Just one week after opening its latest location Lake Mary, CannaMD has announced yet another a new office in Port St. Lucie, Florida – marking the clinic’s 16th location!
Port St. Lucie Medical Marijuana Doctors
Conveniently located in St. Lucie County – close to Fort Pierce, Saint Lucie, Lakewood Park, and River Park – CannaMD‘s Port St. Lucie office is right around the corner for permanent and seasonal Florida residents interested in trying medical marijuana! CannaMD is located at:
1860 SW Fountainview Blvd
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
Directions: When driving on 95 S, take exit 121 (St. Lucie West Blvd.) and bear left onto the main road (St. Lucie West Blvd.). At the first light, make a right (Paramount Dr.). Continue straight down Paramount Dr. and as soon as you pass a Dunkin Donuts, take another right onto S.W. Fountainview Blvd. Continue straight until you pass a Bob Evans and the Chamber of Commerce. CannaMD is located on the right-hand side of the road in the parking lot that has a sign reading, “W Executive Suites”. Our office is the second building on the right (numbered “1860”). Patients are welcome to park anywhere they’d like. Please head into Suite 100 and the receptionist will direct you to our office from there.
How to Get Your Medical Marijuana Card in Port St. Lucie
Getting your medical marijuana card in Port St. Lucie is easy, thanks to CannaMD‘s state-licensed, board-certified physicians!
As a reminder, Senate Bill 8A defines a qualified patient as:
A resident of this state [Florida] who has been added to the medical marijuana use registry by a qualified physician to receive marijuana or a marijuana delivery device for a medical use and who has a qualified patient identification card.
To qualify for medical marijuana in Florida, patients must:
- Be diagnosed by a certified medical marijuana doctor with a qualifying condition, and
- Be a permanent or temporary resident of Florida.
To meet Florida’s definition of a seasonal resident, patients must:
- Live in Florida for at least 31 consecutive days each calendar year.
- Maintain temporary residence in Florida.
- Return to their home state at least once a year.
- Be a registered U.S. voter or pay income tax in another state.
(If you’re still not sure if you qualify as a seasonal resident, check out CannaMD’s post: Florida Snowbirds Can Use Medical Marijuana.)
Senate Bill 8A further defines what conditions qualify for medical marijuana, including:
According to Florida state law, additional conditions may also qualify, including:
- Any other “diagnosable, debilitating condition of the same like, kind, or class” (such as anxiety, depression, or migraines).
- Terminal conditions that have been diagnosed by a doctor other than a patient’s medical marijuana doctor.
- Chronic nonmalignant pain.
(For more information, see CannaMD’s Qualifying Conditions Resource Page.)
Ready to get started? Call (855) 420-9170 or fill out a quick online form to see if you qualify today!
Please note: All CannaMD visits are by appointment only.
Before purchasing cannabis from a medical marijuana treatment center (or dispensary), Florida patients must first qualify for a medical marijuana certification; CannaMD provides qualified patients with the state-required recommendation to complete this process.
CannaMD is committed to providing compassionate care to Florida patients through evidence-based application of medical cannabis research. Centered around education, empathy, and exceptional customer service, CannaMD offers an unparalleled patient experience – empowering Florida residents to pursue a better quality of life.
In addition to its Port St. Lucie location, CannaMD offers over a dozen other Florida locations, including:
- Cape Coral,
- Fort Lauderdale,
- Lake Mary,
- The Villages, and
- West Palm Beach.
For a full list and/or to search by zip code, visit CannaMD‘s Clinic Locator Page.