Offering workshops, hands on instruction and on site services is a large part of our dedication to continuing education and information for our members. With these on site services not available to telemedicine* members, this is a discounted avenue of approach.
*A telemedicine appointment is when we connect our members with an MD for a consultation in the comfort of their own home on their computer or phone.
Your National Access Cannabis Access card replaces paper documents with a secure easy-to-carry card that confirms your legal medical marijuana patient status wherever you go in Canada. It comes with built in features to quickly enable confirmation by law enforcement authorities. Plus when you travel, your card will be welcomed at a growing nationwide network of NAC centres.
Members receive an in-depth education session. They can also contact National Access Cannabis anytime to address questions, concerns, or receive guidance. Our goal is to ensure members are comfortable and confident using their medication.
Members receive 10% off all retail items.
National Access Cannabis will assist you in selecting an appropriate strain and transmitting your order to a licensed medical cannabis producer.
National Access Cannabis was founded on the idea of talking with people about wellness. We are all about being here for you.
Bringing the Prescription Form to your current family doctor or specialist enables you, if signed and returned, to
obtain your medical cannabis card through our services.
The doctor or specialist in question must be comfortable with prescribing Cannabis through filling out the individuals grams per day & duration.
The second avenue of approach is to provide your family doctor or specialist with our Referral Form. This process alleviates the medical professional from prescribing Cannabis, and instead provides our MD with a better idea of the individual’s ailments and eligibility for medical cannabis.
The third avenue of approach is if your doctor is unwilling to assist you. Medical records that support your diagnosed ailment will need to be collected one of two ways; on your own from your doctors receptionist, or we can obtain them with a completed Release Form.
A prescription/treatment history will also need to be provided.