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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Take some time to learn the “ins and outs” of getting your medical marijuana card in Massachusetts
How much does it cost?
Clinic Fee - $195
MMMP Fee - $50
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?
After being registered in the online system, it will take about 10 days from your appointment.
How do I qualify?
- 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
“I have suffered from severe migraine headaches for over 10 years. I had tried everything from Imitrex to acupuncture, but nothing seemed to work. One day, my friend recommended medical marijuana and I thought I would give it a try. I applied at this clinic in Boston and got my card right away. I can’t say that the cannabis completely cured my headaches, but it definitely helps with pain management. I’m still looking for the perfect strain to continue to reduce my migraines.”
I can’t thank you enough for all your help. Medical marijuana has been such a blessing in my life and is the only thing that has helped me move forward. Your staff was very professional in this website was extremely helpful. The CBD capsules that I have tried so far have been a great alternative to smoking. When I medicate before bed, I sleep much better and haven’t had a night terror in weeks. No other medication that I have use has worked this well. Thanks again and I look forward to seeing you for my renewal appointment.
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.
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.