Welcome to REN Health.

REN Health is a medical practice located in Milford, Connecticut. Our mission is to empower patients with knowledge and confidence on the way to success when addressing personal health goals, and to help them live a longer, healthier life.

We offer a safe, confidential, and compassionate environment for patients looking to be certified and have legal access to medical cannabis in Connecticut. Treatment with medical cannabis, also known as medical marijuana, is one of the main focuses and expertise of our practice. We employ numerous health benefits that the Cannabis plant has to offer to patients in relieving symptoms of debilitating medical conditions, including such symptoms as chronic pain, nausea induced by chemotherapy, spasticity, recurrent seizures, chronic insomnia, intrusive symptoms of PTSD, and many others. Our board certified physician is licensed to practice medicine in Connecticut and is registered with Connecticut Medical Marijuana Program. We are dedicated to providing our patients with both resources and support, and are here to help you determine if medical cannabis is the right choice for you. 

As the research on medical cannabis advances, we are continuously monitoring new data about risks and benefits of medical cannabis as an alternative treatment. REN Health strictly adheres to Connecticut law regarding palliative use of medical cannabis and to HIPAA regulations that protect the privacy and health information of our patients. 

REN Health is making a difference, one patient at a time.

The first step in the application process is to make sure that your condition is listed among approved medical conditions for the palliative use of medical marijuana in the state of Connecticut. For the current list of these conditions, please click here.

To request an appointment, please click here or call 203.951.5700. If you do not have records on hand, you can still request an appointment, however, in order to be certified you must provide records to us not later than at the time of your appointment.     

In order to be certified all patients must provide current (within the last two years) medical records stating their qualifying condition for which they receive treatment. For details of how to submit your records or how to obtain them, please click here. 


We have implemented an electronic patient registration system to reduce the amount of paperwork that patients need to complete when preparing for the appointment. Please click here for more details.