Omni Medical Services has been a multi-state leader in providing specialized, professional medical services to patients needing relief from chronic pain and other debilitating conditions for over five years. Educated with the latest research and treatment modalities in medical marijuana, Omni’s network of physicians currently treats over 30,000 patients in four states – Florida, Illinois, Ohio and Michigan. By focusing on patient education, safety and responsible use, Omni strives to be the premiere standard of care for medical cannabis patients.
Patients pay $250 for the initial evaluation and medical record review, which also includes the first 70-day supply recommendation and two (2) refills. After 210 days, patients return for a $175 follow-up visit, which includes a 70-day supply recommendation and two (2) refills. During their visit, patients’ information is entered directly into the Florida medical marijuana patient registry, and patients are given their ID number.
Omni Medical Services’ clinics are located at:
7301 A West Palmetto Park Rd Suite 203 C in Boca Raton
1301 East Atlantic Boulevard Suite 2 Pompano Beach
9400 Bonita Beach Road Suite 204 Bonita Springs
1700 Wells Road Suite #15 in Jacksonville
3250 NE 1st Ave. Suite 504 in Miami
1280 North Military Trail West Palm Beach
927 South Goldwyn Ave. in Orlando
2527 Windguard Circle Suite 191 Wesley Chapel
945 West Michigan Ave # 8B in Pensacola
1001 37TH Street North Suite D in St. Petersburg
4710 Habana Ave. in Tampa
Omni Medical Services employs board certified physicians in Florida who are licensed to give medical marijuana recommendations. Additionally, Omni doctors receive instructional training relative to the certification process. During this training, they become well informed with evaluation procedures, providing education and follow-up patient-doctor services. Who is eligible to get medical marijuana in Florida? Currently, state law lets terminally ill patients buy and use full-strength marijuana in the form of vapor oils, capsules and tinctures. Certain other patients, including children with cancer and severe epilepsy, can use low-THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) cannabis. The Florida Department of Health has left it up to doctors to decide whether they will also recommend cannabis to qualified patients diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition listed in Amendment 2, like cancer, epilepsy, Crohn's disease, HIV/AIDS, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Lou Gehrig's disease or PTSD.
Medical marijuana products are offered in two forms in Florida: THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) products and a CBD (cannabidiol) cannabis oil. The laws allow patients to use cannabis pills, oils, edibles and vaporizers with a doctor's approval; however, smoking the flower still remains banned.