Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get a medical marijuana card in AZ?
Determine if you have a medical condition that Arizona recognizes. Set an appointment up to visit with our doctor who can certify that you are a good candidate for medical marijuana. Gather any documentation that our office requests you to bring to your appointment, and complete our Patient Intake Form. Visit with a physician at the time of your appointment and let our team help you submit your application.
How much is a medical card in AZ?
Can I get a medical card without medical records?
How much does it cost to renew a medical card in AZ?
How do I get a medical card in AZ online?
Where can I buy medical marijuana in Arizona?
When can I apply for a qualifying patient card?
Do I need to apply for my qualified patient card on-line? Can I walk it in?
How can I apply for a registry identification card to possess and use medical marijuana?
The ADHS website requires that I submit electronic copies of everything. I don’t know how to do that, so how should I proceed?
I can’t afford the cost of a qualifying patient card. Is there a way to pay less?
What are the qualifying conditions for a medical card in Arizona?
Persistent Muscle Spasms
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Cachexia or wasting syndrome
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
What if my medical condition is not listed?
Does AZ DHS provide a list of marijuana doctors who will write a medical marijuana certification?
Can my doctor just write a note to certify me?
No. A specific certification form must be filled out completely and signed by the physician that is submitting the written certification.
Who can write a medical marijuana certification for a patient?
Physicians who have a valid Arizona medical license may write certifications for that patient. These include a MDs (medical doctor), DOs (Doctors of Osteopath), HMDs (Homeopath Physicians), or NMDs (Naturopath Physicians).