We are currently offering certifications to patients with a qualifying diagnosis, wishing to obtain a Medical Marijuana Card.

In order to obtain a MMJ card, you must show you have been to the doctor within the past 12 months for a visit about your qualifying diagnosis, or  medical records that are signed by a physician stating you have a diagnosis that is on the list of qualifying diagnosis.

After Medical Records are obtained, a quick consult with our doctor will provide you with the remainder of paperwork necessary for a MMJ Card.  Our office staff will be happy to complete your online application for a nominal fee.

Click to print out a Medical Record Release Form, you will need to submit this to your Doctors office so they can send us the proper records.

The qualifying diagnosis are as follows:

Cancer, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, ALS, Crohn’s Disease, Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease, Chronic pain, Seizures, Muscle Spasms, Severe Nausea, and Cachexia.

Unfortunately, Arizona does not consider Anxiety or Depression to be a qualifying diagnosis for an MMJ card.

As of January 1st 2015, PTSD is now a qualifying diagnosis, with medical records stating you are actively seeking medical care for treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. 

Examples Scenarios:

1. If you have Crohn’s Disease, we would need a medical record, SOAP note, or doctors office chart note stating you have this disease.

2. If you have chronic pain, we would need a doctors medical record stating the pain, where it is, if you have been treated for this pain in the past and if this is a chronic persistent pain.

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