The Best Medical Marijuana Doctor's In Los Angeles

New Patient $49   Renewal $29       

Hours are from 10:30 to 6:30.

Walk ins are welcome.                                 

                            

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1439 N. Highland Ave.; Hollywood, CA 90028 (Cross Street Sunset & Highland)

1155 N. Vermont; Los Angeles, CA 90029 (Cross Street Santa Monica Blvd. & Vermont)

6650 Reseda Blvd.; Ste 104 Reseda, CA 91355 (Cross Street Vanowen)

NOW SERVING ORANGE COUNTY

12570 Brookhurst St.; Garden Grove, CA 92840

 

 

 

Google Map to the Highland Clinic

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Public Transportation Details Below

Both Locations are near the Metro Red line. If you’re going to the Highland Clinic your train stop will be Highland and Hollywood Blvd. If you’re going to the Vermont Clinic your train stop will be Vermont and Santa Monica. Walking time from the Hollywood/Highland Metro Red Line is a five minute walk to the clinic. Walking time from the Vermont/Santa Monica Metro Red Line is a two minute walk to the clinic

 

Our Medical Services are detailed below

Californians can use and possess Medical Marijuana legally, and it is legal for Californians to speak with a doctor regarding the use of Medical Marijuana. Since the passage of the Compassionate Use Act of 1996 (Proposition 215), many Californians have found relief from pain and other symptoms with Medical Marijuana.

We also provide a Medical Marijuana Card for patients to fit in there wallet. We have two Los Angeles Medical Marijuna Doctor Locations for your convenience. Both Medical Marijuana Evaluation centers are open seven days a week.

Our Marijuana Doctors provide 420 Evaluations for Medical Marijuana recommendations, treatment plans, patient verification,  ID cards and full medical support for all patients in a safe and confidential environment.

Medical marijuana is a medicine used in treating the suffering caused by serious and debilitating medical conditions. Serious and debilitating medical conditions include:

(1) Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).

(2) Anorexia.

(3) Arthritis.

(4) Cachexia.

(5) Cancer.

(6) Chronic pain.

(7) Glaucoma.

(8) Migraine.

(9) Persistent muscle spasms, including, but not limited to, spasms associated with multiple sclerosis.

(10) Seizures, including, but not limited to, seizures associated with epilepsy.

(11) Severe nausea.

(12) Any other chronic or persistent medical symptom that either:

(A) Substantially limits the ability of the person to conduct one or more major life activities as

defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990