The Holistic Center (‘THC’) is the oldest and most experienced medical marijuana certification center in Massachusetts.
We provide you with current, accurate, and medically-sound counseling to answer questions about cannabinoid treatment.
New Patient Appointments:
Or Call 617-787-7400 or 617-510-8191
3 Easy Steps to Obtain your Certification:
- 1 Select Your Appointment Type
- 2 Fill Out the Online Form and Submit
- 3 We will call you to book your appointment
Do you need to reschedule? Click here to create a new appointment
BECOME A NEW PATIENT IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY TO CERTIFY VIA TELE-HEALTH. You will receive a medical card on the same day.
2 Convenient Locations:
*Payable at the time of appointment booking
Assistance with Annual CCC Registration Process (Step II)
Needed if you are NOT tech-savvy
The important next step is obtaining your certification. We can assist you in submitting your information to the Cannabis Control Commission Website. $40
There is a $50 fee on refunds for missed appointments or non-approval based on-non-medical issues such as invalid identification and the like by the Cannabis Commission.
About the Holistic Center
Medical Marijuana Doctor Massachusetts
For many, easing their suffering involves turning to medical marijuana. Patients can encounter multiple obstacles on their way to attaining a medical marijuana card, and beyond offering a convenient central location in Boston, The Holistic Center can accelerate the journey toward securing one. Any Massachusetts resident who is fighting cancer, AIDS, ALS, or another qualifying illness may schedule an appointment with one of The Holistic Center’s Massachusetts-certified physicians. Along with compassion and encouragement, a patient will receive a physical evaluation, a heart-to-heart dialogue about cannabis as a treatment option, and a consultation about its proper use. The Center can then assist the patient in maneuvering the bureaucratic roadblocks that may prevent him or her from feeling better and experiencing a greater quality of life.
They study Massachusetts law, keep up to date on policies, and advocate for the civil rights and health of Bay State residents. Dr. Michael Moore possesses extensive knowledge of traditional and holistic approaches to medicine and excels at merging them in order to create optimal therapy for his patients. Dr. Michael Moore is now investing his savvy in the promotion of legal medical marijuana use on behalf of The Holistic Center. A patient who comes to The Center can feel assured that the Center’s professionals will guide him or her in an appropriate direction. If that direction includes a recommendation for procuring medical marijuana, The Center will ensure that the patient leaves with a plan for cultivating that resource, one that can alleviate discomfort and improve day-to-day well-being.
The doctors who serve The Holistic Center have received much of their training in Boston and have decidedly committed themselves and their work to Massachusetts citizens.
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