Medical cannabis has been legal in Canada since 2001 and only those licensed through Health Canada are able to provide medical cannabis to patients. MD Connected has partnered with Medical Cannabis by Shoppers® to ensure our patients have access to a variety of medical cannabis options.
Covered by OHIP in Ontario with a valid health card and $50 per visit in BC, MAN, QC, NS and PEI.
IS THIS TREATMENT RIGHT FOR YOU?
Medical cannabis has the potential to help with several medical conditions and an array of medical research is currently underway throughout the world to further define its medical properties. We are committed to educating our patients on medical cannabis and providing access to experienced medical professionals who can help guide them on their journey with this new treatment.
WITH YOU EVERY STEP OF THE WAY
Part of what sets MD Connected apart is our commitment to education. Every medical cannabis consultation is personalized based on your needs. From selecting the best strain, to assisting with the ordering process, MD Connected is with you every step of the way.
Our team of cannabis specialists are experts in educating and treating patients for a wide range of conditions with cannabis. MD connected provides the best care when it comes to their cannabis needs.
A TRUSTED PARTNER
As our preferred partner, Medical Cannabis by Shoppers® provides patients with access to a growing list of Licensed Producers from all over Canada and ensures all our prescribed cannabis products adhere to the highest quality and safety standards. Ask our team about their Financial Access Program which includes compassionate pricing and senior and veterans’ discounts.
WHAT CONDITIONS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR MEDICAL CANNABIS?
If you experience one or more of the following conditions you may be eligible to receive medical cannabis after consulting with one of our physicians.
Talk to our doctors to find out if medical cannabis is right for you.
Auto accident injury
Back and neck issues
Chronic nausea (caused by medication, chemotherapy or otherwise)
Epilepsy (to help control seizures)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Muscular DystrophyParkinson’s Disease
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Spinal Cord injury/disease