What is a Medical Marijuana identification card (MMIC) and how can it help me?
The MMIC identifies the cardholder as a person protected under the provisions of Prop 215 and SB 420. It is used to help law enforcement identify the cardholder as being able to legally possess certain amounts of medical marijuana under specific conditions.
Under Proposition 64, patients who present a valid MMIC card do not have to pay the sales and use tax when making retail purchases of medical cannabis, medical cannabis concentrate, edible medical cannabis products or topical cannabis.
Step 1.Fill out your basic info
Step 2. Our physician will contact you at your selected date and time.
Step 3.Upon approval, you will be emailed a PDF version of your letter of recommendation and the original, signed and sealed letter will be mailed within 2-3 business days
We accept new patients as well as renewal.
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Recommendation Renewal $39
New Patient Recommendation $45
Mini Rec or Plastic ID Card $15
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SB Medical Evaluation provides recommendations to qualifying patients under California Proposition 215 and Senate Bill 420.
SB Medical Evaluation Provides Medical Marijuana Recommendations in Victorville
SB Medical Evaluation now provides medical marijuana recommendations in Victorville. Prospective medical cannabis patients from Apple Valley and Hesperia are welcome to head on over to Valley Center Drive for a visit with the compassionate and caring staff of SB Medical Evaluation. They care about the wellbeing of their patients and strive to ensure each patient will be happier as a result of visiting their clinic. Victorville’s SB Medical Evaluation makes themselves available even after hours and, should their cannabis patients require it, they’ve been known to make one-on-one at-home consultations as part of their dedication to improving the quality of life for residents of Victorville and surrounding areas.
Collectively, the expert medical staff of SB Medical in Victorville has decades upon decades of varied medical experience to bring to bear. Just to name a few, SB Medical Evaluation’s staff includes: Dr. Searle, a specialist hailing from Chicago’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Miller, an obstetrics and gynecology specialist from the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, and Dr. Turner, a specialist from the field of family medicine. What unifies the staff of SB Medical in Victorville is firsthand experience with medicinal cannabis. They’ve witnessed countless patients walk in with bags full of medication, satchels stuffed with their daily or even weekly medication intake, in search of healthier alternatives. When the patients show up for their medical marijuana recommendation renewal a year later, their once-overstuffed bags of medication are empty. This change for the better is what motivates the caring staff behind SB Medical. They’re there for you.
Californians living in Victorville may take advantage of the excellent patient services offered by SB Medical. The procedure for obtaining a medical marijuana evaluation begins with scheduling an appointment with the good people of SB Medical Evaluation. They do encourage that prospective patients bring pertinent medical records from their primary care physician, but those documents are not required. Once consultation is complete, the cannabis doctor can assess the patient for a medical marijuana recommendation which, according to California state law, allow for patients to safely and legally access dispensaries and delivery services statewide. If anything seems unclear, please call SB Medical Evaluation for further information.
California medical marijuana legislation states cannabis patients must suffer from chronic ailments including joint pain, back pain, appetite loss, or insomnia to qualify for a recommendation. Other than that, there’s little medicinal cannabis patients in Victorville and California at large need to worry about - particularly with California’s recreational marijuana program making its debut in 2018.
SB Medical Evaluation proudly serves medical marijuana patients in Victorville and the greater Victor Valley area from its incredibly convenient location just off Interstate-15 where it intersects 7th Street and Palmdale Road. If you’re driving up route 395, just hang a quick right when you see Walmart and Domino’s Pizza around Seneca and Palmdale Roads and within an hour SB Medical Evaluation could have you squared away. Those curious about SB Medical’s services in Adelanto, Baldy Mesa, and Mountain View Acres are more than welcome to contact SB Medical for more information.
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QUICK AND REPUTABLE SERVICE. OPEN LATE HOURS WHICH HELPED ME LAST WEEK. MUST TRY FOR EVALUATIONS.
Extremely satisfied with the knowledge and expertise of Doctor and staff. I would recommend highly to anyone.
First time walking in I brought my medical records and Dr, asked me what to me so long lol very informative, courteous and professional. They made the process incredibly easy.
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.