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(IECC) Inland Empire Cannabis Consultants is a Temecula Medical Marijuana Clinic
The warm and friendly staff of Inland Empire Cannabis Consultants - Temecula are excited to provide medical marijuana evaluations to patients in the IE. Inland Empire Cannabis Consultants - Temecula is dedicated to providing alternative care for pain management and anxiety that is holistic and natural. IECC - Temecula offers a pathway for patients to get of off harmful pharmaceuticals and into a treatment plant that doesn’t involve narcotics. Committed to sharing the benefits of medical marijuana, IECC loves to see their patients progress as well as welcome new or prospective cannabis users.
The doctor of IECC - Temecula has had five decades of experience in the medical field and is wholehearted in his pursuit of supplying patients the resources needed to access cannabis. Dr. Thomas Wiggins graduated from the University of Illinois, specializing in Anesthesiology. He has also been a longstanding champion in medicine and is responsible for introducing Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) to Ventura County, despite the wishes of the state. The catalyst that inspired Dr. Wiggins to research medical marijuana came when two people close to him faced serious ailments that could be managed with cannabis. His lawyer was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease and good friend and high school football coach got pancreatic cancer. Distraught over his friends struggles, he began to seek alternative forms of treatment, and found medical marijuana safe and effective.
The Temecula medical cannabis staff of Inland Empire Cannabis Consultants are compassionate, kind and professional. Each Temecula patient is greeted with a welcoming smile, and their office manager Laurie is an all-star at making patients feel safe and comfortable during their visit. Dr. Wiggins assess patients thoughtfully, and is attentive to the needs of each individual. IECC has done house-calls for homebound patients suffering from debilitating conditions. Overall, their mission is to ensure that Inland Empire patients have access to natural and holistic medicine.
Inland Empire Cannabis Consultants proudly services Temecula, California including neighborhoods; Paloma Del Sol, Rainbow Canyon Village, Windsor Crest, Country Manor Estates, Wolf Creek and Colina Vista. As well as surrounding cities; Dutch Village, Murrieta, Valle De Los Caballos, South Park, Glenoak Hills, De Luz Heights, Rainbow, Butterfield Lake Estates, Radec, Sage, and Sycamore Springs.
Temecula rests in the southwestern region of Riverside County, California and is bordered by the city of Murrieta and the Pechanga Indian Reservation. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy a trip to Skinner Reservoir, or ‘Lake Skinner’ which is located at the foot of Bachelor Mountain. Or catch the annual Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival and watch colorful hot air balloons ascend into the sky while sipping on a glass of wine. If you have a passion for the road, check out Temecula’s Harley-Davidson shop; featuring signature motorcycles and apparel.
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I won't be renewing here based on the 30 day window which isn't a flexible policy at all IMHO. When I did sign up as a new patient last year I had no problems however.
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If you don't care about money go here it cost $70 for a renewal.... I went to the same doctor last year and it cost $45 why would the price go up when it is legal now anyways? RIP OFF
Apparently my previous Dr is no longer available. I found IECC on Weedmaps and decided to visit for my renewal. I was pleasantly surprised to find an actual professional office and Dr Wiggins was there! The staff was very nice and knowledgeable while answering my questions.. Dr Wiggins was SO NICE! He understood my medical problems and talked to me at length about CBD and how it can help my condition. Honestly, this is the best experience I've had and this is my 5th renewal.. Thank you IECC!
first things first i will be seeking a new Dr. next time. I showed up to my appointment with the person who refered me and my friend asked do you still have the discount for being refered by a current patiant and with a snippy attitiude she said no we dont do that. then my friend asked how much it was for a new patiant she said $89 my friend said wow it has gone up and he continued to say I got my 99 at the wichester office amd they said a regular rec. was $65 and he had a bussness card that had a discount for new patiants $55 the lady at the temecula office said that is not ours but it says IECC and both of there address they were very rude and when I went in to see dr. wiggins he laughed at me and said xanex wont help I was very disappointed
Sat down.. Talked and drank water with like minded adults.. Had a quick evaluation with the doc.. Printed and laminated my rec.. Paid the lady.. Out in 20 mins on a Saturday.. This will be my seventh year here, and I have never been disappointed.. Thanks!
I've been getting my recommendation for about 5 years now and this is the only place I go!!
I don't know what these reviews are about but I did not get good vibes from this place when I walked into the office the girl at the front looked at me like I was crazy I thought I was in the wrong place when I told her I had an appointment she talked so fast and went thru everything so fast the next thing I knew I had my reccs they were not professional just very quick the only professional was the male medical assistant so quick yes but professional not at all just glad to have my renewal
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.