Why Choose eDocGreen Marijuana Doctor in Florida
Require Patients To Be Seen In Person One Time Every 210 Days
Receive Three 70 day Recommendation Orders Quickly and Easily
All Recommendation Orders, Adjustments & Refills Done Electronically
Customized Dosing & Treatment Management Plans
State Issued Medical Marijuana ID Card Assistance
We Will Get Your Through The Entire Process GUARANTEED
Why Choose eDocGreen Marijuana Doctor
→Require Patients To Be Seen In Person One Time Every 210 Days
→Receive Three 70 day Recommendation Orders Quickly and Easily
→All Recommendation Orders, Adjustments & Refills Done Electronically
→Customized Dosing & Treatment Management Plans
→State Issued Medical Marijuana ID Card Assistance
→We Will Get Your Through The Entire Process GUARANTEED
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Welcome to eDocGreen - The Florida Marijuana Doctor
eDocGreen is here to help you through the process of obtaining medical marijuana in Florida. We will assist you with your Doctor visit, inclusion into the medical marijuana use registry and your recommendation all in one short visit. To get started, please request an appointment online.
»To begin the process with eDocGreen, you must make an appointment for an in person visit with the Doctor. Patients are not being diagnosed or examined during the in person visit, as our decisions are based off your existing medical conditions, history and records.
»Once the physician has reviewed your records, he or she can approve you into the medical marijuana use registry. Once approved into the MMUR, you will receive the necessary information to get started on your medical marijuana ID card with the Department of Health. Once the FDOH approves your patient ID card (30 days), you will then be able to legally purchase and posses medical marijuana from any of the state’s license and approved dispensaries in Florida. You can also contact the dispensary to arrange a delivery.
»The law requires patients to be seen in person once every 7-12 months. The physician can certify you with up to a 70-day supply of cannabis at a time at a maximum daily dose that is yet to be determined by the Department of Health.
The Process For Your In Person Visit:
- Conduct a review of the patient’s medical history/records;
- Determine that the patient has at least one the qualifying medical conditions needed for approval;
- Determine the medical use of marijuana would likely outweigh the potential health risks for the patient;
- Patients under 18 years of age must be seen by a second physician;
- Determine whether the patient is pregnant (females);
- Review the patient’s controlled drug prescription history in the prescription drug monitoring program database;
- Review the medical marijuana use registry and confirm the patient does not have an active physician certification from another qualified physician;
- Register as the issuer of the physician certification; and
- Obtain voluntary and informed written consent.
Florida’s Medical Marijuana Use Registry
Entering the patient into the Registry enables the state to issue a Medical Marijuana Use Registry ID number, which is required before the patient (or legal representative) can apply for the required ID card. The patient will be placed into the Medical Marijuana Use Registry (Where a State issued Patient ID number will be provided)
Medical Marijuana Use ID Card
After being entered in the Registry the patient and/or caregiver must submit a completed application to obtain a Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry ID card. Applications are issued through the Office of Medical Marijuana Use. Once approved an ID number and temporary ID card will be issued by email to the patient. Usually within one month, a printed ID card is sent to the patient/caregiver, but only the temporary ID card is needed to purchase the medical cannabis.
Obtaining Medical Cannabis from State-Approved Dispensaries
After receiving the temporary patient/caregiver’s state ID card, the patient/family can then visit or call one of the state-approved Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers to arrange to get products sanctioned by the State of Florida.
eDocGreen will provide a list of the state-approved dispensaries. The ordering physician may certify a patient to receive up to a 70-day supply and provide up to 2 refills. A certification expires after 210 days. The patient or caregiver should contact eDocGreen one (1) week prior to the recertification deadline and/or the patient’s supply running out.
Follow-Up Appointments to Stay Active on the Registry
To remain active in the Medical Marijuana Use Registry, a patient must be recertified every 30 weeks (210 days). An in-office appointment with a physical exam is required as part of every recertification consultation. The follow-up appointment should take place approximately 1 week prior to their certification expiration date to ensure there is no a lapse.