MedMar Medical is a Quincy, Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Doctor
The physicians of MedMar Medical banned together to connect Quincy patients to the medical cannabis treatments they need. Their compassionate and caring medical marijuana physicians evaluate patients for a state issued Medical Marijuana Card. MedMar Medical - Quincy is currently accepting Rhode Island residents in their office who need a doctor's certification to get a Rhode Island Medical Cannabis Card. MedMar Medical - Quincy also looks out for patients in Maine. MedMar Medical - Quincy now offers residents of Maine the necessary certification form for their state. MedMar Medical - Quincy does not prescribe medical cannabis or physically assist patients in the cultivation, use or obtaining marijuana.
New patients will need to provide the physicians of MedMar Medical - Quincy with their medical records from their PCP or specialist. Patients will also need to show their diagnosis, testing results as well as treatment and medications list. Patients that are renewing their Medical Marijuana Card through MedMar do not need to provide medical records unless there have been significant changes from the last appointment. The professional and attentive physicians of MedMar Medical are excited to help Quincy patients gain access to the medical treatment they need.
MedMar Medical is proud to provide their medical marijuana services to the patients of Quincy, Massachusetts. Patients in North Quincy, Wollaston, Squantum, Marina Bay, Quincy Center, Quincy Point, Adams Shore, West Quincy, South Quincy, Norfolk Downs, Atlantic and Houghs Neck are in close vicinity of MedMar Medical office. The cannabis doctors of MedMar Medical also happily service surrounding cities; Braintree, Weymouth, Milton, Randolph, Norwood, and Dedham.
Quincy, Massachusetts resides in Norfolk County and is considered to be part of Boston’s southern suburb. It features Adams National Historic Park which preserves the homes of former Presidents of the United States John Adams and John Quincy Adams. It also maintains the home of U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain, Charles Francis Adams and of historic writers Henry Adams and Brooks Adams.