Missouri Green Doctors provides Medical Marijuana Patient Recommedations for Certification in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Excelsior Springs is a city in Missouri located in Clay County with an approximate population of 11522. If you are looking for Medical Marijuana Doctors that provide services to Excelsior Springs, MO residents, Missouri Green Doctors can help. We offer a Telemedicine appointment option where you can meet with one of our Medical Marijuana Doctors Online through a Secure HIPAA Compliant Video Conferencing System. As long as you are able to upload your proof of Missouri residency and medical records pertaining to your Qualifying Condition & have access to a device with a webcam and internet access, there is no need to come into one of our Medical Marijuana Clinic locations. You can be meet with our Marijuana Doctors online to get your evaluation and recommendation for certification for a Missouri Medical Marijuana Patient ID Card. You can book an appointment online at https://missourigreendoctors.com/book-online/telemed-medical-marijuana-clinic/ or you can call 314-802-1551.
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