Board-Certified Medical Marijuana Doctors in CT.
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Sign up to connect with licensed medical marijuana doctors in Connecticut. Our medical marijuana doctors in CT offer affordable video consultations so you can get certified in minutes.
If approved, you’ll receive the doctor’s certification right after your appointment.
Get your recommendation for medical marijuana in Connecticut now.
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How Does the Online Appointment Work?
The appointment with our Medical Marijuana Doctor will take place via video call on Doxy, a secure and convenient telemedicine platform.
Video consultations usually take about 15 minutes.
Here’s what you should expect from your online appointment:
Fill out the Patient Questionnaire Form
When you sign up, we will ask some questions about your medical condition and current treatments.
Video call with our Doctor
Book an appointment time that is convenient for you. Before your appointment, you will get a text and email with a link for your online marijuana evaluation.
Tell the doctor about your medical condition
During the video call, our doctor will ask you questions about your health, the medical conditions and what forms of medication you have tried. You will also get the chance to ask the doctors any questions you have.
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New Patient Consultation $149
What You Receive:
- 1 Year Recommendation for Medical Marijuana
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- 24/7 Dispensary Verification
- PDF Download
Online Marijuana Evaluations Made Easy
Next-day appointments available.
Monday – Friday
07:00 AM – 11:45 PM
Saturday – Sunday
08:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Prepare For Your Appointment
- All applicants must be residents of Connecticut.
- You must be 18 years or older to apply as an adult patient.
- Minors need to register a caregiver to apply on their behalf.
- You must be suffering from one of the qualifying conditions.
- You cannot apply if you are an inmate confined in a correctional institution under the Connecticut Department of Corrections supervision.
We recommend that you upload your medical records prior to your appointment time. If you don’t have medical records, click the link below to find out how you can get medical records.
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Areas of Expertise
Chronic pain is the leading reason patients use medical marijuana. Treatment has shown to be effective against many causes of pain including fibromyalgia.
Doctors often recommend cannabis to cancer patients because it can help with the most common side-effects of cancer treatment, such as severe wasting and nausea.
Many patients suffering from MS find that marijuana can be helpful in managing their ongoing symptoms.
Medical cannabis can be used in treating the pain and spasticity associated with Cerebral Palsy. Additionally, it may help reduce seizures in patients.
Medical Cannabinoids are used as a complementary or alternative method to treat symptoms of IBD and other gastrointestinal diseases.
Why Choose Our Medical Marijuana Doctors in CT.
Certified Medical Marijuana Doctors in CT
All the Connecticut doctors and nurse practitioners we work with are licensed to legally certify patients for Medical Marijuana.
Support for All Ages
Our doctors have experience helping both adult and minor patients learn about medical cannabis treatment options.
QuickMedCards abides by all HIPAA requirements of handling patient data. We’re safe and secure.
The QuickMedCards platform has undergone comprehensive testing to ensure that data entered, including medical and credit card information, is safe and does not leave the platform.
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Our Medical Marijuana Doctors in CT are Proud to Serve Patients from all across Connecticut.
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We Put Patients Before Profit
Our number one priority here at QuickMedCards is to give our patients easy and affordable access to consultations with trained medical marijuana healthcare practitioners. Because of this, we make sure that we offer the best service at the lowest price in every state we operate in. Your health and well-being should never have to feel like a luxury.
From our doctors to our customer care team, our entire staff makes it their daily mission to cultivate a whole new cannabis culture. Raising awareness, offering solutions, and providing relief, QuickMedCards ensures that the world of medical marijuana is a welcoming environment to all – existing and future patients alike.
"Great staff very helpful. Extremely convenient not having to set up a time and drive to appointment, you just video call them. Awesome experience."
"Quick and easy. Helpful customer support. Friendly nurses with a quick video chat and then a few days later your cards arrive. If only Connecticut would do a longer than 1 year card now."
"I was really surprised that everything was so easy. Called there number, set up what i needed for medical records, and received a time slot for phone interview. They called on the time they said and asked a few medical questions and bingo i was finished"
"Using this service is so easy and with the unmatched price you just can’t argue. It was an amazing experience compared to going into the doctors."
About Medical Marijuana Doctors in CT.
Who can prescribe medical marijuana in Connecticut?
Only physicians and/or APRNs who hold a valid Connecticut medical license and are certified by the Board of Physicians may recommend medical marijuana.
We can help you find doctors in CT who prescribe medical marijuana recommendations.
What is the cost of a Connecticut medical marijuana card?
After you receive your certification from one of our Connecticut doctors, you are required to pay a non-refundable $100 state registration fee.
This separate charge is paid directly to the Connecticut state MPP and is paid when the patient sends in their application for their CT medical marijuana card.
How long does it take to get a medical card in CT?
The Connecticut State Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) may take up to 30 days to review and process patient applications. Once your application has been approved, you will receive an email from the DCP with your permanent medical marijuana registration certificate. You may print out this certificate or keep a digital copy on your device to use for purchasing medical marijuana from a dispensary.
Does Medicare cover medical marijuana in Connecticut?
No. Medicare won’t pay for medical marijuana or related costs because marijuana is treated as a Schedule I controlled substance under federal law. Unfortunately, there are no health insurance programs that cover expenses for medical marijuana consultations and treatment.
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