If you live in or near the community of Vero Beach and have been considering getting a medical marijuana card, then the Medical Marijuana Clinic in Vero Beach can provide a safe, easy and affordable path to get your card.
There are only a small number of states in the US whose laws still consider marijuana, medical or otherwise, a legal offense just as the Federal government. To be safe from any legal consequences in the state of Florida, a qualifying permanent or seasonal resident can apply for a medical marijuana card per Florida Senate Bill 8A which states: “A resident of this state who has been added to the medical marijuana use registry by a qualified physician to receive marijuana or a marijuana delivery device for a medical use and who has a qualified patient identification card.”
To get started you just need to complete a few easy steps: Patient Intake forms, Schedule an Appointment, Visit the Doctor. Our knowledgeable team of experts and certified medical marijuana doctors help you through the process. Once approved by the marijuana doctor, you can get your medical marijuana card easily from the state.
Requirements for a seasonal resident are different and they must prove they live in Florida for more than thirty-one consecutive days. If a seasonal resident does not have a valid Florida drivers license, the applicant must provide two of the following documents: ♦ deed/mortgage to owned Florida property; ♦ lease for Florida rented property; ♦ utility bill not more than two months old; ♦ mail from a financial institution, checking, savings, investment statements not more than two months old; ♦ mail from Federal or State government; ♦ recreational trailer/vehicle hook-up, lease statement on a lot or rented Florida residence not more than two months old.
Eligibility for a medical marijuana card in Vero Beach requires you to be a permanent or seasonal resident of the State of Florida. If you are a permanent resident, then you will provide a photo of a valid Florida drivers license or Florida ID to the state. Your current address must match your license and if it does not, we recommend updating your license online at the DMV right away so you have no delay in getting your medical marijuana card.
You must have proof of a qualifying medical condition by providing documentation to our office of: a diagnosed condition; or an mri / x-rays; or prescription medication for your qualifying condition such as: AIDS/HIV, ALS, Cancer, Crohn’s Disease, Epilepsy, Glaucoma, MS, Parkinson’s Disease, PTSD, Terminal Illness or Condition or a medical condition of the same kind or class as or comparable to those listed or chronic nonmalignant pain due to a qualifying condition. A few of the same kind or class examples can be anxiety, depression, insomnia, IBS, ulcerative colitis, arthritis, seizures, psychological conditions, neurological/neurodegenerative conditions, etc.
You will meet with a certified medical marijuana doctor at our Vero Beach, Florida location who will review your medical history and proof of your condition during your medical marijuana appointment. Be sure to send us your proof of diagnosis of your condition from your healthcare provider before your appointment. Prescribed medication for your condition can be considered proof of diagnosis.
With the doctor’s approval you are registered with the Florida Department of Health Medical Marijuana User Registry, also known as the MMUR. After the State emails your login credentials, you complete their application process and pay the $75 annual registration fee for the Medical Marijuana ID Card. The mm card has to be renewed every 12-months.
The state will email your approval notification in about 10 business days after your complete the application process. You can then visit a dispensary to purchase medical marijuana without your medical marijuana ID card. Just take your Florida drivers license or Florida ID and the dispensary will look you up in the registry to verify your orders and guide you with purchasing the best product for your condition.
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