Medicinal Cannabis Access
As the first 100% online medical cannabis service in the UK, we aim to improve access to prescribers. Our team of Specialists and Health Professionals work toward ensuring patients get the customised quality care they need.
In conjunction with Applied Cannabis Research, our groundbreaking program is the first of its kind in the UK.
Cannabis Access Clinics provides UK patients with access to specialist doctors with experience prescribing cannabis based products (also known as medical marijuana). Cannabis Access Clinics are focussed on helping doctors and patients navigate the regulatory pathway for prescribing medicinal cannabis products in the U.K.
All of our specialists are GMC registered and only prescribe in their field of expertise in accordance with MHRA guidelines. All patients seen in our clinics are enrolled in one or more research studies and receive ongoing monitoring for the duration of treatment.
Performed in conjunction with Applied Cannabis Research, this program supports patient safety and aim to increase understanding of the benefits and risks associated with medical cannabis use. To see if you are eligible for a consult with one of our specialists click here.
Cannabis Access Clinics
We welcome referrals from GP’s or Specialists who feel their patients may benefit from medical cannabis treatments. Our doctors can consult patients or through our video based telehealth service.
Our medical team is backed by an allied health team with deep knowledge and experience in regulatory requirements. We collaborate closely with your GP and Specialist(s) to keep them informed about the progress of consultations.
Cannabis Access Clinics is not affiliated with any product manufacturer and our clinicians maintain complete clinic independence from a prescribing perspective.
How it works?
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