Relief Clinic is an Auburn Medical Cannabis Clinic in Maine
Relief Clinic Auburn is a Medical Marijuana Clinic in Maine that empowers patients to take their health and livelihood into their own hands through holistic alternative medicine. Applying fifteen years of medical practice to supply patients with the resources compliant with the Maine Medical Use of Marijuana Program (MMMP). Their medical cannabis staff understands the medical uses of cannabis and the MMMP rules. Relief Clinic provides Auburn with safe, professional medical cannabis examinations from experienced and compassionate practitioners.
The nurse practitioners of Relief Clinic aim to service Auburn with top-notch medical marijuana care and consultation. Relief Clinic Auburn accepts walk-ins; however patients and potential patients can also schedule an appointment online or by calling their office. Relief Clinic Auburn also provides home visits for homebound patients or patients seeking a more discreet method of cannabis consultation. Relief Clinic was drawn to the Auburn area due to the growing and continual need for medical marijuana; and strongly believes in the diverse medical benefits of using cannabis as an alternative form of medicine. Their goal is to provide thoughtful, and caring medical marijuana consultations to Auburn patients suffering from debilitating medical conditions. Between a team of experienced providers and warm, welcoming staff, every patient of Relief Clinic is given a positive experience with every visit. Relief Clinic prides itself on striving daily to be the best staff in the cannabusiness, valuing every individual that comes through their doors.
Relief Clinic Auburn offers a 10% discounts and are available to be reached by patients for follow-up questions or inquires via phone, email or through their website’s contact form. Relief Clinic Auburn follows up with their medical marijuana patients after six months by phone call and send a follow-up letter to patients that couldn’t be reached by phone. Ensuring that every patient is getting the maximum medical cannabis attentiveness they need. The nurse practitioners of Relief Clinic Auburn takes an individualized approach to medical marijuana by getting to know their patients and understanding their pain. They work with their patients to develop a treatment plan that specially fits the lifestyle and medical needs of each person.
Relief Clinic offers Auburn Medical Marijuana Evaluations, in-home visits for those travel challenged and discreet services. Before attending your first appointment at Relief Clinic Auburn be sure to bring with you; proof of Maine residency (Driver's License or State ID) as well medical records, which are strongly recommended and occasionally required for chronic pain patients. Recertifying and Renewal patients should bring their medical marijuana certification card, Maine driver’s license or State ID and any related medical records should there be any critical updates to your health condition. Walk-ins are always welcomed though Relief Clinic Auburn recommends calling ahead or scheduling an appointment.
Relief Clinic happily services medical cannabis patients in the Auburn, Maine area including; North Auburn, West Auburn, Marston Corner, Penley Corner, Haskell Corner, Harmons Corner, Auburn Plains, Youngs Corner, Royal Corner, Rumford Junction, Rowe Corner, Danville Corner, Danville, Stevens Mill, New Auburn, East Auburn, Lewiston Junction, Littlefield Corner and Murphy Corner. Relief Clinic Auburn also provides services to surrounding cities, including but not limited to; Lewiston, Lisbon, Durham, Poland, Mechanic Falls, Minot, Hebron, Greene, Sabattus, Wales, Turner, Norway Oxford, Casco and Bowdoin.
Auburn is a city in Maine and the county seat of Androscoggin County; locals commonly refer to it as one of two “Twin Cities” a title shared with neighboring town Lewiston. Mountaineers can enjoy Lost Valley Ski Area, which features fifteen trail’s on its eastern facing slopes served by two ski lifts. Or pay a visit to historical landmark Engine House, an old former fire station built in 1879, located on the corner of Court and Spring Streets in Downtown Auburn. Explore the trails of Mount Apatite best known for its geological formations of apatite and tourmaline crystals.