** NEW OFFICES NOW OPEN **
OFFICE NOW OPEN IN FRESNO, TULARE AND BAKERSFIELD
Tulare Office number for appointments is (559) 467-5656
Bakersfield Office number for appointments is (661) 391-9490
Fresno Office number for appointments is (559) 412-2004
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WE DO NOT PROVIDE ONLINE APPOINTMENTS ALL APPOINTMENTS ARE MADE BY PHONE
Standard recommendation is $60.00 Wallet ID is optional for an additional $10.00. Renewal for existing patients of Cannamedicine Clinic will be $50. Wallet ID is optional for an additional $10.00. *Please be aware that if you are not an existing patient at our clinic, you are considered a new patient, and will be charged at the New Patient level**
THE $40 AND $60 SPECIALS WITH FREE ID HAS ENDED
Exemptions (wallet ID for an additional $10) available for those who meet qualifying criteria. MUST have medical records for all exemptions. No exceptions
HIPPA Compliant facility. All information you provide is protected by HIPPA regulations
Our office is open from 9 AM to 5 PM: Monday through Friday Closed on all Federal Holidays Call for an appointment at (559) 412-2004 today. Walk ins are welcome, but please be aware that those patients with appointments will be seen before patients without appointments *Making and appointment is recommended*
CASH ONLY. [Credit cards accepted in the near future.]
PLEASE REMEMBER TO BRING:
**VALID AND CURRENT** CALIFORNIA DRIVERS LICENSE OR CALIFORNIA ID
MEDICAL RECORDS AND MEDICATION LIST
WITH YOU ON YOUR VISIT
We observe all federal holidays and will not be seeing patients on those days.
Our goal at Cannamedicine Clinic is to provide all of our patients with safe, professional, confidential, respectful and courteous service.
Cannamedicine Clinic is closed on all Federal Holidays
Canna Medicine Clinic-Tulare
Canna Medicine Clinic strives to offer the best in compassionate and thorough medical marijuana evaluations and recommendations in the Tulare, California area. Placing emphasis on treating patients as individuals with unique concerns and questions, Dr. Wiggins and the team at Canna Medicine Clinic work hard to remove the taboo of medical cannabis and provide patients with knowledge and access to this alternative medicine.
Dr. James Wiggins earned his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, serving his residency at UC Davis and eventually being named Chief Resident of Family Medicine. Dr. Wiggins boasts more than twenty-two years of experience, and his method as doctor is to treat and evaluate each patient’s total health, using both traditional and alternative medicine practices to help lastingly heal his patients. He first discovered medical cannabis after being introduced to its many potential benefits by a friend who was already working in the medical marijuana industry. He thoroughly researched the science behind medical marijuana and what he found was incredibly in line with his holistic treatment philosophies, especially more so than traditional profit-minded Western prescription drugs. Dr. Wiggins decided to open Canna Medicine Clinic Tulare’s doors to help patients gain access to a caring clinical doctor and factual education regarding medical marijuana.
At Canna Medicine Clinic Tulare, patient education takes priority. Each team member is highly educated, able to take the time explaining the realities of cannabis as a medicine to patients. They strive to eliminate the stigma associated with medical marijuana and give patients the confidence to comfortably use it as a tool to regain their health. In addition to examining patient suitability for medical cannabis, Dr. Wiggins evaluates each patient holistically and will gladly recommend how to deal with issues while working with their primary care or other specialist doctors.
Committed to the philosophy of health over profit, Canna Medicine Clinic Tulare is proud to provide discounts to veterans and renewal patients. Their kind staff will gladly help patients with any follow-up concerns over the phone during business hours. Walk-ins are available on a first come, first-served basis, with scheduled appointments taking priority.
Canna Medicine Clinic in located in the heart of Tulare, off the 99 highway and located centrally between Bakersfield and Fresno. The team proudly serves the Tagus, Paige, Visalia, Midvalley, Waukena, Swall, Loma, Farmersville, Exeter, List, Remnoy, Hanford, Woodville, Angiola, Porterville and Kingsburg communities.
Tulare lies in the heart of the Central California Valley in Tulare County. A smaller city, it is host to the annual Tulare County Fairgrounds, as well as the Tulare Outlet Center, providing shoppers with experiences ranging from Calvin Klein to Eddie Bauer, and Nike to Van Heusen. An hour’s drive east is the Sequoia National Park, Sequoia National Forest, Slate Mountain, Hockett Peak, and the tall Kern Peak, providing hundreds of miles of campgrounds, hiking trails and biking paths. From Fresno to Bakersfield, Canna Medicine Clinic Tulare is here to help you understand and access medical cannabis.
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Went to another doctor and saw 20 people in waiting room at about noon, the lady told me to come back at 4:30 and maybe I could be seen then. Heard about this place so u headed down to tulare. Walked in and no one was waiting, very clean office location. The lady's working there were very knowledgeable and professional, it was a very easy process and recommend it to anyone looking to get their card. Try this one first! Dispensery is right across the plaza so walk out of the doctor into paradise.
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.