I am certified by the State of Florida to certify patients for medical cannabis for qualifying (and similar) conditions. I follow state law on certifications, which can be a maximum of 210 by statute.
To be certified, you must bring medical records indicating your qualifying condition (unless you are already a DPC patient). I cannot diagnose a qualifying condition (again, with the exception of current DPC patients), but am here to certify you as meeting the requirements, and identifying if it is an appropriate treatment for your condition.
I do not guarantee that you will receive a medical cannabis certification, but we do speak to every patient by phone prior to the first visit, to ensure a visit is appropriate.
My approach to medical cannabis is the same as my primary care practice: quality. I am not there to just certify you and send you on your way. I explain how cannabinoids work, discuss what regimen will be the best for your condition, walk you through the registration process, going to the dispensary, and answer any questions you may have. I have seen time and again that other cannabis physicians out there will either nickle and dime their patients, or worse yet, completely scam them out of their money. I think that is absolutely unconscionable.