensive evaluations to determine whether medical marijuana is an appropriate treatment for qualifying patients. Along with thorough, personalized assessments, the doctor will go over the potential benefits, as well as any risks associated with the use of medical marijuana. The physicians at MMTC are well versed in the many benefits of medical cannabis and hope to help patients treat their ailments naturally. If you qualify you will be entered into the State Registry, and we will provide you with a copy of the application and any personalized assistance you need.
As an MMTC patient, you an important part of our team. We thank you for choosing us as your medicinal cannabis experts.
First Time: $299
Follow Up: $99
Discount Price: $0
Booking Fee: $0
Length: 30 min
Insurance Accepted: No
Languages: English, Spanish
Years In Practice: 20
|Monday:||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Thursday:||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Friday:||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
1. 21+ years old
2. Proof of Florida residency (drivers license, state ID card, or utility bill under your name)
3. Proof of previous diagnosis with qualifying medical condition
Dr. Aleem Malik graduated from medical school in 1985 and has 33 years of diverse experience. He specializes in Family Practice medicine.
This Polk Co. office is near Plant City, Medulla, Winter Haven, Mulberry, Brandon, Inwood, and Seffner. It is a light green building with a brown roof, in the Imperial Boulevard Professional Center. We here at MMTCFL are committed to providing compassionate and individualized care for patients suffering from any of the chronic and/or debilitating conditions that qualify under Florida’s laws.