It is a plant used for centuries for all kinds of medical conditions. It is a popular alternative for opiates and is non toxic.
While Dr. Robert Goethe is a certified MMJ doctor through the state of Florida’s Compassionate Use system, we are not considered a doctor’s office. We are a physician’s service.
Yes, we see patients by appointment only. Please call our office at 352-601-4200 or email us to schedule an appointment.
You must obtain an ID card – not a prescription – to obtain medical marijuana at a dispensary. Only a Florida state licensed physician certified under the state’s Compassionate Use system can qualify an individual for the Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry.
All patients and/or their legal representatives desiring to obtain medical marijuana must have a valid Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry ID card. This allows the individual named on the card to obtain low-THC marijuana/cannabis, medical marijuana/medical cannabis, and cannabis delivery devices. Patients must be evaluated by Florida state licensed physician, be a Florida resident and submit an application to the Office of Compassionate Use. Once our physician has evaluated your condition, we can provide you with information on how to complete your electronic application.
We want to see you in 70 days from your approval date to check on your progress and offer assistance in dosing. Once settled you don’t need to be seen until your expiration date approaches.
Re-certification is required every year with the State to maintain your ID Card. The fee from the State is $75.
We are not aware of any health insurance companies that cover these visits. We do accept cash and all major credit cards.
We see patients at two convenient locations in Citrus and Sumter counties, centrally located to most individuals who live in Citrus, Marion, Lake, Hernando, Sumter and surrounding counties.
The current list in the state of Florida include:
The list of qualifying conditions could expand in the future.
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