Changes to the 420 Clinic Patient Process

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People ask us all the time, “How does this work?” So in order to dispel some myths, and explain the process, here’s how things work at 420 Clinic.

  1. SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT: Contact 420 Clinic to get your appointment started, either by phone (403-475-4205), in person or email (staff@420clinic.ca). We can also come to you for an appointment, if accessibility is an issue. Please note, we do not take appointment requests over social media, for security and accuracy reasons.
  2. MEET WITH OUR CARE STAFF: At your appointment, one of our customer care staff will speak with you in a confidential environment to determine how you qualify and the following steps to proceed.
  3. DETERMINE NEXT STEPS: 420 Clinic recognizes that each individual is different. Our customer care staff will customize the process to meet the patient’s needs and medical condition.
  4. FIND THE SOLUTION FOR YOU: Once qualified, our staff will help select an appropriate prescription strain that’s best for you. We can also provide you with advice on creating your own edible preparations, such as oil, tinctures, baked goods and more. 420 Clinic carries a variety of vaporizers and accessories for your convenience. Please note, we do not have favouritism with Licensed Producers, we work with all of them, so we’re able to provide our patients’ with unbiased opinions.

The biggest change to our process, is that there is no fee to see our doctors or access our services. Please call us in Calgary for more information: 403-475-4205.

Comments 1

  1. Hi there,

    I am interested in finding some high CBD low THC oil that I would be able to mix into a coconut oil or something similar for baking or other oral ingestion.

    I don’t have my medical card and as I understand the process has become quite backlogged recently.

    I have been looking online and I am still kind of confused about the legality of getting a good quality product. As I understand, most of the stuff is hemp oil and not high a ratio CBD:THC cannabis extraction which has much more benefits from the other cannabinoids present.

    I guess I’m just looking for a little direction and don’t really know who to turn to for answers!

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Nick

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