Lakeland, FL MMJ Card

The #1 MMJ Clinic in Lakeland, Florida. | Helping over 200+  patients find their relief with My Doctors Releaf!

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Clinic Location: 180 Fitzgerald Rd, Suite 3, Lakeland FL 33813

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***Now Accepting New Patients***

Step 1:

Fill out our complete initial/renewal application.

Step 2:

Schedule Appointment After completing Step 1.
(You can also schedule your appointment over the phone)

Step 3:

If approved, we will enter you into the Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry the same day of your appointment. You’ll then receive an email that will allow you to log in to the registry and apply for your Registry ID card.

List Of Requirements

1. Must be a temporary or permanent Florida resident with a valid ID
2. 18+ years of age and Must be diagnosed with a qualifying condition or a comparable chronic condition
3. Minors under the age of 18 must have 2 marijuana doctor opinions and be accompanied by a caregiver who is 21 years of age or older.

Why Choose My Doctors Releaf?

Professional staff
Affordable prices
Hands on service
Personalize treatment plans
Telemedicine services for renewals

Frequently Asked Questions

Florida Legislature passed HB 387 expanding the use of telehealth for medical marijuana recertification. Once signed by Florida Governor, Ron Desantis, the new law will become effective July 1, 2023.

The law does not change the existing requirment that a physician must conduct an in-person, physical examination of a patient before issuing an initial certification for the medical use of marijuana – meaning physicians may not issue an initial certification for medical marijuana via a telemedicine exam. After that first in-person exam, however, the new law expressly allows the physician to conduct renewal consultations with the patients remotely using telehealth. Telehealth is defined to include both synchronous and asynchronous telecommunications technology, as those terms are defined under section 456.47, Florida Statutes.

In order to register for the medical marijuana program in Florida a person must have a medical condition that qualifies them to enroll in the program. As of now there are 12 medical conditions explicitly stated in Florida’s medical marijuana law.

Below is the list of medical conditions that make a person eligible to enroll in Florida’s medical marijuana program. The law also states that any medical condition in which the certified marijuana doctor deems the patient will benefit from the use of medical marijuana, and these benefits will outweigh the detrimental side effects of marijuana may also be used as criteria when applying for a medical marijuana registry identification card. That being said the below list is not considered a complete list of medical conditions that qualify a person for the Florida medical marijuana program. The conditions below that are highlighted in bold are medical conditions that have been explicitly defined in Florida’s medical marijuana law.

    • Epilepsy
    • Cancer
    • Glaucoma
    • HIV
    • AIDS
    • Seizures
    • Crohn’s disease
    • Chronic muscle spasms
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
    • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
    • Parkinson’s disease
    • Multiple sclerosis

You will need to have a valid state ID. Please bring any medical records or prescription lists to help the certification process.

If you are a seasonal resident, patients must: 1) provide proof of Florida residency, 2) be registered with the Department of Health in the medical marijuana use registry, and 3) possess a medical marijuana use registry identification card. The Department of Health will issue medical marijuana use registry identification cards for qualified patients.  These cards must be renewed annually.

Once you receive your medical marijuana use registry identification card. You will need to re-new it in the medical marijuana use registry annually.

The cost to get the card is $75.00 plus a $2.75 Convenience fee done online and again with the same-day approval. For those without a Florida license, its about 5-7 business days.

Florida Medical Marijuana users can only buy  and possess 2.5 ounces of smokable marijuana at a time. If your doctor believes you require additional treatment, he or she may file an OMMU request for an exception form on your behalf.

We will schedule you for your recertification visit approximately 6 months after your initial evaluation.

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