A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or the treatment for a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition that causes:
The patient should bring in medical records that indicate their qualifying condition or treatment for their qualifying condition. Our staff is trained to evaluate these records, to help the patient qualify for a medical marijuana card. Medical records qualify the patient if they are within the last 12 months, indicate a qualifying condition with a physical exam and are signed by an MD, DO, or ND/NMD.
If the patient does not have applicable medical records within the last 12 months, there are options available. Please contact our clinic and we can help discuss the options.
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Once their medical records meet the state requirements for medical marijuana certification, the patient will then be seen by one of our physicians who will evaluate them for certification with an in-person office visit.Type your paragraph here.
In order to be approved for a medical marijuana card in Arizona the patient must have a qualifying medical condition that the state of Arizona has recognized, which allow for the patient to apply for a medical marijuana card. If the patient is pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning on becoming pregnant in the next 24 months, they are not eligible for a medical marijuana certification due to the known and potential harms to the fetus or newborn. You will also need to have an ID card or passport.
After completing the certification exam, the doctor will give the certification approval form to the front office staff. The front office staff will then ask for the patient to verify their personal contact information and review forms regarding the use of medical marijuana.
The certification card will arrive in the mail. Cards can take up to two weeks to be processed and mailed to the patient’s home address.
Confused about the process?
AllGreens Clinic welcomes all questions! Please contact us at: 623-214-9212