Medical Marijuana Use Registry

The Medical Marijuana Use Registry is a secure, electronic and online database for the registration of qualified physicians and patients.

Important Update

In accordance with § 381.986(8)(e)16.b., Florida Statutes, beginning Monday, December 13, 2021, MMTCs may not dispense more than a 35-day supply limit of marijuana in a form for smoking during any 35-day period.

To help patients/caregivers and MMTC employees know how many ounces a patient is eligible to receive, the Registry will be updated with a new "Amount Available Calculation" page.

  • Patients & Caregivers, please see our new guide for the "Amount Available" page, here.
  • MMTC employees, please see the new guide for the "Amount Available" page and updated dispensation guides, here.

MMUR Identification Cards

Learn how to apply for a Medical Marijuana Use Registry (MMUR) identification card.


Instructional Guides

Our step-by-step instructional guides can walk you through the most common tasks in the Registry.

Log into the Registry

Access the Medical Marijuana Use Registry by clicking the "log in" button below.


Need technical assistance with the Registry? Contact us at 850-245-4657 (Option 2) to speak with Technical Support.

Have a suggestion to help improve the Registry? Submit a suggestion form here.

Medical Marijuana Use Registry Identification Cards

Once a qualified patient is added to the Medical Marijuana Use Registry by their qualified physician, the patient must apply for a Medical Marijuana Use Registry Identification Card. If the patient requires the medical assistance of a caregiver, the caregiver must also be added to the Registry by the patient’s qualified physician and obtain a Registry Identification Card.

For step-by-step instructions and other resources, visit our Registry Identification Cards page.

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Having Trouble Logging In?

    • Patients and Caregivers: Your username is the email address that you supplied your qualified physician. Please note, if you do not provide your qualified physician with an email address, you will not have access to the Registry.
    • Physicians: Your username is the one you created while self-registering in the Registry.
    • Law Enforcement: Contact your agency's Master User to obtain your username.

Forgot your password? Click here to request a new password.

Instructional Guides

Need help completing a specific task in the Registry? View our step-by-step instructional guides below to walk you through the tasks that the OMMU receives the most questions about.