Get A Medical Marijuana Card in West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach is located along Florida’s Atlantic coast⁠—situated along the western shore of Lake Worth, it is the capital and cultural center of Palm County. The city is well-known for its wonderful climate and prosperous arts and culture scene, and offers its residents year-round excitement with easy access to beaches, restaurants and shopping, and now a growing medical marijuana industry! 

If you’re a resident of West Palm Beach or live nearby and would like to obtain a Florida medical marijuana card, we’ve got you covered! In this blog we will cover what conditions qualify for a medical marijuana recommendation, how to acquire a card, and where medical marijuana can legally be purchased.

Get Approved for Medical Marijuana in West Palm Beach


At DocMJ, we make the process of getting approved for a medical marijuana recommendation easy and stress-free for qualifying patients. The first step in getting approved for a recommendation is to schedule an appointment with one of our certified Florida medical marijuana doctors. 

Scheduling an appointment is easy⁠—Simply visit us online at DocMJ.com and click the ‘BOOK NOW’ tab and select our West Palm Beach office from the list of office locations. If you’d rather schedule your appointment over the phone with a DocMJ Patient Care Coordinator, you can call our office at (888) 908.0143. DUE TO CONSTRUCTION our West Palm Beach office is located temporarily at: 801 Northpoint Pkwy, West Palm Beach, FL 33407 ***NOT at the N Military Trail, Suite 207, West Palm Beach, FL 33409.

Have a quick question but don’t want to call our office? Get help in seconds with our Live Chat feature. Our office can also be reached via email ar info@docmj.com. DocMJ Patient Care Coordinators are available to help answer your questions and concerns Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM and Saturday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. If you are unable to reach us over the phone, please leave a voice message with your name, phone number and the reason for your call, and a Patient Care Coordinator will return your call within 24 hours.

Once your appointment is scheduled, you will receive a confirmation email as well as an email containing your electronic intake forms. It is important that these forms are completed AT LEAST 24 hours prior to your appointment. If your intake forms are not completed prior to your appointment, your appointment may be cancelled and a $50 fee assessed to your account. Please see our cancellation policy for more information.

All patients are required to provide medical records as well as a Florida drivers license or State ID card. Please be sure to bring your drivers license or State ID card with you to your appointment. Bringing a physical copy of your medical records to your appointment is not required but is strongly recommended. Please note, medical records that have been uploaded to a disk or a USB flash drive cannot be accepted. Don’t have access to your records? That’s not a problem! Our office can request records for you.

During your appointment, your Florida medical marijuana doctor will review your intake forms, go over your medical history and answer any questions you might have. If you are approved for a medical marijuana recommendation by your doctor, you will then be assigned a Patient ID Number and entered into the Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry. Upon being entered into the Registry, the Florida Department of Health Office of Medical Marijuana Use, or OMMU for short, will email you instructions on how to complete the application and submit your state-required $75 yearly fee. If you experience any issues while completing your application or submitting your payment, please contact the OMMU directly at (800) 808.9580 or medicalmarijuanause@flhealth.gov. The OMMU’s website also offers a full list of Instructional Guides.

Please allow 7-21 business days for your application and payment to be processed. Once your application is approved, the OMMU will send you an email with a temporary card that can be used to purchase products immediately from any Florida dispensary.

 

What Conditions Qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card in West Palm Beach?

 

In order to be eligible for a medical marijuana card in the state of Florida, you must be a permanent or temporary resident with a diagnosis of a qualifying condition. Temporary Florida residents may use any two of the following documents to prove temporary residency: 

 

A mortgage statement or deed

A utility work order

A utility bill

A piece of mail from any financial institution

A piece of mail from any government agency

Proof of a Florida residential address combined with a supporting statement from the person with whom you’re residing

Any other documentation that reflects proof of a Florida residential address

 

If you’re a temporary resident, please review our blog Here’s How Snowbirds & Temporary Residents Qualify for Florida Medical Marijuana to learn more about how you can still qualify for your Florida medical marijuana card.

 

According to Florida’s Amendment 2, the following diagnosable conditions may be eligible for a medical marijuana recommendation, including:

 

Anxiety

ALS (Lou Gehrig’s)

Anorexia

Arthritis

Back Pain

Cachexia (Wasting Syndrome)

Cancer

Crohn’s Disease

Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome

Diabetes

Epilepsy

Glaucoma

Hepatitis C

HIV

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (with chronic abdominal pain)

Lyme Disease

Migraine

Multiple Sclerosis

Muscle Spasms

Muscular Dystrophy

Parkinson’s Disease

Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)

Seizures

Severe & Chronic Pain

Severe Nausea

Sickle Cell Anemia

Spasticity

Any Terminal Condition

Other Condition of Similar Kind Or Class

Be sure to complete our online eligibility survey to find out if you pre-qualify for a Florida medical marijuana recommendation today! Completing the survey takes just 5 minutes or less. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay up-to-date on all things Florida medical marijuana!