All You Need to Know About MMJ, Doctors, and Certification

Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most. If you can’t find it here, just give us a call (833)420-4207

frequently asked questions

Patients who are able to safely access medical cannabis must first live in a state where it’s medically legal, have a diagnosed qualifying condition according to their state’s guidelines, and be certified by a qualifying physician in that state.

All medical providers working with Get Canna Card are licensed and authorized to practice medicine in their respective states and are in full compliance with those state’s medical cannabis programs. They all possess extensive working knowledge of the therapeutic benefits of medical cannabis and can further explain how this medicine can offer relief from your condition.

Yes, we can! Many patients come to us that suffer from a debilitating condition who have never used cannabis before. For this reason, our doctors will obtain your full medical history to determine how cannabis can best offer you relief.

We strongly encourage patients to bring any relevant medical records with them when they attend their appointment. If a patient needs help obtaining medical records that show a diagnosis of a qualifying condition, they can sign the appropriate release for us to do so.

We do not prescribe marijuana. A “prescription” is a specific, federally used term that requires a doctor to specify the dosage and method of ingestion fora specific type of medicine. Our medical providers will discuss various treatment plans with you, including the use of medical cannabis, to alleviate the symptoms of your qualifying condition. If qualified, you will receive a medical cannabis certification.
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