How Do I Apply to the OMMU Registry and Create my Account?
Want to register on the Florida Office of Medical Marijuana OMMU Registry? Here’s how to login, load photos, pay your fees, and get your card.
Step 1: After a KindHealth doctor approves and enters you into the registry, they will send emails.
Step 2: In your email account, you will see 2 emails with “Medical Marijuana Use Registry New User Account” in the subject line. One of these contains your username (your email address). The second email contains your temporary password.
Step 3. Highlight and copy the temporary password. You need it to paste into the registry login.
Step 4: A link to the login is found below your temporary password on the same window. Click this link to go to the Registry’s website home screen.
Step 5: Click the “Menu" button.
Step 6: Click the “login” link. Type in your username, then paste your temporary password into the correct screen fields. Your temporary password is valid for only one successful login attempt. It must be used within 24 hours of the email being sent to you.
Step 7: Click “Log in” (there is no need to remember this password).
Step 8: After log in, paste your temporary password (from step 3) into the “Current Password” box.
Step 9: Next, create a new password for the registry that is unique to you. It must be at least 10 characters long, and must include at least one of the following:
- Uppercase letter (A, B, C …)
- Lowercase letter (a, b, c …)
- Number (1, 2, 3 …)
- Special character (for example: ‘# . & * ^ $ ( ) & ? / …)
Step 10: Confirm your new password and click “Submit” to change it.
Step 11. If you seem to be having trouble with steps 9 or 10, there is a criteria checklist at the bottom of this window to help check your progress.
Step 12: After successfully changing your password you will redirect to the Registry home page.
If you need more help, visit these medical marijuana OMMU Registry screenshots, or call KindHealth at 786.953.6838. We are always happy to answer any questions you may have. Know the Facts from the medical marijuana OMMU Registry is another helpful patient resource. For more info, visit How to Get Your Medical Marijuana Card in Florida.