Updated on January 28, 2019. Medical content reviewed by Dr. Joseph Rosado, MD, M.B.A, Chief Medical Officer
Patients in West Virginia who are diagnosed with one or more of the following severe, life-threatening or debilitating medical conditions are allowed to use medical cannabis under the new West Virginia Medical Cannabis Act:
It’s important for a patient who wants to be certified for medical cannabis to develop a physician-patient relationship with a licensed doctor early. That’s why we’ve created a network of reliable marijuana doctors to examine, treat and provide certification to help speed up the registration process and collection of your marijuana ID card.
Type your zip code into the box at the top of this page to display a list of qualified marijuana doctors in West Virginia practicing near you. Click on their profiles to for additional details about their terms of service, operating hours, fees and other facts that will help you choose the most suitable doctor to meet your needs. Click Here to find the doctors in your area..
Our doctors’ fees are competitive and they have the experience required to provide effective long-term cannabis treatment.
Immediately after reading through the profile of any of our doctors, you can book an appointment through our online scheduling system. Click the “Request an Appointment” button and book an appointment today.