Certifying Medical Cannabis Doctors in Key Largo, FL
The 1st step to get or renew your Florida medical marijuana card in Key Largo, is to find a local doctor or clinic that can help. To find a med marijuana doctor near you, contact one below, look on our near me map, or simply fill out the MMJ Patient Registration Form and one will contact you. See if you qualify today!
Dr Ian Rae 1.7mi101451 Overseas Highway Key Largo 33037
Dr Josefa Binker 27.0mi70 Northwest 8th Street Homestead 33030
Dr Jose Cobiella 27.2mi950 North Krome Avenue Homestead 33030
CannaMed Group 27.5mi1408 Northeast 1st Avenue Homestead 33030
Miracle Leaf – Palmetto Bay 36.8mi13983 South Dixie Highway Miami 33157
Dr Andrew Pastewski 38.1mi9299 Coral Reef Drive Miami 33176
How to Get Certified for Medical Cannabis in Key Largo
If you’re ready, we make it easy to connect with a Key Largo medical marijuana doctor. Cannabis recommendations are good for 210 days which typically include with the initial visit plus three 70-day refills prior to visiting a certifying doctor again to renew.
To get started, fill out the patient registration form below and press submit. A doctor’s office representative will contact you to review and schedule an appointment. Legal Full & Part Time Residents Only Please
MMJ Patient Registration Form
Dispensaries Near Key Largo
After visiting with a Key Largo marijuana doctor and getting certified, you can buy a variety of high quality cannabis products at local dispensaries near you.
Key Largo Veterans For Medical Marijuana
Medical marijuana is being proved as a treatment for mental health issues such as PTSD that many of our Veterans in Key Largo live with on a daily basis. One Combat Wounded Veteran stated when asked if medical marijuana helped his PTSD, “Weed is a miracle for PTSD, sometimes I think I smoke a lot, then it occurred to me that I haven’t wanted to hit anyone in 6 months!”
Florida Veterans are prescribed hard hitting prescription drugs including anti-psychotic, antidepressants and opioids in abundance. Several states including Illinois and New York have added Opioid Use Disorders to their qualifying conditions list substituting medical marijuana in place of hardcore drugs. Currently, veterans have to go out of the VA network to a civilian medical marijuana doctor to get certified.