Exert Clinic is committed to providing a personalized and effective healthcare experience. Medical marijuana treatment can be a safe, non-toxic option for a variety of physical and mental health conditions.
Want to learn more about Exert Clinic? Sign up for a free, no obligations consultation today to learn how the trained medical professional at Exert Clinic can help you. Whether you are struggling with chronic pain, anxiety, cancer, or any of the other qualifying conditions, we’ll customize your therapy to help you feel like yourself again.
The State of Florida lists the following qualifying conditions for medical marijuana use:
- Terminal Condition
- Crohn’s Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
If you don’t have one of the conditions listed, you can still qualify for medical marijuana if you have been diagnosed with “other debilitating medical conditions of the same kind or class or comparable to those enumerated.” Some examples include:
- Autoimmune Diseases
- Cerebral Palsy
- Chronic Pain
- Diabetic Neuropathy
- Hepatitis C
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Lyme Disease
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Severe Nausea
- Sickle Cell Anemia
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
Medical Marijuana Process
Schedule your initial evaluation appointment at Exert Clinic. Once scheduled, you will complete patient intake forms online at least 48 hours prior to your visit. You must upload or bring medical records from your primary physician for your most recent visit.
The initial exam includes time spent with our physician and learning about the Florida Medical Marijuana program and application process. Dr. Prado-Wright will conduct the required health history and physical exam. We’ll review your health goals, discuss dosing, and determine the preferred delivery routes. We will also issue your certification and enter your orders into the state registry system.
After you are entered into the state registry, the Office of Medical Marijuana Use will email you a login and issue your patient number. In order to receive the required ID card, a patient and caregiver (if applicable) must submit a completed application to the Office of Medical Marijuana Use. This can be submitted online or via paper application. Please see useful links below for additional information on completing your application.
A temporary ID card will be issued to the patient via email once the application is approved. A patient may purchase medication with the temporary card until the physical card arrives by mail.
Visit a state licensed Medical Marijuana Treatment Center (dispensary) to obtain your medication.
Patients must return to the clinic every 6 months after their initial certification for a follow-up visit. This follow-up visit allows us to fully assess your medical cannabis treatment and recertify your medication orders in the state registry.
Medical Marijuana Pricing
State Processing Fee
paid directly to Florida Office of Medical Marijuana Use
Guide on How to apply for a Medical Marijuana Use Registry Identification Card:
How to Login to Your Initial Application:
Username: your email address
Password: temporary password received in email
Initial Application Instructions: