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New York’s Premier Medical Marijuana Card Center

COVID-19 Remote Visits

Due to coronavirus, we are allowing all patients with good medical records,
or a condition that would be obvious over a webcam to have remote visits.
If you are in need of a Medical Marijuana Card, NY allows telemedicine visits.

This requires a cellphone, or computer or tablet with a webcam, 
and a good internet connection.

RISK FREE

If our doctor doesn’t certify you, we don’t charge you. The doctor is a gatekeeper for the New York State Medical Marijuana program, and we have never had a known case where a patient has not received a card after our doctor qualified them.

FAIR PRICING

We always offer discounts to Seniors, Veterans, people with Fixed Income, Disability, or Food Stamps. We know that times are tough and do our best to keep our process efficient and our pricing rock bottom. We will also match any competitor’s advertised price. Aside from the cost of the visit and the state application fee, there are no hidden prices or fees. So just imagine walking into our discreet medical office, visiting with our kind and knowledgeable doctor, resting assured that you will either be qualified to receive your card, or you will not be charged a penny!

$98 RENEWALS

If you have a card, or are recently expired, and have medical records to prove your condition aside from you certification visits, we will honor our return patient discount and offer you a special deal on your certification. (This obviously does not include the NY State application fee.)

Referral Program

Every patient you refer to us, who completes their certification, will get you a $20 discount off your next re-certification with us. If you refer FIVE people, then your next visit is ON US!

Proven Safe

Medical marijuana is one of the safest medications available. Period. There has not been a single death recorded from an overdose of cannabis. If our doctor does not believe it is a good idea for you medically, they will tell you. Most of the few significant negative events with cannabis involve untreated or latent schizophrenia. Chronic use of cannabis causes no organ damage, and it has been shown that, in adults, the cognitive effects sometimes associated with chronic cannabis use dissipate when cannabis intake is discontinued. This is in contrast to even acetaminophen, which causes thousands of hospitalizations and kills hundreds of Americans every year. (Statistics)

So just imagine walking into our discreet medical office, visiting with our kind and knowledgeable doctor, resting assured that you will either be qualified to receive your card, or you will not be charged a penny. And with your card you will be able to reduce your use of addictive and harmful medications and get relief.

WE FOLLOW THE RULES

Other centers do not require proof of a medical condition, do not try to get medical records, and have patients see two doctors – one after the other, which is against the Medical Board’s requirements. This endangers patients, and doctors have lost their licenses. We follow the rules and protect you in every way we can.

EFFICIENT VISITS AND FREE UPLOADS

We have a simple, streamlined process that gets you in and out in 30 minutes. We submit ALL paperwork to the state for you, free of charge. After the visit, all you have to do is wait for the card from the Department of Health Services. We keep you informed at all times and guarantee the certification in a timely manner.

Transparent Pricing

  • State fees:
    • Pursuant to the Compassionate Care Act there is a $50 application fee; the Department is currently waiving the $50 fee for all patients and their designated caregivers.
  • Exam fees: $150, including us uploading the application to the state free of charge. 
    • Discounts for:  Seniors, Veterans, People on Fixed Income, Disability, and SNAP

New York Qualifying Conditions List:

  • Cancer 
  • HIV infection or AIDS:
    • (ii) positive status for human immunodeficiency virus or acquired immune deficiency syndrome, provided that the practitioner has obtained from the patient consent for disclosure of this information that meets the requirements set forth in sections twenty-seven hundred eighty and twenty-seven hundred eighty-two of the public health laws 
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), 
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Spinal cord injury with spasticity 
  • Epilepsy
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBS) 
  • Neuropathy 
  • Huntington’s Disease 
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • 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.
    • Any severe debilitating pain that the practitioner determines degrades health and functional capability; where the patient has contraindications, has experienced intolerable side effects, or has experienced failure of one or more previously tried therapeutic options; and where there is documented medical evidence of such pain having lasted three months or more beyond onset, or the practitioner reasonably anticipated such pain to last three months or more beyond onset
      • (xiii) pain that degrades health and functional capability where the use of medical marihuana is an alternative to opioid use, provided that the precise underlying condition is expressly stated on the patient’s certification; or
      • (xiv) substance use disorder
  • A condition or symptom that is clinically associated with, or is a complication of the severe debilitating or life-threatening condition listed in paragraph (8) of this subdivision. Clinically associated conditions, symptoms or complications, as defined in subdivision 7 of section 3360 of the public health law are limited solely to:
      • (i) Cachexia or wasting syndrome;
      • (ii) severe or chronic pain resulting in substantial limitation of function;
      • (iii) severe nausea;
      • (iv) seizures;
      • (v) severe or persistent muscle spasms;
  • With PTSD we need a formal diagnosis of PTSD: must be on a medical document!
  • Any other condition added by the commissioner.

steps to receiving a medical marijuana card

Step 1

Complete an online application via the form below on this page to schedule your visit with our medical marijuana doctors.

Step 2

At the time of your doctor appointment, open the link provided in your email reminders. The medical marijuana consultation is completed in the convenience of your home, and is completely online.

Step 3

When approved, you’ll receive a certificate of approval and detailed instructions on your next steps to access medical marijuana through certified dispensaries throughout New York State.

Schedule Your Doctor Visit Below

After we receive your appointment booking, we will call to confirm that you have the proper proof of residency and a qualifying medical condition for medical marijuana.

 

Buffalo Medical Card Doctors
50 FOUNTAIN PLAZA, SUITE 1400
BUFFALO, NY 14202

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59 Henry St Kingston, NY 12401

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350 Northern Blvd #1146 Albany, NY 12204

Rochester Medical Card Doctors
510 Clinton Square. Rochester, NY 14604

Manhattan Medical Card Doctors
80 Broad Street 5th Floor New York City 10004