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Qualified patients are eligible for medical marijuana once certified by a doctor. Start here to see if you qualify.

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Answer preliminary questions related to your medical condition and availability of medical records and provide contact information.

Advanced payment of $29 to secure the date and time for your telehealth visit with a doctor. This fee is transferable in the event you need to reschedule and is fully refundable if you cancel 48 hours prior to your appointment.

Standard medical forms that must be completed to become a patient of our practice. These forms include demographic information, brief medical history, current medications, consent for service, HIPAA compliance and medical records release.

Choose the date and time for your telehealth visit based on availability.

Answer preliminary questions related to your medical condition and availability of medical records and provide contact information.

Advanced payment of $29 to secure the date and time for your telehealth visit with a doctor. This fee is transferable in the event you need to reschedule and is fully refundable if you cancel 48 hours prior to your appointment.

Standard medical forms that must be completed to become a patient of our practice. These forms include demographic information, brief medical history, current medications, consent for service, HIPAA compliance and medical records release.

Choose the date and time for your telehealth visit based on availability.

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Answer preliminary questions related to your medical condition and availability of medical records and provide contact information.

Advanced payment of $29 to secure the date and time for your telehealth visit with a doctor. This fee is transferable in the event you need to reschedule and is fully refundable if you cancel 48 hours prior to your appointment.

Standard medical forms that must be completed to become a patient of our practice. These forms include demographic information, brief medical history, current medications, consent for service, HIPAA compliance and medical records release.

Choose the date and time for your telehealth visit based on availability.

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Questions?

Answer preliminary questions related to your medical condition and availability of medical records and provide contact information.

Advanced payment of $29 to secure the date and time for your telehealth visit with a doctor. This fee is transferable in the event you need to reschedule and is fully refundable if you cancel 48 hours prior to your appointment.

Standard medical forms that must be completed to become a patient of our practice. These forms include demographic information, brief medical history, current medications, consent for service, HIPAA compliance and medical records release.

Choose the date and time for your telehealth visit based on availability.

Answer preliminary questions related to your medical condition and availability of medical records and provide contact information.

Advanced payment of $29 to secure the date and time for your telehealth visit with a doctor. This fee is transferable in the event you need to reschedule and is fully refundable if you cancel 48 hours prior to your appointment.

Standard medical forms that must be completed to become a patient of our practice. These forms include demographic information, brief medical history, current medications, consent for service, HIPAA compliance and medical records release.

Choose the date and time for your telehealth visit based on availability.

9am - 5pm EST

Answer preliminary questions related to your medical condition and availability of medical records and provide contact information.

Advanced payment of $29 to secure the date and time for your telehealth visit with a doctor. This fee is transferable in the event you need to reschedule and is fully refundable if you cancel 48 hours prior to your appointment.

Standard medical forms that must be completed to become a patient of our practice. These forms include demographic information, brief medical history, current medications, consent for service, HIPAA compliance and medical records release.

Choose the date and time for your telehealth visit based on availability.

Frequently Asked Questions New York Medical Marijuana Card


What conditions make me eligible to get medical marijuana?

You may be eligible for medical marijuana if you have been diagnosed with one or more of the following severe debilitating or life threatening conditions: cancer, HIV infection or AIDS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury with spasticity, epilepsy, inflammatory bowel disease, neuropathy, Huntington's disease, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain (as defined by 10 NYCRR §1004.2(a)(8)(xi)), pain that degrades health and functional capability as an alternative to opioid use or substance use disorder. The severe debilitating or life-threatening condition must also be accompanied by one or more of the following associated or complicating conditions: cachexia or wasting syndrome, severe or chronic pain, severe nausea, seizures, or severe or persistent muscle spasms, PTSD or opioid use disorder.

What is the first step to obtaining medical marijuana?

Taking the first steps to get medical marijuana entails preregistering on the THC Physicians website to see if you may qualify.

What forms and dosage amounts of medical marijuana are allowed?

The Commissioner must approve any form of medical marijuana. Approved forms include, but are not limited to: solid or semi-solid dosage forms (such as capsules, tablets, and lozenges), metered liquid or oil preparations (for vaporization or oral administration), metered ground plant preparations, and topicals and transdermal patches. Under the law, smoking is not permitted and the regulations prohibit edibles. Please contact the registered organization directly to find out more about the products they have available.

The patient's certifying practitioner must include the following information on the patient's certification: the authorized brand and form of the approved medical marijuana, the administration method, and any limitations on the use of approved medical marijuana product. If a practitioner has a recommendation regarding dosage, it should also be included on the certification, although a recommendation on dosage is not required. Moreover, the total amount of product that may be dispensed may not exceed a thirty-day supply.

Which dispensing facilities may I use?

A certified patient may receive medical marijuana products from any dispensing facility of any Registered Organization in New York State. For a list of locations in New York, please visit: Registered Organizations

Will every dispensing facility see the same types of medical marijuana?

No. Please contact the registered organization directly to learn more about the products they have available. Contact information may be found here: Registered Organizations Registered organizations must make available at least one brand that has an equal ratio of THC to CBD, and one brand with a low-THC-high-CBD ratio). Each Registered Organization will also offer other products that have varying ratios of THC to CBD.

When are dispensing facilities open?

The hours of operation for the dispensing facilities vary. Please contact or review the websites of the Registered Organizations for their dispensing facilities' hours of operation by clicking here: Registered Organizations.

How much medical marijuana can I get at a time?

Registered Organizations may dispense up to a 30-day supply of medical marijuana to a certified patient or designated caregiver, pursuant to any recommendations or limitations made by the practitioner on the certification. Registered Organizations report their medical marijuana dispensing to the New York State Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) database, so that prescribers may review their patients' controlled substance histories and make informed treatment decisions.

What should I do if the approved medical marijuana product is not helping me?

Work with your certifying practitioner or a dispensing facility pharmacist to determine if a change in product, change in dose, or discontinuation of the product is appropriate.

What should I do if I think I'm having an adverse reaction to the approved medical marijuana product?

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 911 or go to an emergency room immediately. If you believe you are experiencing an adverse event that is not life-threatening from the approved medical marijuana product, contact your practitioner.

What should I do with expired/unwanted medical marijuana products?

Certified patients or their designated caregivers should dispose of expired or unwanted medical marijuana products by adding water to the medical marijuana and then dirt, coffee grounds, ashes or another undesirable substance, prior to disposal in the trash, to avoid accidental or intentional misuse of the product.

What if I need assistance obtaining medical marijuana from a dispensing facility because of my condition?

During the patient registration process, a certified patient may designate up to two (2) caregivers who may obtain medical marijuana on his or her behalf. After the patient's application for registration is approved, the designated caregiver(s) must also register with the Department. Detailed information on designating and becoming a caregiver is available here: Information for Patients

Registered organizations may also offer a delivery service. Please contact the registered organizations directly to determine if delivery services are offered in your area.

Can I use my out-of-state medical marijuana identification card to purchase medical marijuana in New York state?

No. Only certified patients with a New York State registry identification card may purchase approved medical marijuana products in New York State.