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What to Expect On Your First Visit

What to Expect On Your First Visit 

At Verilife, we’re committed to helping you find the relief you seek every step of the way, and knowing what to expect on day one is part of having a positive experience. Below are some of the most commonly asked questions and answers to help you understand what you need to know and what you can expect at your first visit.

If there’s something you’re wondering about that’s not listed, do not hesitate to contact our call center at 1-888-493-6066.


Verilife New York Dispensaries

Verilife dispensaries are conveniently located across New York. Discover our wide array of only the highest quality medical cannabis products available.


Frequently Asked Questions

Be sure to bring your New York medical marijuana card and a state-issued ID in order to purchase medical cannabis products.

You will meet with a Patient Care Representative at his/her desk in a semi-private setting.  

Your Patient Care Representative will help guide you in completing your patient intake form and other information we need.

Yes, you can bring a guest. We understand many of our patients need transportation or someone to assist them while traveling to our locations. Your guests are welcome to come in but they’ll need to wait in our waiting room during your consultation. Only patients with a New York state issued medical marijuana card are allowed in the consulting areas of the dispensary*.

* Some exceptions may apply

Due to federal banking regulations, we do not accept credit cards. We accept cash and CanPay. You can use your debit card with a Cashless ATM system onsite.

Although initial opioid prescribing in New York State is limited to a 7-day supply, no such regulation exists as it pertains to medical cannabis. Patients can purchase up to a 30-day supply of medical cannabis. The practitioner may also impose limitations on specific dosing recommendations, and/or issue the certification for a specified date that is less than one-year if in the practitioner's professional opinion, the patient would benefit from medical cannabis only until a specified earlier date. The registered practitioner should use professional judgement in determining the appropriate length of treatment. When dispensing to patients, registered organizations must abide by the recommendations or limitations provided by the certifying practitioner.


Have Questions? We’ve Got Answers

No matter your level of comfort or knowledge of medical cannabis, we can help answer your questions. Our friendly patient care representatives are happy to talk.

Our hours are 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. EST. 


This website contains medical cannabis information and is restricted to individuals 21 years of age or older. Please confirm your age and state:

  • IL
  • MD
  • MA
  • NY
  • OH
  • PA

Did you know that most medical marijuana information is state-specific? We have dispensaries in each of the above states, along with state-specific resources for patients. For the best experience, please select a state.