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  • To qualify for a medical marijuana recommendation, both new and returning patients must schedule an appointment and provide the following mandatory documents at the time of your visit:
    • Documentation from a California licensed health care provider that states your diagnosis. Documents need to be less than 12 months old. Diagnosis documentation can be any of the following:
      • Chart notes stating your diagnosis, treatment, and how long you’ve had the problem.
      •  X-Ray/MRI/CSCAN reports. Please do not bring films.
      • Letter from your current doctor stating the nature of your illness, how long you’ve had it, and how it’s being treated.
    •  Valid California identification:
      • California Driver’s License
      • California I.D. Card
      • Passport
  •  Patients under 18 MUST be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Parent or legal guardian must also have a valid California I.D.
  •  Caregivers:
    • Must have valid California I.D.
    • Must meet criteria defined in Prop 215
    • Approval of caregiver certificates is at the discretion of the doctor
  •  Please make arrangements for child care before your appointment. We appreciate you not bringing small children to your visit.
  • A recommendation for medicinal cannabis cannot be made without proper identification and medical documentation, as defined by the California Medical Board Guidelines for Medical Marijuana Physicians.
  • If you do not have a doctor, or are uninsured, or haven’t had a check-up in the past 12 months, please visit our Local Resources section for a list of local doctors and clinics, so that you can make an appointment and obtain a signed note with your qualifying diagnosis prior to making an appointment with Highland Springs Wellness.
  • To download a new patient packet, or medical records release forms, go to the Forms section.

Who's Eligible

Proposition 215, The Compassionate Use Act of 1999, HS 11362.5, lists specific health conditions that can be treated with medicinal marijuana. These include, but are not limited to: chronic pain of any kind, cancer, HIV/AIDS, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, MS, glaucoma, insomnia, menstrual disorders, migraine, ADD/ADHD, alcohol abuse, sedative/opiate abuse, IBS, Crohn’s disease, decrease use of other drugs, restless leg syndrome, hepatitis, brain trauma, peripheral neuropathy, lupus, scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis, and any medical condition that the doctor agrees would benefit from the use of medicinal marijuana.