Dr Yan Ren
- Medical cannabis authorised prescriber
- Nicotine vape authorised prescriber
Dr Yan Ren completed her medical degree at UNSW and is a fellow with the RACGP. She was born in China and speaks fluent Mandarin and English. Dr Yan Ren is a GP and a medical cannabis prescriber.
Helping you achieve a better quality of life
Service offerings of a doctor’s office from the comfort of your home.
How does it work?
Make an appointment online
- Enter your details and fill the consent form
- Pre-payment in full is required before the consultation
Attend your appointment via telehealth
- Dr Ren will call you around your booking time from a private number (please ensure you unblock your phone)
- If you are unable to take the call for any reason, don’t worry. Dr Ren will try calling back later on the same day
Your Prescriptions Sent To A Medical Cannabis
- Pharmacist will usually be in touch (via phone or SMS) in the next 1-2 business days
- Your medication will be express mailed to your door, if nobody is home it will be taken to the nearest post office, it will never be left in front of the home (signature required for medical supplies)
- Up to 1 week (usually quicker) for you to receive your treatment (time may be longer during public holidays)
Follow-ups as needed
- Monthly follow up is suggested for the first 3 to 6 months. Later on can be every 3 to 6 months
- Prescription without consult is offered at a reduced price
We’re here to all your questions
If you have any questions, please fill out the form below.
Medical cannabis has been legal in Australia since late 2016. However Australia has not legalized recreational cannabis yet. It is illegal to purchase/sell cannabis from the internet. A doctor’s prescription is required for any medical cannabis products and they should be obtained from an Australian pharmacy.
Medical cannabis is considered as a second-line therapy after trialed and/or failed conventional therapy
It is used for chronic pain (cancer or non-cancer), insomnia, anxiety/depression, PTSD, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, endometriosis, menopausal symptoms, acne, chemo-induced nausea and vomiting, Parkinson’s disease etc.
You might be eligible for medical cannabis if you have been diagnosed with a chronic condition lasting longer than 3 months and you have tried at least one conventional medication but not satisfied with the result or had side effects.