Stephanie Johnson, D.O.

Medical Marijuana Specialist located in Santa Rosa Beach, FL & Panama City, FL

About Dr. Johnson

When it comes to what first sparked Dr. Stephanie Johnson’s passion and determination, she knows just who to thank: her father, who taught her the values of hard and oftentimes tireless work, and her great-grandmother, one of the first women to attend Carlow University in the 1920’s. Though she was unable to graduate because of the Great Depression, Stephanie vowed to do it for her, and a century later, here she is living out her great-grandmother’s legacy.

Somewhere along the way, the calling came that she was created to help save lives. Stephanie graduated from an osteopathic school where she was taught the key to wellness is “to treat our bodies as a whole mind, body, and spirit,” and, from there, went on to attend what at the time was one of only five dually accredited Emergency Medicine Residences in the country, Michigan State University. Training at a Level-1 trauma center, she learned some of the hardest lessons of all, but she kept going.

After graduating from residency in 2009, she moved to the Emerald Coast where she’s been working as an Emergency Medicine physician for over a decade. Over the years, witnessing the opiate crisis firsthand as well as the shortcomings of conventional healthcare, she knew she needed to do something to try and help people suffering without hope or relief.

Self-taught through over 4,000 pages and conferencing with other cannabis clinicians, she began providing cannabis consultations just 27 days after the new law was passed in November of 2016. Dr. Johnson started by solely treating cancer patients and slowly expanded her practice to cover each of the qualifying conditions.

After just two years, she’s doubled the practice, opened a second location in Panama City, and with her amazing staff by her side, served over a thousand patients and counting.

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When it comes to what first sparked Dr. Stephanie Johnson’s passion and determination, she knows just who to thank: her father, who taught her the values of hard and oftentimes tireless work, and her great-grandmother, one of the first women to attend Carlow University in the 1920’s. Though she was unable to graduate because of the Great Depression, Stephanie vowed to do it for her, and a century later, here she is living out her great-grandmother’s legacy.

Somewhere along the way, the calling came that she was created to help save lives. Stephanie graduated from an osteopathic school where she was taught the key to wellness is “to treat our bodies as a whole mind, body, and spirit,” and, from there, went on to attend what at the time was one of only five dually accredited Emergency Medicine Residences in the country, Michigan State University. Training at a Level-1 trauma center, she learned some of the hardest lessons of all, but she kept going.

After graduating from residency in 2009, she moved to the Emerald Coast where she’s been working as an Emergency Medicine physician for over a decade. Over the years, witnessing the opiate crisis firsthand as well as the shortcomings of conventional healthcare, she knew she needed to do something to try and help people suffering without hope or relief.

Self-taught through over 4,000 pages and conferencing with other cannabis clinicians, she began providing cannabis consultations just 27 days after the new law was passed in November of 2016. Dr. Johnson started by solely treating cancer patients and slowly expanded her practice to cover each of the qualifying conditions.

After just two years, she’s doubled the practice, opened a second location in Panama City, and with her amazing staff by her side, served over a thousand patients and counting.


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