Cannabis Doctors Australia (CDA) are one of the highest-rated and most well-known clinics in Australia.
Home to Brisbane, they apply, prescribe and provide medicinal cannabis for patients who are approved through their process.
They are a clinic focused on the humanistic approach to cannabis medical treatment.
You can take their medicinal cannabis eligibility test here! The patient’s journey to medicinal marijuana
1) The referral
In order to set an appointment with a cannabis clinic, you will need to:
obtain a referral from your doctor ( found here)
provide a health summary from your doctor
fill in the consent form ( found here)
2) The consultation
Once you have filled in the contact form requesting an appointment (
Patient Enquiry form), you will be on the right track to gaining access to medicinal cannabis.
The process typically follows:
TGA approval request
3) The prescription
Once approved, the doctor will write up a prescription for the recommended medical cannabis treatment.
The pharmacy will order the product from the supplier, and the medicinal cannabis will be posted to you.
Outstanding service and quality humanistic doctors. Thanks you CDA
Informative, friendly and intelligible staff. I have already recommended CDA clinics to friends and family who require their services.
Really impressed with the service by all at CDA Clinics. The products are really affordable and the doctors there are great at explaining the process.
Price to gain access to medicinal cannabis
The costs to gain access to medicinal cannabis is standard across most clinics.
initial medical cannabis consultation: $199.00
Follow up consultation: $65.00
Follow up general consultation: $59.00
Unfortunately, the majority of private health funds and Medicare do not cover the consultations and medical prescription fees, in most costs.
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