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We’re the most experienced medical cannabis providers and staff on the Treasure Coast. You’ll receive and education and strategy for successful medical marijuana therapy.

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Get a Florida Medical Marijuana ID Card in 3 Easy Steps.

Pre-Qualify

Complete our confidential pre-qualification survey – see if you are eligible in less than one minute. We will still need to get medical records to confirm your medical history.

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Schedule a Visit

Our medical visits are affordable and convenient; view our pricing.
If you do not have your medical records, we can we can help you obtain them.

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Get Recommended for your ID Card

We’ll enter your information into the Office of Medical Marijuana Use Registry. We will assist you obtaining your ID Card.

Learn more about the process.

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Your Successful Medical Marijuana Therapy is Our Top Priority

We service a void in medical care, addressed from the perspective of a Family Medicine Physician. Our goal is to give people access to the integrated therapy of Medical Marijuana for their conditions, in a non-judgmental fashion backed by science.

We're Caring Patient Advocates.

Receive an education on Medical Marijuana therapy, including a comprehensive discussion on the rules, delivery methods and use strategy, for an individualized treatment plan.

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We’ll explore cannabis treatments together to find the best fit for you.

Receive a 210-day legal maximum order duration for Medical Marijuana.

Transfer to Southern Comfort and receive an individualized treatment plan that works for you!

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Frequently Asked Questions
Who qualifies for a medical marijuana card?

A patient must be recommended by one of our certified physicians as suffering from one of the OMMU‘s qualifying medical conditions:

Cancer, Epilepsy, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Crohn’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple sclerosis (MS), Medical conditions of the same kind or class as or comparable to the others listed.

Under the last specification, our doctors are allowed to certify patients who have symptoms and/or medical conditions that are both debilitating and similar in nature to the medical conditions named in the law. Read more here.

Can I get certified online?

Yes, for re-certifications (ID Card renewals). Per an update to Florida Law, effective July 1, 2023, our qualified physicians are allowed to conduct re-certification exams by telehealth. Any patient that desires to renew their MMJ certification via telehealth only need to contact our office to schedule. IMPORTANT: this DOES NOT APPLY to new certications.

How often do I need to see the doctor?

Every 7 months (210 days) you need to schedule a re-certification appointment with our qualified physicians.

What is the cost of an office visit?

The cost of an initial office visit is $165.00. Re-certification appointments are $150. We do offer some discounts. Check out our offers page.

Can I use my medical marijuana card in other states?

If you use medical marijuana, and plan on traveling, become familiar with the word “reciprocity,” which means if a state accepts your Florida medical marijuana ID card. Of the U.S. states that have a marijuana program, some accept Florida certifications and some do not. We’ve got a full list of all the states here.

Can Seasonal Residents get a Florida MMJ ID Card?

Yes. The process is the same. When you go to verify your residence with the state, you need to prove you reside in Florida for a period of at least 31 consecutive days in each calendar year.

Jessica McCain, MD

Jessica Collins McCain, MD

Physician

I’m Dr. Jessica McCain, a native to Fort Pierce and a Family Practice physician. I returned to my hometown and family out of pride and the desire to help my community. The healthcare world is getting more complex at every turn, and it takes a lot of time and effort to keep up with advances in science and public policy. Since the Amendment 2 passed with 71% agreement, resolving that medical marijuana is a viable treatment for many people’s ills, I have been working hard to learn more about this topic for my patients in need. I realized that there are many people who would benefit from this option, and became co-founder of Southern Comfort Marijuana Clinic. I hope that you find what you are looking for, whether it only be for information or access to the medicine through our clinical services.  – JCM

Since the Amendment 2 passed with 71% agreement, resolving that medical marijuana is a viable treatment for many people’s ills, I have been working hard to learn more about this topic for my patients in need. I realized that there are many people who would benefit from this option, and became co-founder of Southern Comfort Marijuana Clinic. I hope that you find what you are looking for, whether it only be for information or access to the medicine through our clinical services.  – JCM

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