Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Jacksonville
Jacksonville is the most populated city in all of Florida so it’s no surprise that the city’s medical marijuana industry is thriving! Approved patients who live in or near the city of Jacksonville have a wide array of MMTC’s (Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers) to choose from, such as Trulieve, Fluent, Curaleaf, and Surterra Wellness, just to name a few. A full list of medical marijuana dispensaries in Jacksonville can be found on our website at DocMJ.com under the resources tab.
If you’re a permanent or temporary resident of Jacksonville and would like to become a legal Florida medical marijuana patient, our group of renowned, certified Florida medical cannabis physicians have you covered!
Get Approved for Medical Marijuana in Jacksonville
The first step to becoming a legal Florida medical marijuana patient is completing our easy, online eligibility survey. After completing the survey, you will find out instantly if you pre-qualify for a recommendation. Next, you will be able to schedule your in-person exam with one of our recommending physicians. For the convenience of our patients, we now have two office locations in Jacksonville located at:
9901 San Jose Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32257
3117 Spring Glen Rd #404
Jacksonville, FL 32207
To schedule an appointment, simply visit DocMJ.com and click ‘BOOK NOW!’ at the top of the page, or schedule your appointment over the phone with one of our Patient Care Coordinators by calling (888) 908.0143. Our office staff can be reached Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM and Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM by phone or by email at email@example.com. We also offer a Live Chat option on our website. Please note, our administrative office is closed on Sundays. We’re also available on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to answer any questions you may have prior to scheduling your appointment. Be sure to like and follow us on social media to stay up-to-date on Florida medical marijuana news.
After your appointment date and time is secured, our office will email you a set of electronic intake forms. These forms must be completed at least 24 hours prior to arriving for your appointment, otherwise your exam may be cancelled and a fee assessed to your account. Please review our full Billing Policy for more information. If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment for any reason, you may do so on our website through the DocMJ Patient Portal. Please review our cancellation policy before cancelling or rescheduling your appointment. You will need to provide our office with medical records or documentation from a licensed medical professional. If you do not have your records on hand or are unable to access them, let us know and our office will be happy to request them for you. You will also need to provide us with your Florida drivers license or State ID card. Please be sure to bring your ID with you to your appointment.
During your appointment, your physician will review your records, intake forms, and will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition and medical cannabis. If you are approved for a recommendation, your physician will enter your information into the Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry, allowing you to apply for your Registry ID Card through the Florida Department of Health’s OMMU (Office of Medical Marijuana Use). Please be aware, the $75 state-required fee for your Registry ID Card is separate from the exam fee you pay to your physician’s office and is due when you apply for your card. According to the OMMU, the average application approval time is currently 7-21 business days. For any questions or concerns regarding your application, you may contact the OMMU directly at (800) 808.9580 or firstname.lastname@example.org. DocMJ is unable to provide patients with any application updates as we do not have access to that information.
What Conditions Qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card in Jacksonville?
Eligible conditions for a Florida medical marijuana include:
Cachexia (Wasting Syndrome)
Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (with chronic abdominal pain)
Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)
Severe & Chronic Pain
Sickle Cell Anemia
Any Terminal Condition
Other Condition of Similar Kind Or Class
In order to be eligible for a recommendation for medical marijuana in the state of Florida, you must be a permanent or temporary resident. If you are a temporary resident, you may use any 2 of the documents listed below to prove temporary residency:
Mortgage statement or deed
Utility work order
Mail from any financial institution
Mail from any government agency
Proof of a Florida residential address combined with a supporting statement from the person with whom you’re residing
Other documentation that reflects proof of a Florida residential address
Our blog Here’s How Snowbirds & Temporary Residents Qualify for Florida Medical Marijuana can provide you with more detailed information on how to qualify as a temporary Florida resident.
DocMJ Is Here For You
While the process of becoming a legal Florida medical marijiana patient may seem challenging, our team is here to guide you every step of the way. Don’t hesitate—contact us today!