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Care Quality Commission Report

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Good

Safe
Good
Effective
Unrated
Caring
Good
Responsive
Outstanding
Well-Led
Good

Scored 60/100

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About LCC

As a fully licensed and regulated medical establishment, we prescribe a range of cannabis-based treatments which have helped thousands of patients living with short-term or chronic pain.

Located on the capital’s prestigious Harley Street, the London Cannabis Clinic is a branch of the London Pain Clinic. As a fully licensed and regulated medical establishment, we prescribe a range of cannabis-based treatments which have helped thousands of patients living with short-term or chronic pain.

There is no need to continue to suffer. As the go-to doctors when pain is the barrier to rehabilitation, Consultants at the London Pain Clinic utilise the most advanced diagnostics to ensure they get to the root of the problem. They will then work together with you to create a personal treatment programme to beat your pain.

£299 Sign-Up Session
£175 Consultations
£25 Repeat Prescriptions

Information on Appointment Pricing

It costs £299 for an initial sign-up consultation at LCC as a new patient. Generally, most clinics will offer a free initial screening assessment; sometimes by online questionnaire, in other cases simply by calling and talking to a clinician about your specific condition(s).

Each consultation at this clinic costs £175, which is required for every change to your prescription medication, or every 3 months in general for check-ups after repeat prescriptions. Under current regulations, as a CBPM patient you must be assessed at least once every 3 months for the suitability of your medications for treating your particular condition(s).

This clinic charges £25 for each repeat prescription.

Further Information & Patient Sign-Up for LCC

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