Phoenix Clinic Info
Apply online to visit our medical marijuana physician in Phoenix Arizona. We will assist you through every step of the process to get your medical marijuana card.
Monday-Thursday: 11a - 1p
Friday-Saturday: 10a - 1p
This clinic also offers upload-only services for those patients who already have their certification complete.
Tuesday-Thursday: 3p - 6p
- Upload-only services for those patients who already have their certification complete
- Accept all major credit cards and cash
- Wheelchair accessible
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Take some time to learn the “ins and outs” of getting your medical marijuana card in Arizona
- Approval or denial of application shall be determined within 10 days of submission. The patient will receive an automatically-generated email indicating the approval or denial of the application.
- Within 5 days of approval, a registry identification card shall be mailed to the address on the application.
- You must have a physician’s certification on a department-approved form
- You must provide all information and documentations from the qualifying patient checklist
- You will need a credit card, debit card, or pre-paid card to pay the non-refundable state application fee
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See What Our Patients in Phoenix Are Saying
I really appreciate your help and support throughout the process. I was a little overwhelmed when I started looking into it, but I’m glad I found your website. Everything was very straightforward and I figured it out right away. Helping me get my records not only saved time, but a lot of money as well. See you next year.
I have worked in construction all my life and have always dealt with the daily aches and pains that come along with it. As I have gotten older, I also began having severe lower back pain. After many years of dealing with it, I went to my doctor and he simply prescribed me Vicodin for the pain. After taking the pills for a couple days, I knew that it wasn’t going to be a solution for me. I don’t know how people take those all day at work and still function. One night at a work party, I tried some medical cannabis that my friend had and I was shocked by how well it worked. My pain level went down and that night I slept better than I had in years. Once I got my medical card, I stopped smoking it and started using capsules and pain salve. The pain salve helps reduce the inflammation and pain during the day and the capsules help me sleep at night. I am very grateful to have found something that works for me.
When I first saw the documentary about Charlotte’s Web and how it helps reduce seizures, I was reinvigorated. I have struggled not only with the physical effects of having seizures but also the psychological ones. I never know when I’m going to get a seizure so I live with constant anxiety. The decisions I make often revolve around my disorder. Since I’ve started using medical marijuana, not only have my seizures been reduced, but I feel much more relaxed in life. I’m very grateful to have access to this medicine and will be helping the fight to bring medical marijuana to other states. Every person in the world deserves access to a plant that could possibly help them.
Cannabis has really helped me maintain a more positive outlook during my chemotherapy. Fortunately for me, I have used cannabis on and off throughout my life and am very familiar with its therapeutic benefits. When I was diagnosed with stage II cancer and had to undergo chemotherapy, I was very relieved to have medical cannabis to help me along. There is no easy way to get through cancer treatment. Cannabis has made it bearable. It is important to keep in mind that healing consists of a mind, body and soul approach and for me cannabis helps with all of those. Stay positive and keep fighting. If you don’t try, you cannot win.