Qualifying Conditions for Online Medical Marijuana Card in Arizona

Despite popular misconception, you do not need to be seriously ill or dying in order to be eligible for legal medical marijuana in Arizona. While there are only certain medical conditions that will qualify you for a medical marijuana card in Arizona, not all of them, fortunately, are debilitating or life-threatening ones.

 It is estimated that  90% of all physician’s letters authorizing patients to use medical marijuana list a diagnosis of one of just two conditions: PTSD and chronic pain.

Beyond those two most common diagnoses, there are also several other medical conditions that currently qualify a person to use medical marijuana legally in Arizona:

If you’re not certain your symptoms or condition qualify you for a medical marijuana card in Arizona, you may still speak with one of our doctors anyway. There is no charge if you don’t qualify.

Other Eligibility Requirements for an Arizona Medical Marijuana Card Through AffordableCertification.com

To get your Arizona medical marijuana card you must also meet the following criteria:

Just follow these steps:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Have a primary residential address in Arizona
  • Possess a valid driver’s license or identification card issued in Arizona or a United States passport with an Arizona address listed as your place of residence
  • Have a medical condition for one of the qualifying conditions recognized by the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program

Benefits of a Medical Marijuana Card in Arizona

If marijuana provides you benefits for any qualifying health concern, there are many reasons why it pays to get an Arizona medical marijuana card. For starters, a medical marijuana card allows you to legally possess and use marijuana anywhere in the state. It also allows you to easily purchase the marijuana you need from any Arizona medical marijuana dispensary.

What’s more, by having a medical marijuana card in Arizona, you can also designate up to two caregivers who can also legally purchase and possess marijuana on your behalf.

How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Arizona

Affordable Certification can help you get your Arizona medical marijuana card completely online.

Even if you don’t have medical records currently available verifying your diagnosis, our doctor will help you develop that needed medical history. The doctor will then write you the physician’s letter you need to get your Arizona medical marijuana card.

Just follow these steps:

Using your device’s camera, set up an account at Affordable Certification with your cell phone number as your username. Create a password to complete setup, then proceed through the given steps to provide your personal information, take and submit photos of yourself and your Arizona ID and sign the patient intake form and consent form to receive Telemedicine.

Teleconference with one of Affordable Certification’s team of highly qualified, knowledgeable and compassionate Arizona-licensed doctors. After creating your account, either wait in the online waiting room for the next available doctor or schedule appointment for an e-visit at a future date and time. For on-the-spot service, the average wait-time is usually around 15 to 20 minutes. Either the doctor will connect with you right then and there or call you back, depending on the quality and stability of the video connection. You and the doctor will then hold your medical marijuana consultation and exam.

Upon the doctor’s approval, Please create an account with Arizona Department of Health

Arizona now issues digital medical marijuana cards, so there’s no more waiting for plastic cards to arrive in the mail before you can go out and procure your needed medical marijuana. Instead, within four to five business days of your application’s approval, you will get a digital card available within your portal with ADHS.

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