Getting a Medical Marijuana ID Card in Englewood, FL

Regulated cannabis products are available to qualified patients that are approved by a certifying doctor.

Do you…

  • Have a medical condition that marijuana may help?

  • Take one or more drugs prescribed by doctors and want to explore holistic treatment options?

  • Want to learn more about the medicinal benefits of cannabis?

What Does Having a Marijuana Card Do?

Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry ID Card Example

A Florida Marijuana ID Card is a Medical Marijuana Use Registry identification card issued by the state. These allow qualified patients access to buy cannabis products from licensed Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers, or MMTC. 

If you have a medical condition that qualifies, which many do, you can get a marijuana card after visiting with a certified doctor. After getting your Florida medical card you are allowed to shop at any Florida dispensary to buy CBD and THC cannabis products…legally!

How to Get Your Florida Marijuana ID Card

Getting a Medical Marijuana ID Card in Englewood, FL has never been easier. To visit with a doctor and get certified for a marijuana card, you must be a full or part time Florida resident, are 18 or older, or have parental consent.

Schedule an appointment and visit with a medical marijuana doctor in Englewood. 1st time appointments must be done face to face with the doctor. If approved, the certifying doctor will login and register the patient with the Medical Marijuana Use Registry.

If you live in Englewood full or part time, and are interested in medical marijuana for treatment of a qualifying medical condition, you do not need a recommendation from your primary care provider to make an appointment.

To get started now, fill out the MMJ Patient Registration Form below, press submit and a clinic representative will contact you as available.

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Are there any other associated fees?

After receiving a cannabis recommendation from your doctor, login to the Office of Medical Marijuana Use website at mmuregistry.flhealth.gov to complete the electronic application. Many times, the helpful staff an the medical card clinic will assist with this. There is a processing fee of $75 charged by the state that will be paid at this time online or by mail. A $2.75 convenience fee is charged for each online payment.

The cost to change information, replace or surrender your marijuana ID card is $15. Physical application and payments can be mailed to:

Office of Medical Marijuana Use

PO Box 31313

Tampa, FL 33631-3313

Need help with your application or to check the status of a pending one? Please call: 800.808.9580.

What’s next after that?

Shortly after paying the state, an email will be sent to the now certified patient. This email will suffice as your medical marijuana ID card prior to a physical one showing up in the mail.

Newly minted and freshly renewed MMJ patients can shop immediately once the email is received or their card is renewed. The different MMTC’s, that is what the state calls dispensaries, all have online menus available or walk in is welcomed as well. There are several that offer delivery in Englewood.

It’s renewal time, what do I do?

Every 210 days, or within, to keep an active medical marijuana card, patients have to visit with their MMJ doctor. This can now be done online using MedCard telemedicine or in person. It is one of the friendlier doctor visits in life.

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