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Registry Identification Cards

Office of Medical Marijuana Use


NEW!

  • Now accepting online payments! If you have already mailed in a check or money order, please do not pay online to avoid duplicate payment. A $2.75 convenience fee applies to each online payment. 
  • The Registry is connected to the Division of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle’s State ID system. If there is a match to the information supplied by your Physician, your State ID or Driver’s License photo is automatically added to your Application.

 

Application Processing Timeline
The current processing time for complete applications is five (5) business days from the date in which payment successfully processes and posts to the Registry. Online payments take five (5) business days to process. If any part of an application is rejected for missing or invalid documentation, the processing time will be delayed.

 

For assistance with your application or a status on your submitted application, please call: 800-808-9580

 

To apply for a Medical Marijuana Use Registry identification card, a patient or caregiver must:

  1. Be entered into the Medical Marijuana Use Registry (MMUR) by a Qualified Ordering Physician
  2. Completean electronic or paper Medical Marijuana Use Registry Identification Application.

Please keep in mind, electronic applications are processed significantly faster than paper applications.

Electronic Application

Paper Application

  • Access the Medical Marijuana Use Registry (https://mmuregistry.flhealth.gov/) to complete your electronic application
  • Retrieve your login credentials that has been sent to the email address supplied to the Medical Marijuana Use Registry by your qualified physician (Remember to check your spam or junk folder!)
  • Complete your application and submit your $75 processing fee

Forhelp completing your application:

  • Complete all required fields and include:
    • An approved passport-type photo
    • Proof of residency
    • $75.00 check or money order made out to the Florida Department of Health (Remember to include your Patient ID Number and DOB)
    • Sign your application
  • Mail your application and payment to:

Office of Medical Marijuana Use

PO Box 31313

Tampa, FL 33631-3313

For help completing your application:

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  3. Be sure to include your email: Once your Identification Card application has been approved, you will receive a temporary identification via email to be used to fill your order until your physical card arrives
Renewals:
To maintain an active Medical Marijuana Use Registry identification card, a patient and/or caregiver must annually submit a renewal application, along with the application fee and any required accompanying documents to the department forty-five (45) days prior to the card expiration date. Identification cards expire one year after the date of approval. The expiration date of the identification card is printed on the front of the card. Patients and caregivers may renew their identification card via paper or electronic application. If submitting a paper application, please ensure the Renewal Application box is checked on the top of page 3 of the application.
Caregivers:
Patients who are minors must designate a caregiver on his or her application, and in the Medical Marijuana Use Registry. All caregivers must be added to the Medical Marijuana Use Registry and submit a completed application to the Office of Medical Marijuana Use to obtain an identification card.
To change, replace or Surrender your ID card:
In order to change, replace or surrender your Medical Marijuana Use Registry Identification Card please fill out the Change, Replacement or Surrender Request form and mail your $15 payment to the address above.

All patients and caregivers must have an approved application prior to filling an order for low-THC cannabis, medical marijuana, or a marijuana delivery device at one of the state’s medical marijuana treatment centers.