How to Get a Med Marijuana Card in Allen County, OH

An Ohio marijuana card, or MedCard in Allen County gives qualified patients access to buy medical marijuana products at open Ohio dispensaries. OH law has several requirements for patients to be eligible to get certified. Below details the steps on how to get or renew a medical marijuana card in Allen County.

To get your medcard in Allen County, you must first get approved by a certifying MMJ doctor. Medical marijuana certifications can be done online using telemedicine without having to leave the house. No travel or in person doctor office visit necessary. It doesn’t get any easier or germ free than this, which is why it’s doctor and patient preferred.

If you’re ready, simply fill out the MMJ patient registration form and press submit. Your on your way to a med card telemedicine appointment with a certifying doctor online. You will receive a follow up email with the details as well. See if you qualify today!

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OH Qualifying Conditions List

Current medical conditions that qualify patients in Allen County for medical grade cannabis products:

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Four Steps to get a medical card in Allen County:

STEP 1 – Find a Medical Marijuana Doctor near you in Allen County

  • Locate and contact an Ohio medical marijuana doctor that will speak with you in regard to getting certified for your med marijuana card.
  • Schedule an appointment online or in person.
  • The doctor, physician assistant or advanced practice registered nurse must certify your condition.
  • Recommendations for cannabis must come from and be submitted by an Ohio state-licensed and currently practicing physician.

STEP 2 – Use Telemedicine to Get or Renew Your Medical Card Online

  • Visit with a doctor online who will certify you for medical marijuana if you qualify.
  • To get or renew your med marijuana card in Allen County online, complete the patient registration above.
  • You will be redirected to the intake form. Complete the intake process and schedule a virtual consult or get started now if the current book time is available.

STEP 3 – Complete State Form

  • The complete physician recommendation for medical marijuana must be submitted to the OHHM within 90 days of the diagnosis that states you have a qualify for marijuana in Ohio. The doctor’s office is responsible for filling out the complete registration form and they will submit it to the state for review.
  • Pay the application fee to the state.
  • Proof of residency is required & will be submitted at the same time as the physician’s recommendation form. Acceptable forms for proof of residency are:
    • A valid Ohio driver’s license
    • A valid Ohio identification card issued through the state’s Bureau of Motor Vehicles(BMV)
    • A valid U.S. passport or passport card.

STEP 4 – Get Your Ohio MedCard

  • If approved, you will be added to the OHMM Registry, and will receive your medical marijuana card. You can Login to the OHMM here.
  • Congratulations! You are now officially registered with the program.

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Allen County Marijuana Card FAQ

  1. How Much Does a Medical ID Card Cost To Get From The State?

$50 annually for patients and $25 for caregivers.

  1. How much does a visit to a Marijuana Doctor in Allen County or Online Cost?

The Average Cost to visit a certifying doctor is around $200, some charge more. The average cost to renew is about $165. This service is typically a cash only option.

  1. Can You Pay Using a Credit Card?

Yes

  1. How Long Is My Marijuana Card Good For?

Your medical ID card will be valid from the date of issuance for 1 year and will expire on the last day of the month the card was issued. The OHHM will send notification to each patient 45 calendar days before the expiration date on the card.

  1. Does Ohio recognize medical cards issued in other states?

Currently, there is no reciprocity for out of state marijuana cards. The law does require that Ohio enter into reciprocity agreements with other states. If Ohio does enter into a medical card reciprocity agreement with another state, the information will be posted here.

  1. Once I have my Ohio MedCard, where can I buy marijuana?

As they open, locations of dispensaries near Allen County can be found on OHDispensaries.com or you can quickly find the location of the dispensary near you on our near me map.

  1. Where can I find a recommending medical marijuana doctor near me?

Find a doctor that certifies patients in Allen County here on our near me map by clicking the link below or fill out the registration form above to get started.

  1. Once I have my OH MMJ card, can I grow my own marijuana?

No

  1. After getting certified, can I use Medical Marijuana Anywhere?

Ohio medical cannabis card holders must be responsible. It is important to remember that medical and recreational use is illegal on a Federal Level. Ohio medical marijuana card holders are advised to consume their medicine responsibly in the safety of their home or in a private residence.

  1. Where to find and shop for CBD products online?

  1. How Much Should I consume?

We are not doctors and do not give medical advice. Please consult with an licensed OH marijuana doctor before using.

If you have any further questions after reading this check out the full Ohio MedCard Guide. You can also contact the MMCP program at:

Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program

77 South High Street, 17th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: 614.466.4143

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