West Palm Beach 420 Doctor

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  • First Visit: $89
  • Booking Fee: $0
  • Follow Up Visit: $89
  • Visit Length: 30 minutes
  • Renewal: $89
  • Insurance Accepted: No
  • Discount Price: $0
  • Years in Practice: 10
  • English
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There are many different facets of health and wellness. For patients, alternative medicine can provide relief of health symptoms that provide challenges on a daily basis. Medical cannabis is a treatment option available for residents of West Palm Beach. Our practitioners at Marijuana 420 Doctor can help you get your Florida medical marijuana card.

We provide health evaluations legally required by the Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU) in Florida. Before you can get your Florida medical marijuana card, you will need to be evaluated by a physician.

How Can Medical Marijuana Help for Pain?

Pain relief is just one of the many different types of symptoms that patients use medical cannabis. For some patients, having a strong Indica strain tincture before bed can improve sleep. It can reduce pain symptoms at night to promote rest and rejuvenation.

Some patients who suffer from symptoms of chronic fatigue may choose a Sativa blend of medical cannabis, to help them remain alert, focused, and energetic throughout the day. There are strains that are “not too strong” while still improving energy and mood while making pain symptoms more manageable.

What Are Qualifying Health Conditions for Medical Marijuana in Florida?

In order to be a registered member of the Florida medical marijuana program, you must have a qualifying health condition. The QHCs are regulated by the OMMU and a patient cannot get a medical marijuana card in Florida without a qualifying health condition (or more than one).

Some of the qualified health conditions for a Florida MMJ card include:

  • Cancer
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Chronic Pain
  • Parkinson’s Disease

Learn more about all the health conditions that may qualify you for a Florida medical marijuana card. Contact Marijuana 420 Doctor in West Palm Beach Florida, to schedule your medical marijuana card health evaluation.

Will My Health Insurance Pay for My Marijuana Health Evaluation?

A medical marijuana health evaluation is just like visiting a new doctor for the first time. The physician will have a number of questions to ask regarding your health history. The marijuana doctor will ask you about your current symptoms. If you are a patient with chronic pain, a pain inventory (survey) may be completed to identify the frequency and severity of your pain symptoms.

The OMMU in Florida requires that every applicant for a medical marijuana card gets a medical evaluation. During your medical marijuana health consultation, prescription medications will also be reviewed. The goal is to determine if medical cannabis is a safe choice for your wellness or symptom management goals.

Cannabis (even medical marijuana) is not recognized as legal by the Federal government. Therefore, insurance companies cannot cover any charges. And the fees you pay while registering for the medical marijuana card in Florida will not count toward your annual deductible.

Every 420 Doctor location provides comprehensive medical marijuana health evaluations, at an affordable cost for our patients. Our patients pay no fee for the OMMU required follow-up visit.

  • Conveniently located
  • Low medical marijuana health evaluation fees
  • 100% HIPAA secure for health data privacy
  • Compassionate care physicians dedicated to alternative therapies
  • Support and assistance for caregivers (evaluations and renewals)

For more information, visit our website at 420 Doctor.
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Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Monday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
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Pre-Visit Requirements
  1. Must be a legal Florida resident with valid ID or proof of residency
  2. Must be 18 years or older
  3. Complete medical records release and send it to the doctor who has your records
  4. Confirm that we have received medical records, or bring them to your appointment
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