Worcester Clinic Info
Our medical marijuana physicians specialize in cannabis medicine and can help you obtain your Massachusetts medical marijuana card. To begin, apply online.
- 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
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 Worcester Are Saying
Thank you so much for all your hard work and great service. I am so thankful to have my medical marijuana card and have the freedom to medicate without prosecution. I have always used cannabis to help control my seizures but now when I use it, I don’t get nervous or paranoid. The cost is definitely worth the benefit. See you next year!
It was an absolute pleasure to work with your office. Amanda was so helpful in compassionate. I was completely lost until I found your website and then everything seemed very clear and easy. Getting my medical marijuana card has greatly improved the quality of my life and I have you to thank for it. I can’t wait for dispensaries coming soon, it will make it even better.
I worked in the printing industry for over 30 years and developed migraine headaches from all the chemicals. My doctor hasn’t said that’s the case, but I’m pretty sure it is. In any event, I needed something to help deal with the pain and finally decided to try cannabis. It hasn’t cured my migraines, but it helps get through the agony. Now I drink as much water as I can, take a cannabis capsule, and go to bed in a dark room. It’s not perfect but it’s the best solution I’ve found yet.
I honestly never thought that I would be using marijuana for any reason. If it weren’t for my son pushing me to try it, I would probably be blind. Not only does it reduce the pressure in my eyes but I love the way it makes me feel. The only bad thing about it is that I tend to eat more than before, but my wife thinks it’s a good thing. Oh well, you live in you learn. I would suggest being open-minded to try it because I was completely surprised by how wrong my perceptions were.
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