Dr. Jean-Yves Dastain graduated in Paris, France from the University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI), Medical School: Broussais Hotel Dieu, Paris and received his Medical Diploma in 1983.
Dr. Jean-Yves Dastain had a career in an Academic Hospital in Paris as an Associate Professor of Medicine until retired at 62 year old.
Dr. Jean-Yves Dastain spent 9 months at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan in the Cardiology Unit. He graduated in 2012 after passing all the required medicine exams and got a New York and Florida Medical License. The US residency was waived after his background was vetted by the Boards.
Dr. Jean-Yves Dastain private practice in Manhattan was mainly Internal Medicine , Aesthetic Medicine as well as working in an Urgent Care Center, doing emergency medicine. After 7 years of practice in Manhattan Dr Dastain relocated in Naples with his spouse and started practicing Internal Medicine and Aesthetic Medicine with, Botox & Filler Treatment in his new location in Naples. Florida
Dr Dastain is fluent in English, French, German and Italian and is a member of the American Medical Association.
For Medical Marijuana Certification Patients in order to be qualified must be a resident of Florida State and must be at least the age of 18.
Patients must have a documented medical record, please call our center for eligibility for Medical Marijuana Treatment.
Location: Medical Office: Emerald Medical Center
1250 Tamiami North Trail Suite 104, on US 41 near NAPLES ZOO
NAPLES Fl 34102
For Botox and Filler By Appointment Only: On Wednesday and thursday,
The medical visit requested for your certification depends upon your medical condition and will include:
• A review of your medical record or documents.
• A comprehensive Physical Examination.
• A completion of the certification with Florida Department of Health.
If accepted, you will receive a copy of your certification for the Medical Marijuana and the instructions to get your certification from the department of health online
You will be, then, able to go to the dispensary in order to get the medication, the prescription is valid for 7 months.
Fees: Initial appointment: $250 .
(Bank does not accept any transaction regarding Marijuana) Fee for refill medical visit: $150, every 7 months.
If you miss a confirmed appointment, there is a $50 no-show fee. If you do not have medical records at the time of your visit, the doctor will not be able to see you and you must reschedule a new appointment, and pay the $50 cancellation fee.
According to the Compassionate Care Act, Florida State's medical marijuana law, a qualifying "serious condition" is defined as "having one of the following severe debilitating or life-threatening conditions":
Active or Recurrent Cancer
Positive status for HIV or AIDS
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Lou Gehrig's disease
Damage to the nerve tissue of the spinal cord with objective neurological indication of intractable spasticity
Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis
A chronic pain as a qualifying condition. It defines chronic pain as"any severe debilitating pain that the practitioner determines degrades health and functional capability; where the patient has contraindications, has experienced intolerable side effects, or has experienced failure of one or more previously tried therapeutic options; and where there is documented medical evidence of such pain having lasted three months or more beyond onset, or the practitioner reasonably anticipates such pain to last three months or more beyond onset."
Various neuropathic disorders: peripheral, diabetic, cranial (optic, auditory), autonomic, small fiber neuropathy (SFN) often associated with fibromyalgia & focal neuropathy
AND diagnosed with any of the following symptoms where it is clinically associated with a complication or its treatment: cachexia or wasting syndrome, severe or chronic pain, severe nausea, seizures, severe or persistent muscle spasms or such conditions as added by the Commissioner.
The Florida Dept of Health requires a bona fide relationship between the patient and certifying physician before the physician can recommend a patient for the use of medical cannabis to ensure a safe therapeutic approach. The establishment of this relationship will be based on the severity of symptoms for each qualifying condition.
Documentation of standard-of-care treatment for the qualifying condition must demonstrate the failure of conventional medications to control currently active symptoms within the last 12 months.
Contact us and confirm that we have received your medical records from your doctor, or bring them with you to your appointment.
For those with a history of psychiatric disorders or history of addiction, including alcohol and substance abuse, continuity of care by your mental and behavioral health specialist must be established within the last 12 months.