About Us

Dr. Vanessa Niles

Synergy Health Medical Marijuana Evaluation Clinic provides online medical marijuana recommendations and medical marijuana cards in California, Georgia, and New York State.

Through a streamlined, private, and HIPAA and ASA compliant process, we quickly provide medical marijuana certifications with instant legal recommendations sent by email so patients can make purchases immediately and hard copy recommendations with medical marijuana cards discreetly delivered by mail in 3-5 days.

We also offer each patient an exclusive medical treatment plan to aid their wellness journey. For patients who receive their medical marijuana cards, we offer 24/7 verification by phone or online for dispensaries to confirm the card’s validity.

You can rest assured that the information you provide to Synergy Health is always kept private. We will never sell, swap, or rent your personal information to anyone. Obtaining a medical marijuana card through SynergyDoctors.com is a fast, secure, and hassle-free process that you can trust.

Synergy Health Medical Marijuana Evaluation Clinic Leadership

Synergy Health and SynergyDoctors.com were founded by Dr. Vanessa Niles, M.D. Dr. Niles is recognized as one of the leading authorities on the delivery of quality medical care in her specialty and is an enthusiastic, dedicated, passionate, and compassionate cannabis advocate. She is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and has more than 30 years of physician practice in the specialty of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Dr. Niles has a well-established and respected history of worldwide medical collaboration, research, philanthropy, outreach, and distinguished leadership (she was appointed by former President Bush as an International Medical Ambassador). With more than 20 years of expertise as a medical consultant on both domestic and international medicine platforms, she is known as a highly-skilled thought leader and visionary contributor in the cannabis industry.

Some of Dr. Niles’ areas of medical marijuana thought leadership include active participation and research on:

  • The role of cannabis in treatment for opioid addiction
  • The use of cannabis for chronic pain management
  • The use of cannabis to prevent and treat Alzheimer’s
  • Serving on boards and supporting research into the use of various forms of delivery of medical marijuana to pediatric populations

With a commitment to the delivery of outstanding cannabis solutions that meet the medical, care, and recreational needs of diverse populations, Dr. Niles is known as a “Cannabis Solution Leader.” She is committed to supporting entrepreneurism and opportunities in the cannabis industry and actively shares her expertise through continued medical practice, education, and consulting.

Dr. Stephen S. Robinson

Dr. Stephen S Robinson grew up in Newark, NJ and graduated from Reed College in Portland, Oregon and the University of Washington Medical School in Seattle. Dr. Robinson completed his MPH at Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health.

His passion for both public health and global health became a lifelong commitment after visiting Cuba in the early 70s and again in the mid 80s. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Harlem Hospital Center, and later served as a medical team leader to both Ghana and Liberia with Operation Crossroads Africa.

In New York City, Dr. Robinson worked within the Sophie Davis School at the City College of New York for 15 years, to establish the CUNY Medical School, some of that time with the late Dr. George I. Lythcott.  During his tenure with the City University, also served as the interim director of the Physician Assistant Program at Harlem Hospital Center.  Dr. Robinson worked as Medical Director with Georgia’s Primary Care Assn.  He left the US for five years and worked in Tanzania, setting up an exchange program between the Institute for Medical Research in Tanzania and the Public Health Sciences Institute at Morehouse College. While there, he also worked with Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health evaluating health facilities for their readiness to provide HIV/AIDS care and treatment.

Since his move to Oakland California, Dr. Robinson has been evaluating patients for their use of medical cannabis over the past nine years.  He participated on panels at numerous cannabis-related conferences and delivered presentations on cannabis’ medicinal benefits and dosing strategies to both professional and lay audiences. Dr. Robinson contributed to the revision of the Medical Board of California’s “Guidelines for the Recommendation of Cannabis for Medical Purposes.” He has been a board member of the Society for Cannabis Clinicians and currently serves as president of the organization.

Email address:  <stevesamrob@comcast.net>

Society of Cannabis Clinicians 


Synergy Health’s Georgia Partner

Synergy Health has partnered with Genesis Healthcare Associates P.C. in Smyrna, Georgia to provide the in-person medical examinations required by the state for patients who want to obtain medical marijuana recommendations.

Genesis Healthcare Associates is led by Dr. Carla Neal-Haley who is board certified in both internal medicine and pediatrics. She received her medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1991 and completed her residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at Wayne State University and Detroit Medical Center. She served as Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at Children’s Hospital of Michigan and Wayne State University before moving to Atlanta in 1997.

Dr. Neal-Haley opened Genesis Healthcare Associates after nine years at the Emory Clinic of Smyrna where she was Medical Director for four years. Currently, she serves on the Board of Trustees at the Lovetts School and is Chief of Staff at Emory Adventist Hospital.