Offering Professional and Confidential Medical Care to Qualifying Patients in Need
IMS Medical Solutions is driven to provide exceptional medical care to patients eligible for treatment with medical marijuana under full compliance with the Florida Compassionate Use Act of 2014 and Amendment 2 of 2016.
Experience the Best in the Market:
$200 Initial Consultation
Follow-up Visits are $50
Patients Are Seen in Person, On Time, Every 30 Days
State-Issued Medical Marijuana ID Card Assistance
Enjoy a Hassle-Free Process from Start to Finish
All Information is Confidential and Protected by HIPPA Law
Do you Qualify for Medical Marijuana?
To obtain a Registry Identification Card in the State of Florida, you must consult with a qualified physician and the determination must be made that medical marijuana may offer health benefits for one or more of the following conditions:
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
Nature Meets Medicine to Relieve Sufferings...
Our Mission & Passion is to bring you the best of care!
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Non Malignant Pain
Chronic nonmalignant pain
4 Simply Steps
FULL FILL THE REQUIREMENTS BY BRINGING:
1.) MEDICAL RECORDS TO PROVE QUALIFYING CONDITION
2.) FLORIDA ID/DRIVER'S LICENSE
3.) $200 CASH - DOCTOR'S VISIT
BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT:
1.) WITH DR. TAMAR, A CERTIFIED PROVIDER
DURING THE OFFICE VISIT:
1.) YOU WILL BE EVALUATED BY A REAL DOCTOR
2.) YOU'LL GET REGISTERED INTO THE PROGRAM
3.) A MAILING APPLICATION WILL BE COMPLETED.
WHAT YOU'LL DO AFTER THE VISIT:
1.) MAIL OUT THE APPLICATION
2.) KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR EMAIL INBOX/SPAM/JUNK BOX, AS THE HEALTH DEPT WILL BE SENDING YOU THE APPROVAL
3.) AS SOON AS YOU RECEIVE THE APPROVAL BOOK YOUR FOLLOW-UP VISIT.
1.) THERE WILL BE A RANGE OF FOLLOW-UPS ON A MONTH TO MONTH BASES.
2.) YOU CANNOT COME IN BEFORE THE DESIGNATED DATE OF YOUR APPOINTMENT FOR THE REFILL AS THAT IS CONTROLLED BY THE HEALTH DEPT.
While medical marijuana has been approved by Florida voters in November 2016 and Florida legislature passed further laws to make medical marijuana available to those in need, it remains a Schedule 1, drug with no known benefit and extremely addictive akin to LSD. It remains a prohibited drug in the Federal law. The current position of the Department of Justice that supervises the Drug Enforcement Agency is that the Federal resources are better spent on other matters rather than conflicting with the States mandates regarding medical marijuana.