Initial Certification $85 Renewal Certification $75
Sign up for an appointment with our licensed nurse practitioner online. If you have difficulty booking online we are happy to assist you through text, call, or email.
Fill out your medical history and the symptoms for which you are seeking medical cannabis. This allows us to review your chart and have the best advice ready for your appointment.
Because we cannot bill to insurance, we do require a credit card at booking.
A 10-15 minute appointment allows our practitioner to evaluate your symptoms and allows you to ask any questions you might have. When the appointment ends our practitioner fills our a recommendation form.
All patients will be required to show proof of Virginia residency.
Virginia residents have a money back guarantee, if you don't get approved you don't pay for your appointment!
Get approved and receive your certification within minutes! Download your certificate and take it to the dispensary, where you will be able to purchase medication. You do not need to register with the Virginia Board of Pharmacy to access cannabis treatment in Virginia.
If you want a card which may be used in other states then you may want to register with the Board of Pharmacy. Once you have received your certification, you can find more information or register for the optional card here.
We help residents of Virginia who are suffering from symptoms which can be relieved by the use of medical marijuana. With a medical certification, patients can use cannabis products without fear of punishment from their employer. There are very few exceptions to this rule for specific employment types, but the vast majority of people are protected by Virginia state law if they have the medical certification we provide.
Access Medical 420 connects patients with an experienced family nurse practitioner who is a registered practitioner for cannabis oil in the state of Virginia. We believe access to medical marijuana can provide a safer alternative to people suffering from chronic conditions. As patients gain access to medical cannabis, the need for opioids in our community decreases. Our practice seeks to make our communities safer.