Thank you for your interest in Greenleaf Care. Listed below are frequently asked questions and their answers. If you do not find your question here call our customer service at 1-888-774-7076. We will be happy to assist you.
GreenLeaf Care is an easy and quick way to get your medical cannabis card from home. Our doctors are committed to providing a stress-free experience where patients receive a cost-effective, expert evaluation by a licensed medical professional.
How does it work?
It’s simple. Just answer a few health questions. It only takes a few minutes. You upload your Drivers License or State ID, enter your payment information. You will then be in an on-line waiting room to see the doctor.
If approved you get a temporary copy of your recommendation on-line. We will send you a hard copy through the mail.
If you are not approved by the doctor you will not be charged! Risk Free!
GreenLeaf Care does not accept insurance.
No. GreenLeaf Care accepts all potential patients for evaluation.
All you need is a U.S phone number and a valid U.S. issued photo ID.
Drivers License,Passport, State issued ID Card.
Patients should bring written documentation, including their diagnosis, the name, address, phone number and fax number of their primary healthcare provider. Prescription bottles are accepted, but must be current and contain the contact information for the prescribing physician on the label.
You are welcome to come in and have a consultation with the doctor.
Here are your options:
Patients who receive a legal physician's recommendation will receive the signed original doctors recommendation. We also provide 24 hour patient verification so law enforcement and dispensaries can confirm you are a medical cannabis patient in good standing.
GreenLeaf Care physician's recommendations are on a per case basis with a term limit of one year.
GreenLeaf Care provides total confidentiality for all our patients. Medical records are strictly confidential. GreenLeaf Care closely follows the Federal Doctor-Patient Confidentiality (HIPAA) laws. Patient records will only be disclosed at the written request of the patient.
Patients under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Yes. Patients must have disabilities that require care giving and bring their designated caregivers with them to their evaluation
There is no charge for patients that do not qualify.