Scottsdale Clinic Info
To become a patient at our medical marijuana clinic, please apply online and we will contact you to schedule an appointment. We look forward to hearing from you!
Tuesdays: 3p - 6p
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Take some time to learn the “ins and outs” of getting your medical marijuana card in Arizona
How much does it cost?
Clinic Fee - $150
AMMP Fee - $150
Discounted for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/Food Stamp
SNAP - $75
How long does it take?
- 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.
How do I qualify?
- 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 Scottsdale Are Saying
Over the past five years, I have been working with many different physicians and specialists to treat my chronic pain. I had been very discouraged in that I had not found anything that truly helped. Some medications help numb the pain but they also numb my soul. When I finally started using medical marijuana, I felt like a person again. Not only does cannabis help reduce my pain level but it also gives me a positive outlook. People can talk bad about it all they want, but it works for me and I won’t change for someone else’s ignorance. Medical marijuana might not be right for everyone but it has sure helped me. If you’re looking for an alternative solution to the same old pharmaceutical drugs, you might want to give this a try. Highly recommended.
Thank you for helping me qualify for a medical marijuana card. At first I thought I could get a medical card for my insomnia but was surprised to learn that that wasn’t a qualifying condition. Luckily, your staff reviewed the medical records and found that my migraines would qualify me instead. Not only am I sleeping like a baby but I haven’t had a migraine in weeks. Thanks again.
If you told me 20 years ago that I would be using marijuana for any reason, I would’ve laughed in your face. I come from a long line of God-loving Republicans who have opposed drugs for as long as I can remember. When they passed a medical marijuana bill in Arizona, I remember thinking what a mistake it was. Anyhow, when my optometrist gave me information on medical marijuana and glaucoma, I was surprised that there were real medical studies showing that it helped. After three years of thinking about it, I finally gave it a try and have been very impressed with its effects. The “high” isn’t as scary as everyone made it out to be. For me, I get a slight euphoric feeling and increased positive outlook. I also tend to not stress over all the small insignificant things in life. Not only has it helps reduce my inner ocular pressure but the side effects have had a positive impact on my life as well. If other treatments aren’t working for you, you might want to give this a try.
You guys are awesome! I was honestly nervous about applying for a card and still feared the stigma that medical marijuana has in Arizona. After reading an article about the US government holding a patent on its medical uses, I thought, enough is enough. I bought into a lot of the propaganda but after seeing it work for other people I wanted to give it a try. I am very impressed with the clinic and will definitely be renewing my card with you next year.
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