Accessing Medical Cannabis in New York

Develop a medical cannabis-based plan for qualifying conditions.

We’re Passionate about Medical Cannabis.

Between a vast, growing network of dispensaries, a committed, knowledgeable staff, and a wide selection of meticulously curated cannabis products, we offer a solution for every patient.

How Do You Become New York Patient?

Becoming a Patient

Only a New York State certified, licensed practitioner can decide if you qualify for medical cannabis under New York law. To become a qualified patient, use the state’s Registered Practitioner page to find a practitioner in your area who can grant certification. Once a practitioner has recommended medical cannabis, you must register as a qualified patient with the state to acquire your medical cannabis card.

Please call us at 1(833)-470-5323 to help find you a practitioner who can approve you or see the Department of Health for more information.

Can Medical Cannabis Help You?

Qualifications for a
Registration Certificate:

A patient can be certified to use medical cannabis in New York state if they suffer from one of the following:

  • Cancer
  • Chronic Pain
  • PTSD
  • ALS
  • Epilepsy
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Neuropathy
  • Opioid Prescription
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Spinal Cord Injury with Spasticity
The associated or complicating conditions include:

  • Cachexia/Wasting Syndrome
  • Severe or Chronic pain
  • Severe Nausea
  • Severe or Persistent Muscle Spasms
  • Seizures

Additional qualifying conditions are being considered and added to the program on an ongoing basis.

Healthcare Professional?
Learn How To Certify Your Patients

Healthcare professionals in New York interested in issuing written certifications for the medical use of marijuana must complete a professional development program. The continuing education program must explain the proper use of marijuana, including side effects, dosage, and contraindications, including with psychotropic drugs, as well as on substance abuse recognition, diagnosis, and use related to marijuana.