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Schedule by selecting your state above or call/text us at 240-356-1000 to set up your consultation over the phone. We offer same-day appointments, so you can be seen by our doctor within 15 minutes of scheduling!
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Our doctor will determine whether you qualify for a medical card after a quick 10-15 minute evaluation.
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If approved by the doctor, we will assist you with any other steps necessary to become officially certified for medical cannabis. This typically involves registering with the state.
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I had a tele-visit on my cell phone with one of the doctors there and it very pleasant and didn't take long to get certified for my Medical Marijuana card, I highly recommend Green Health Docs for their knowledge, patience, professionalism and quick response.
Well, I had an issue with my # and the Doctor couldn’t find my registration in the computer at ONESTOP, nevertheless they did everything to assist me getting the mess straightened out. Within a days time, my number was registered in the computer and I hope by tomorrow that I will be able to go shopping. Thanks Green Health Docs for being attentive and responsive.
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Dr. Anand Dugar is a board-certified anesthesiologist and pain medicine physician. Completing his Anesthesiology residency at The University of Pittsburgh in 2008 and practicing over the last 10 years, Dr. Dugar saw first-hand the damage the opioid epidemic was wreaking on so many lives. In 2015, Dr. Dugar began researching medical cannabis and noticed the significant benefits that countless patients in other states were experiencing. In Feb 2017, Dr. Dugar opened the first Green Health Docs clinic in Frederick, MD and since then Green Health Docs has expanded to multiple locations all across Maryland, Missouri and 15 other states. Dr. Dugar and the team at Green Health Docs are very passionate about providing access to medical cannabis for as many people as possible in as many states as possible.
Benefits of Having a Medical Cannabis Card in Recreational States
Even if you live in a recreational-use state, there are several advantages to becoming a medical marijuana patient.
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In many cases, yes. Some states are allowing telemedicine evaluations. This means that you can complete your physician’s evaluation online and then apply for your medical marijuana card. The card—or at least the temporary card—is usually delivered via email, so you can complete every step of the registration process without leaving home. Telemedicine is not available in all states.
Our physicians can only certify patients who have a qualifying condition. However, if we assess you and are unable to provide you with a certification, you receive a 100% refund. There’s no risk in scheduling your evaluation.
In order to qualify, you must reside in a state with a medical marijuana program and have a qualifying condition. Qualifying conditions vary by state. Common examples include AIDS/HIV, Alzheimer’s, cachexia, cancer, chronic pain, glaucoma, PTSD, and seizures.
If you have a medical need for cannabis but you don’t have a qualifying condition, we still recommend speaking with a physician. Many states will still allow a patient to receive medical marijuana if a physician concludes that the patient would benefit from cannabis treatment.
If a child has a qualifying condition, the parent or guardian can usually register as a caretaker and administer medical marijuana treatment. Note that some states only allow children under 18 to access medical marijuana in extreme circumstances.
Your physician’s certification is good for one year in most states. You’ll need to renew it before you renew your medical marijuana card.
Not in most cases. You’ll use your physician’s recommendation to obtain your medical marijuana card. Then you’ll carry your card to gain access to dispensaries. There are exceptions, though. For example, Maryland doesn’t require you to carry a medical marijuana card. You can enter MD dispensaries with just your written certification and your Patient ID Number.
No. You can only use your card in the state where you are certified. However, if you visit a state with a reciprocal medical marijuana agreement, you can register for a temporary card in that state. You may need to provide your existing medical marijuana card and physician’s certification to apply for your temporary card.
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