The AnnexCannabis Doctor Longwood FL – First Visit

Cannabis Doctor Longwood FL – First Visit

Cannabis Doctor Longwood FL - What to Expect from Your First Visit

An appointment with our medical marijuana doctor is no different than seeing any other type of physician. Your visit is considered part of your confidential medical record and our doctor will only discuss your medical condition and the best options for you with a marijuana medical treatment program.

Please complete the following four documents to bring with you on your first visit:

 New Patient Intake Form
DOH Consent
Medical Records Release Form   
MMUR Info Sheet

Your Medical Marijuana Evaluation By Our Cannabis Doctor

Our doctor will perform an exam for your condition and review your current medical records and any diagnosis documentation you may have. We will also go over any questions you have regarding medical marijuana.

In most cases, we will also be able to determine your medical cannabis certification immediately.  If you qualify then we will review the best treatment plans for your condition, and submit your information to the Medical Marijuana Use Registry to get you started.

You can check the status of your application by going to the Florida State Medical Marijuana Use Registry.

Medical Marijuana Appointment Checklist

To ensure a successful visit with our Longwood, Florida medical marijuana doctor, be sure to bring the following with you to your appointment:

Proof of Identification

Bring one of the following:

  • Current and valid State Driver’s License
  • Current and valid State ID card
  • Current military issued ID card

Appropriate Medical Documentation

Bring along any necessary medical documentation to support your diagnosis. This includes:

  • Recent medical records
  • List of current prescriptions (if any)
  • Physician’s letter (optional)
  • X-rays, MRI’s or other test results (if applicable)
  • Links to above forms

Our Cannabis Doctor Longwood FL is Certified by the State of Florida


Our Payment Methods Include:

  • Check, credit card or money order for payment.