Our primary focus is to support patients seeking cannabis based alternative treatments that may improve their quality of life, reduce symptoms, and raise their overall sense of wellness at an affordable price.
Medical Marijuana Treatment Clinics of Florida maintains a primary focus of supporting patients seeking effective cannabis-based alternative treatments at an affordable price. With the insight and knowledge of our specially trained doctors and medical staff, MMTC specializes in prolonging not only life but quality of life, by relieving the suffering of those with conditions which have been shown to be affected by medical cannabis.
MMTC came into existence after Dr. Joseph Dorn spent twelve years of working in hospice care for terminally ill patients. Patients suffering from painful and debilitating conditions were often given ineffective traditional medicine as opposed to natural medical cannabis for pain management and treatment. This first-hand insight into the needs of patients meant that when medical marijuana was made legal in Florida in 2016, the medical staff of MMTC knew that they wanted to make a career out of connecting patients to medical cannabis treatments which could make real changes to their lives.
Our qualified physicians and staff always adhere to the guidelines set by the Florida Medical Marijuana Legalization Amendment 2, provide bonafide relationships between patients and doctors, and are happy to help with any questions or concerns. All patients receive responsible, legitimate medical evaluations.
Medical Marijuana Treatment Clinics of Florida operates from clinics throughout the state. Visit mmtcfl.com to find the location nearest to you.
MMTCFL MAKES GETTING A MEDICAL CANNABIS RECOMMENDATION SIMPLE
Step 1 - Find out if you qualify
Answer a few questions at MMTCFL.com/survey to see if you meet the basic requirements for treatment with medical marijuana under Florida’s Compassionate Care Act.
Step 2 - Meet your provider
Make an appointment online at mmtcfl.com or by calling (850) 906-5000. Under the Florida Compassionate Care Act, aka Amendment 2, patients are required to bring with them proof of diagnosis and prior treatment. Your provider will review with you your medical history and past reactions to treatments to determine whether cannabis-based treatment can improve your condition. Together you will discuss treatment options for your specific medical needs. You will then be entered into the Registry and receive a Patient ID number.
You can see more about our medical staff at MMTCFL.com.
Step 3 - Apply for your card
Using your Patient ID number, you can then submit an application for your Florida Registry ID card either online at https://bit.ly/2x4yTd9 or by filling out and mailing the paper application you received upon completion of your appointment.
Step 4 - Fill your recommendation at a licensed dispensary
When you have your ID card, you can visit a licensed dispensary to purchase your order. Many dispensaries also offer delivery options.
If you have any questions or wish to discuss this further, please call (850) 906-5000 or toll free at (844) 682-8261. Our office is open from 9am to 5pm Monday-Friday.
This location is accepting new patients! See if you're qualified at https://mmtcfl.com/survey
Medical Marijuana Treatment Clinics of Florida operates from clinics throughout the state, with new locations frequently added as we grow. Visit mmtcfl.com to find the location nearest to you.