Florida Medical Marijuana

Medical marijuana and low-THC cannabis is available in Florida. Learn the law and your steps to treatment.

Patient hotline number: 800-808-9580

Medical marijuana is available in Florida, but marijuana is still illegal under federal law.

What is Covered?

These qualifying medical conditions are covered by the law when certified by a physician:

Who is Covered?

Caregiver

Qualified physician

A physician who is certified to order low-THC cannabis, medical marijuana and delivery devices for a qualified patient, and is in the Medical Marijuana Use Registry.

 

For the list of qualified physicians: FLHealth.gov/OMMU/docs.

Qualified patient

Caregiver

A person who has been added to the Medical Marijuana Use Registry by a qualified physician and can buy medical marijuana and devices using their ID card.

A person who has agreed to assist a qualified patient and has a caregiver ID card.

 

Only qualified patients or caregivers can fill a medical marijuana order.

Medical Marijuana Use Registry
Where the qualified physician inputs a patient’s information and medical marijuana order.

Medical Marijuana Use Registry identification card
After registration, a patient or caregiver can apply for an ID card online, FLHealth.gov/OMMU/cards, or can mail an application to the OMMU.

Medical Marijuana Use Registry treatment centers
A state-approved center that can fill and dispense medical marijuana orders and sell delivery devices.

Steps to Treatment

Determine if you’re qualified.

Ask a qualified physician if you have a qualifying medical condition. To see if your physician is qualified, visit FLHealth.gov/OMMU/docs.

Register your medical information.

Have your qualified physician input your order into the OMMU Registry. If you have a caregiver who helps you, they must also be registered and issued an ID card.

Apply for your ID card.

Apply online at FLHealth.gov/OMMU/cards, or mail an application to:

Office of Medical Marijuana Use
P.O. Box 31313
Tampa, FL 33631-3313

Application fee is $75. Money orders are accepted. Checks may only be payable to the following names per the application form:

  • Florida DOH
  • Florida Health Department
  • Health Department
  • Florida Health
  • DOH
  • Department of Health
  • FDOH

Fill your order.

Visit or contact a state-approved medical marijuana treatment center to fill your medical marijuana order. If there is not a treatment center in your area, contact one that can deliver. You must have an order in the registry and an ID card to purchase medical marijuana.

 

Cancer

Epilepsy

Glaucoma

HIV

AIDS

PTSD
(Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)

ALS
(Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)

Crohn’s disease

Parkinson’s disease

MS (Multiple Sclerosis)

Conditions comparable
to those listed above

Chronic nonmalignant
pain caused by, or originating
or persisting from a condition
listed above

A terminal condition
diagnosed by a physician other than the qualified physician issuing the order

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Medical marijuana is available in Florida, but marijuana is still illegal under federal law.

Medical marijuana and low-THC cannabis is available in Florida.
Learn the law and your steps to treatment.

Register your medical information.

Have your qualified physician input your order into the OMMU Registry. If you have a caregiver who helps you, they must also be registered and issued an ID card.

Fill your order.

Visit or contact a state-approved medical marijuana treatment center to fill your medical marijuana order. If there is not a treatment center in your area, contact one that can deliver. You must have an order in the registry and an ID card to purchase medical marijuana.

Determine if you’re qualified.

Ask a qualified physician if you have a qualifying medical condition. To see if your physician is qualified, visit FLHealth.gov/OMMU/docs.

Apply for your ID card.

Apply online at FLHealth.gov/OMMU/cards, or mail an application to:

Office of Medical Marijuana Use
P.O. Box 31313
Tampa, FL 33631-3313

Application fee is $75. Money orders are accepted. Checks may only be payable to the following names per the application form:

  • Florida DOH
  • Florida Health Department
  • Health Department
  • Florida Health
  • DOH
  • Department of Health
  • FDOH

 

Medical marijuana and low-THC cannabis is available in Florida. Learn the law and your steps to treatment.

Florida Medical Marijuana

 

Cancer

Epilepsy

Glaucoma

HIV

AIDS

PTSD
(Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)

ALS
(Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)

Crohn’s disease

Parkinson’s disease

MS (Multiple Sclerosis)

Conditions comparable
to those listed above

Chronic nonmalignant
pain caused by, or originating
or persisting from a condition
listed above

A terminal condition
diagnosed by a physician other than the qualified physician issuing the order

What is Covered?

These qualifying medical conditions are covered by the law when certified by a physician:

Who is Covered?

 

Qualified physician

A physician who is certified to order low-THC cannabis, medical marijuana and delivery devices for a qualified patient, and is in the Medical Marijuana Use Registry.

 

For the list of qualified physicians: FLHealth.gov/OMMU/docs.

Qualified patient

Caregiver

A person who has been added to the Medical Marijuana Use Registry by a qualified physician and can buy medical marijuana and devices using their ID card.

A person who has agreed to assist a qualified patient and has a caregiver ID card.

 

Only qualified patients or caregivers can fill a medical marijuana order.

Medical Marijuana Use Registry
Use Registry Where the qualified physician inputs a patient’s information and medical marijuana order.

Medical Marijuana Use Registry identification card
After registration, a patient or caregiver can apply for an ID card online, FLHealth.gov/OMMU/cards, or can mail an application to the OMMU.

Medical Marijuana Use Registry treatment centers
A state-approved center that can fill and dispense medical marijuana orders and sell delivery devices.

STEP
01

Determine if you’re qualified.

Ask a qualified physician if you have a qualifying medical condition. To see if your physician is qualified, visit FLHealth.gov/OMMU/docs.

STEP
03

Apply for your ID card.

Apply online at FLHealth.gov/OMMU/cards, or mail an application to:

Office of Medical Marijuana Use
P.O. Box 31313
Tampa, FL 33631-3313

Application fee is $75. Money orders are accepted. Checks may only be payable to the following names per the application form:

  • Florida DOH
  • Florida Health Department
  • Health Department
  • Florida Health
  • DOH
  • Department of Health
  • FDOH

 

STEP
02

Register your medical information.

Have your qualified physician input your order into the OMMU Registry. If you have a caregiver who helps you, they must also be registered and issued an ID card.

STEP
04

Fill your order.

Visit or contact a state-approved medical marijuana treatment center to fill your medical marijuana order. If there is not a treatment center in your area, contact one that can deliver. You must have an order in the registry and an ID card to purchase medical marijuana.

Steps to Treatment

Medical marijuana is available in Florida, but marijuana is still illegal under federal law.

FloridaHealth® is a registered trademark of the Florida Department of Health

Florida Medical Marijuana

Medical marijuana and low-THC cannabis is available in Florida. Learn the law and your steps to treatment.

What is Covered?

These qualifying medical conditions are covered by the law when certified by a physician:

Cancer

Epilepsy

Glaucoma

HIV

AIDS

PTSD
(Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)

ALS
(Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)

Crohn’s disease

Parkinson’s disease

MS (Multiple Sclerosis)

Conditions comparable
to those listed above

Chronic nonmalignant
pain caused by, or originating
or persisting from a condition
listed above

A terminal condition
diagnosed by a physician other than the qualified physician issuing the order

Qualified physician

A physician who is certified to order low-THC cannabis, medical marijuana and delivery devices for a qualified patient, and is in the Medical Marijuana Use Registry.

 

 

Qualified patient

Caregiver

A person who has been added to the Medical Marijuana Use Registry by a qualified physician and can buy medical marijuana and devices using their ID card.

A person who has agreed to assist a qualified patient and has a caregiver ID card.

 

Only qualified patients or caregivers can fill a medical marijuana order.

For the list of qualified physicians: FLHealth.gov/OMMU/docs.

Medical Marijuana Use Registry
Use Registry Where the qualified physician inputs a patient’s information and medical marijuana order.

Medical Marijuana Use Registry identification card
After registration, a patient or caregiver can apply for an ID card online, FLHealth.gov/OMMU/cards, or can mail an application to the OMMU.

Medical Marijuana Use Registry treatment centers
A state-approved center that can fill and dispense medical marijuana orders and sell delivery devices.

Determine if you’re qualified.

Ask a qualified physician if you have a qualifying medical condition. To see if your physician is qualified, visit FLHealth.gov/OMMU/docs.

Register your medical information.

Have your qualified physician input your order into the OMMU Registry. If you have a caregiver who helps you, they must also be registered and issued an ID card.

Apply for your ID card.

Apply online at FLHealth.gov/OMMU/cards, or mail an application to:

Office of Medical Marijuana Use
P.O. Box 31313
Tampa, FL 33631-3313

Application fee is $75. Money orders are accepted. Make checks payable to: Office of Medical Marijuana Use.

  • Florida DOH
  • Florida Health Department
  • Health Department
  • Florida Health
  • DOH
  • Department of Health
  • FDOH

 

Fill your order.

Visit or contact a state-approved medical marijuana treatment center to fill your medical marijuana order. If there is not a treatment center in your area, contact one that can deliver. You must have an order in the registry and an ID card to purchase medical marijuana.

Patient hotline number: 800-808-9580

Medical marijuana is available in Florida, but marijuana is still illegal under federal law.