Become a patient
To become a patient at the Medical Cannabis Clinics, contact our expert team.
Our specialists must consider whether medical cannabis may be a suitable treatment for you, so we ask all patients to complete a questionnaire which details your medical history, your condition and symptoms. Please return this questionnaire to us, along with a referral letter from your GP or specialist.
Your questionnaire and referral letter are then reviewed in detail by our specialists to ensure that there are no reasons why medical cannabis may not be suitable for you. If our experts are satisfied that medical cannabis treatment may benefit you, we’ll contact you to arrange an appointment with a specialist at our clinics. In exceptional circumstances, we also offer at-home consultations.
If you do not have a referral letter, you will be asked to complete the questionnaire and return it to us along with a 10-year medical summary, the results of any recent blood tests and any letters from specialists overseeing your care. Patients can obtain this information from their GP and specialists. The team will then get in touch with you to book an appointment with our in-house GP.
To make a referral to our service for yourself, or a friend or family member, please fill in the form below, or call us to speak in person.
A consultation with one of our specialists costs £250. If you do not have a referral letter from your own GP or specialist, you will require an additional appointment with our GP which costs £100.
Follow up appointments with our specialists cost £150 and take place after three weeks and then once per month for three months after receiving the medication, to monitor progress and make adjustments to the treatment plan as required. If during the first three months everything is progressing well, it may be appropriate to continue follow-up appointments as half hour phone conversations at £50.
The cost of medical cannabis prescriptions vary depending on the products recommended for you, and the dose of the medication which varies from person to person. We employ a ‘start low, go slow approach’ to achieve symptom relief depending on your case and indications.