Enter an address, city, state or ZIP code on this page to find a doctor in your area.
To request an appointment, simply fill in the HIPAA compliant patient-intake form online.
The selected provider will contact you to schedule an evaluation. It is important to bring your qualifying medical records with you.
You’ve heard the phrase, “We’re all in this together.” Before COVID, many legal marijuana states did not allow telemedicine for marijuana patients. Recent pandemic stay-at-home orders have highlighted the need for telemedicine now more than ever before. Many marijuana legal states are allowing medical marijuana telemedicine for evaluations and renewals.
During this time, many states have deemed marijuana dispensaries and the cannabis industry at large as essential business, allowing MMJ patients to continue to obtain their CBD oil or other CBD products.
Check with your MMJ doctor to see if he or she will provide a Telemedicine evaluation or renewal.
Licensed medical MMJ doctors in your state evaluate and provide medical marijuana recommendations for patients looking to compassionate care for their medical condition(s). Use this search tool to find one of them near you.
National Medical Marijuana Card Services advocates for the rights of qualified MMJ patients who seek relief from chronic pain, anxiety, seizures, tremors, and PTSD, to name a few conditions states consider as warranting the use of medical cannabis treatment. Each state determines which medical conditions qualify for medical cannabis treatment while a few states don’t have a list of qualifying conditions but rather allow MMJ doctors and providers to determine if a patient’s condition would benefit from medical cannabis or CBD products. Our map consists of state licensed compassionate care doctors and clinics who have been vetted by the state and serve as authorities regarding the process for applying for a medical marijuana card, including doctor evaluation procedures and patient recommendations. Some states don’t issue marijuana cards or don’t require the possession of a marijuana card; however, patients must still go through the process of being approved for medical cannabis by their state.