How Medical Cannabis Clinics work?

We provide alternative cannabis care plans that may include CBD and THC therapies to replace ineffective ongoing treatments.

If doctors are considering the suitability of their patients for medicinal cannabis, send a referral and medical history directly to [email protected]

How it works?

How to access medicinal cannabis in Australia?

Screening of suitability

A 15 minute call with our allied health professionals to assess your suitability for medicinal cannabis. If suitable, a patient is asked to send in a Referral and Health Summary to begin their chronic care journey. Note: DVA patients require a letter from their treating specialist. 

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Initial Consultation

Once we have received a patient’s referral and medical history, CA Clinics’ medicinal cannabis specialist deep dives into the patient’s case. The doctor also uses this time to assess CBD oil treatment options that may include medicinal cannabis therapy. Medicinal cannabis therapy options could come in the form of TGA authorised THC and/or CBD oils, compounds or vaporisers.

Clinics Medicinal Cannabis Doctors and Patients

Post-Approval Consultation

After the Initial Consultation, our medical cannabis team applies for a TGA approval to accompany the doctor’s script. CA Clinics’ doctor then briefs the patient on what to expect of their CBD and THC care and medication.

Medicinal cannabis & CBD oil Australia Doctors Australia at CA Clinics

Ongoing Monitoring

This monthly consultation follows a patient’s progress of their medicinal cannabis treatments, with dosages of CBD oil and THC potentially added and adjusted in their medical marijuana prescriptions as needed and referring doctors kept in the loop.

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CA Clinics Extended Guide

CA Clinics navigates regulatory pathways to medicinal cannabis treatments in Australia, fast tracking processes and ensuring patients get the quality CBD and THC care they need. 

It is imperative for sufferers to have access to the resources and treatment that can best assist them at this time, and Telehealth is certainly an increasingly important and safe avenue to provide this…

Medical cannabis is increasingly being explored as part of GP mental health treatment plans for a range of conditions. 

Dr Mark Hardy

Addiciton Specialist

Speaking to the The Green Fund