Get Your Medical Marijuana Card in Quincy, MA

Quincy Clinic Info

We specialize in assisting you obtain your medical marijuana card in Quincy, MA. Please apply online to request an appointment with the cannabis physician.

  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Veterans Discount (10% with proof)
  • Wheelchair Accessible

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How much does it cost?


Clinic Fee - $195

MMMP Fee - $50

Reduced Rates

Waived with proof of hardship MassHealth SSI Income < 300% of poverty

MassHealth: $0 SSI: $0 Income < 300% of poverty: $0

How long does it take?

10 Days

After being registered in the online system, it will take about 10 days from your appointment.

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How do I qualify?

MMMP Says:
  • You have to be formally diagnosed with a qualifying condition by a medical professional
  • You must have corresponding medical records confirming your diagnosis

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See What Our Patients in Quincy Are Saying

Thank you so much for all your help! I can’t believe how much there is to learn and how advanced cannabis medicine is becoming. I’m really happy to hear that there are alternative options to smoking. I will be using the topical salve and cannabis capsules. The doctor was great and made me feel very comfortable.

Degenerative Disc Disease
Brookline, MA

My Crohn’s disease was something that haunted me for many years. The constant pain and diarrhea were enough to drive me crazy. I had tried many different options and finally resorted to cannabis after I saw a CNN documentary. I must say that I feel like I have my life back. For me, inhaling cannabis is the best for my stomach so I use a vapor pen. I get the instant effects of the cannabis without hurting my lungs. Thank you so much for all your help and compassion. Please feel free to use this reference and hopefully it will help other patients that have Crohn’s. See you next year.

Quincy, MA

After working in construction for over 30 years, I began experiencing pain in my joints and lower back. My primary care doctor prescribed me pain medications, but I didn’t like the way it made me feel. Medical marijuana has helped me stop taking other medications and is the best relief that I found.

Boston, MA

The physician was amazing, and I appreciated the support. My oncologist recommended medical cannabis as a way to help with my chemotherapy symptoms. Before I got my medical marijuana card, I had a hard time eating, and I felt nauseous all the time. Not only does the cannabis helps move my stomach but I have an appetite again. There isn’t much you can do to feel good during chemotherapy, but this helps.

Quincy, MA

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