What Medical Conditions Qualify a Patient in Ohio for a Medical Marijuana Card in 2022?
The 25 medical conditions that currently qualify a patient to use medical marijuana legally are as follows:
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Chronic traumatic encephalopathy
- Crohn’s disease
- Epilepsy or other seizure disorder
- Hepatitis C
- Huntington’s disease
- HIV positive status
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Pain, either intractable or chronic and severe
- Parkinson’s disease
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Sickle cell anemia
- Spinal cord injury or disease
- Terminal illness
- Tourette’s syndrome
- Traumatic brain injury
- Ulcerative colitis
What Are the Age and Residency Requirements for a Medical Marijuana Patient Card in Ohio?
Any patient with a qualifying condition and a certifying physician’s recommendation is allowed to use medical marijuana in Ohio, no matter his or her age. If the patient is under 18 years of age, a parent or other legally-authorized individual must provide approval for him or her to use medical marijuana legally in the state. Ohio must be a patient’s primary state of residence in order for him or her to receive authorization to use legal medical marijuana in the state, and the patient must have identification confirming as much. Ohio does not permit out-of-state medical marijuana patients to qualify for an Ohio medical marijuana patient card.
What Medical Documentation is Required to Get a Medical Marijuana Patient Card in Ohio?
To get a medical marijuana patient card in the State of Ohio, you must have a valid ID and valid authorization from a licensed Ohio physician to use medical marijuana which you can get at our office. If you are under 18 years of age, you also need the written permission of a parent or guardian who also has proper ID proving state residency.
What Are the Credentials of the Physicians at MMJcard4less?
All physicians at MMJcard4less hold valid and active MD or DO medical licenses and have been certified by the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program to recommend medical marijuana to patients. They all comply strictly with Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program guidelines and possess a significant working knowledge and understanding of medical marijuana and its uses and benefits.
What Will I Need for My Medical Marijuana Patient Evaluation Appointment?
The only items you need to have with you when you see a doctor for your medical marijuana evaluation are valid ID and relevant medical records verifying your qualifying condition. This may include prescriptions, MRIs, x-rays and physicians’ or chiropractors’ letters. Some doctors may want you to bring certain additional documents with you to your appointment, so check with the doctor you’ll be seeing ahead of time to find out if there are any other documents you need to bring with you to your appointment. If you don’t have medical records you can see our pain doctor.
Am I Guaranteed Approval if I Make an Appointment
It is quite rare for one of our medical marijuana doctors to deny a patient authorization for legal medical marijuana. However, it can happen. Just making an appointment with a MMJcard4less doctor does not automatically mean you will be approved to legally use medical marijuana. You must still qualify as a legal medical marijuana patient according to the laws and rules of the state. If you see one of our doctors and he or she finds you ineligible to become a legal medical marijuana patient in Ohio, you’ll receive a refund of all but a small portion of the fee you paid for that appointment. In most cases, rather than refuse a patient medical marijuana authorization, a doctor is more likely to simply request medical records in order to obtain confirmation of the patient’s eligibility. We have a pain doctor available for CHRONIC PAIN patients without medical records.
In addition to the list of already approved qualifying conditions, there is a list of current petitions that are scheduled for a review by the Medical Board of Ohio. To review the list click here
HOW TO GET AN MMJ CARD IN OHIO 4 LESS
Get an Ohio Medical Marijuana Patient Card
To get a medical marijuana patient card in Ohio, you must have a qualifying medical condition. Here are the exact steps to obtaining that card:
- To get Ohio medical marijuana card for less, schedule a video call with one of our doctors. At your visit, present your documentation (proof of ID and diagnosis, if available) and explain how medical marijuana does or might support you in relieving one of more of the qualifying conditions for medical marijuana in Ohio. Answer the doctor’s questions and, if requested, submit to a basic medical examination. If you do not yet have a diagnosis for the given qualifying condition, the doctor will need to diagnose you, if possible, at this time.
- Assuming you have all the proper documentation and diagnosis, pay the necessary fee, and the doctor will create a profile for you on the online Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Board Patient and Caregiver Registry.
- You will receive an activation email for your mmj card usually on the next business day.
Get an Ohio Medical Marijuana Caregiver Card
In Ohio, a medical marijuana patient can declare up to two other people to be his or her caregiver, allowing that person to legally purchase and possess medical marijuana on behalf of that patient. To get a medical marijuana caregiver card in Ohio, complete the following steps:
- Make sure the patient for whom you will be a caregiver has already completed registration with the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program and indicated you as one of his or her chosen caregivers. This step must happen before you can take any other step in the process.
- Create a caregiver account on the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program Patient and Caregiver Registry.
- Log in to your Patient and Caregiver Registry account and complete your profile, including, if necessary, providing any additional information or documentation required.
Create an account at app.mmjcard4less.com and schedule a virtual appointment
Telemedicine Call with Ohio Licensed Doctor (make sure to log in and click CHECK IN before your appointment time)