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I've used these ladies since i got her in 2011 never a issue. the last chick was kinda iffy. really grouchy, the new ladies though. shoot in and out and sometimes done before you know it lol.
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It's very easy to obtain a medical marijuana recommendation nowadays. Bakersfield 420 Evaluations makes it very easy. If you make an appointment online on their website, you'll get discounted prices. For renewal, I paid $39. The medical paperwork is somewhat lengthy but most of it are forms to sign. The doctor I spoke with was through a Skype phone call in a private room, where I merely described my symptoms to him and he immediately gave me the go-ahead. That was it. I sign my recommendation with the official gold seal and was out within 15 minutes. If you have at all any doubts or nerves about getting a medical card, go here for a painless and quick process! Nothing to be intimidated about, it's all very relaxed.
I went in with my grandmother a little hesitant about the whole place to begin with, but after seeing the knowledgeable doctor and asking him questions about what he would recommend for my grandmother i completely changed my whole perspective on The Cannabis Doctor bogus nonsense i had set my mind on.
the girls in the office are very helpful and knowledgeable in guiding us in the right direction as of where to purchase my grandmothers medicine. overall i give this place a 10 star review they quickly changed my whole point of view. i highly recommend anyone and everyone in need to get their Medical Marijuana Card to go visit Bakersfield 420 Evaluations
This was my first time to a MMJ doctor's office, so I'll throw 'em a bone and give it 4 stars for it's accessibility, I mean it's easily found right off of Chester St., plenty of parking, and I liked that there was a guard sitting outside (but it made me wonder why the need). Beyond that, this place is a serious dump with a lot of Skinny Pete and Badger looking dudes siting in plastic chairs watching some R-rated movie (where some girl was getting drilled) and waiting for the doc? nurse practitioner? I don't know, because when I attempted to get the attention of the woman at the front "desk" (actually a long card table), she stone-cold ignored me and everybody else who was waiting there and would not turn around until she was good and ready to bark out someone's name to come forward. I left because I didn't feel safe giving these unprofessional people my medical information and because of the rude staff. P.S. I don't mean to knock the patrons--the Skinny Petes and Badgers--in the place; they actually seemed like very cool and mellow folk.
I liked this place and have no complaints other than the staff's unwelcoming looks and behavior. It didn't take too long to be seen and the doctor was very friendly.
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I went here to renew my recommendation a few days ago and it was super packed! I had made an appointment but it wasn't honored for some reason, I guess because they were busy, not sure. I was also told in an email that I would only have to pay $40 for my renewal but they told me that I had to pay $60 since it had been longer than 3 months since my rec had expired, so I was kinda bummed out about that to be honest but it's cool. Overall, a pretty nice place and pretty fast as well.
had a problem with my card last year and they fixed me right up having the same problem this year and I have to go all the way down there to fix it on the bus but Its worth it other then that staff has always been great process quick and everything was great just wish your hours of operation were somewhere on the site or on your fb page so I know what time I can go in and take care of the issue Thank you 420 Eval
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Paid $60 as a new patient. I am suffering from stage 3 cancer. Was done in about 30 mins. The rec is accepted everywhere I go.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS: The Compassionate Use Act of 1996 ensures that seriously ill Californians have the right to obtain and use cannabis for medical purposes where medical use is deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician who has determined that the person’s health would benefit from the use of medical cannabis. Recommendations must come from an attending physician as defined in Section 11362.7 of the Health and Safety Code. Cannabis is a Schedule I drug according to the federal Controlled Substances Act. Activity related to cannabis use is subject to federal prosecution, regardless of the protections provided by state law.