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How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Arizona
1. Fill out the Patient Questionnaire Form
We offer among the cheapest mmj certifications in Arizona. Register with Quick Med Cards to book a consultation with our licensed Arizona marijuana doctors.
When you register, we’ll ask some questions about your medical condition. This will only take a few minutes. Then, we’ll instantly connect you to our network of AZ medical marijuana card doctors. From your QMC patient dashboard, simply book an appointment time that is most convenient for you.
2. Speak With Our Arizona Marijuana Doctor
We provide affordable video consultations that are completely online. No in-person appointments are required, and the appointment is usually done in just 15 minutes.
During your video call, you will discuss your medical condition with our doctor, and they will walk you through the potential risks and benefits of cannabis treatment.
3. Get Your AZ Medical Marijuana Card
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What You Receive
- 1 Year Recommendation for Medical Marijuana
- 24/7 Dispensary Verification
- Signed Doctor Certification available for PDF Download
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Why Choose Quick Med Cards?
Certified Medical Marijuana Doctors
All the doctors and nurse practitioners that we work with are fully licensed to certify patients for Medical Marijuana.
Quick Med Cards abides by all HIPAA requirements for handling patient data. We're safe and secure.
Our platform has undergone comprehensive testing to ensure that your data, including medical and credit card information, is safe and does not leave the platform.
No Hidden Fees
Our price includes the appointment with our doctor and your certification for medical marijuana if approved. Fees that are paid directly to the government must be paid by the patient.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much will I save with my medical marijuana card instead of buying recreational marijuana?
Choosing medical over recreational cannabis in Arizona could save you hundreds, even thousands, of dollars. Medical marijuana is cheaper, taxed less, and often comes with extra dispensary perks.
How significant is the price difference between medical and recreational marijuana? The average price for an ounce of high-quality medical marijuana in Arizona is $296.62. Meanwhile, the average price for an ounce of high-quality recreational marijuana is $350.00. That’s a difference of $53.38 per ounce.
Also, Medical marijuana is only subject to the state sales tax of 5.6%. Yet recreational marijuana is subject to an additional excise tax of 16%. So, with your med card, you pay less tax on your purchases than recreational users.
How much money can you save with an Arizona medical card? If you buy an ounce of high-quality cannabis every month for a year and you are a medical user, you will spend around $3,758.76 ($313.23 x 12). On the other hand, a recreational user will pay $5,107.20 ($425.60 x 12). That’s a difference of $1,348.44 per year! That’s enough money to buy four more ounces of medical marijuana.
Besides saving money, what are the other benefits of a medical card when recreational cannabis is legal?
An Arizona medical marijuana card isn’t merely a ticket to cost savings. You enjoy liberties that recreational users don’t. With your med card, you can buy, grow, and possess more cannabis. Plus, you’ll have a broader selection of more potent cannabis products available to you. Moreover, your AZ medical card guarantees employment discrimination protection, a benefit recreational users lack. And those are just a few of the many reasons to get a medical card in Arizona.
Find out more about Medical vs. Recreational Marijuana in Arizona.
What does a medical marijuana card in AZ cost?
You need a marijuana certification before applying for a medical marijuana card in AZ. Quick Med Cards is the cheapest MMJ certification provider in Arizona. We charge between $45 to $149 for certifications and appointments depending on a patient’s unique profile and needs. Besides the certification and appointment fees, you must also pay $150 to the Arizona Medical Marijuana Registry for your med card. Patients participating in the SNAP program may have their medical marijuana card fees reduced to $75.
How do I get a med card in AZ?
Essentially, there are two steps to get a med card in AZ. First, you must get a certification from a licensed marijuana doctor in AZ. Secondly, you must register online with the Medical Marijuana Registry. Getting your marijuana certification is easy with Quick Med Cards. Complete our sign-up form and create your account to begin. Afterward, book an appointment with one of our Arizona marijuana doctors. Next, attend your consultation over a secure video call and receive your certification after the physician’s approval. Finally, complete your medical card application on the ADHS Individual Licensing Portal.
Find out more about the AZ medical marijuana program.
How does the consultation with the Arizona marijuana doctor work?
You can pick an appointment time that works best for you once you sign up with Quick Med Cards. We will send you a link for your video call with one of our physicians before your appointment. Our telemedicine appointments are secure and convenient. You will receive your MMJ certification once the physician approves you for medical marijuana.
What are the requirements to get a medical marijuana card in Arizona?
You must be a resident of Arizona suffering from a qualifying condition to be eligible for a medical marijuana card in the state. Some of the qualifying conditions for a medical card in AZ include:
- Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
- Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
- Crohn’s Disease
- Hepatitis C
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- A chronic or debilitating illness whose symptoms or treatment causes one of the following:
Find out more about the requirements and qualifying conditions for a medical card in Arizona.
What towns does Quick Med Cards serve in Arizona?
We serve patients across the entire state. The towns we have served so far include Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Tempe, Peoria, Scottsdale, Glendale, Surprise, Yuma, San Tan Valley, Avondale, Goodyear, Buckeye, and Flagstaff.
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