How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Nevada?
Follow the simple process mentioned here to get your medical cannabis card in Nevada.
1. Register Online
Register with Online Medical Card and fill in a quick patient questionnaire. You must also create an account on the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health website, download the Acknowledgement Forms and Waiver and email them to us.
2. Have a Consultation
Have an online medical evaluation via phone or video call. Our marijuana doctors will determine if you qualify as per the requirements of the state marijuana program. Every part of the process will be conducted according to HIPAA guidelines.
3. Receive Your Recommendation
Once approved, the doctor will sign your acknowledgment forms and waiver sent by you. We will return the documents to you after the evaluation so you can complete your application process with the state medical marijuana program and get your weed card.
4. Complete Application With the DPBH
Upload the acknowledgment forms and waiver signed by our doctor on the DPBH website. Pay the state fee ($50 for one year and $100 for two years). After the state’s approval, you will receive your medical weed card by mail.
Note : Medical marijuana card is issued by the state and not Online Medical Card. The state fee is paid to the state and is separate from your doctor’s consultation fee. Online Medical Card collects your doctor’s consultation fee only. To save time, find answers to your queries related to medical marijuana card registration here.
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Telemedicine is the future of healthcare. Online Medical Card embraces the convenience of telemedicine and brings you a quick and easy way to get a recommendation in Nevada. You can now skip the hassle of driving to a clinic and be done with everything online.
At no point during the process will you regret choosing telemedicine. Our online platform is up-to-date with the latest technology to ensure that your experience is safe and satisfying.
Why Is Telemedicine Better Than Walk-in Clinics?
Consulting marijuana doctors or your general physician through a phone or laptop screen can cause hesitation and doubts among beginners. But, it’s definitely a smarter choice than making appointments at a clinic. There’s more than one reason to back this statement.
Prompt Assistance: Online clinics have very responsive teams that provide prompt solutions to your queries.
No Boundary of Location: Consult top Nevada marijuana doctors from distant locations and get same day approvals.
Quicker and Convenient: You can bypass the hassle of appointments and driving to a clinic and get your recommendation while sitting at home.
Affordable: Online clinics offer a better deal on MMJ recommendations.
Benefits of Getting a Nevada Medical Cannabis Card
Despite the legalization of recreational marijuana in Nevada, having a medical cannabis card can offer exclusive advantages to cardholders.
Experience peace of mind with the legal right to buy, possess, use and grow medical cannabis in the state with your weed card.
Medical weed cards help save money with tax breaks of roughly 10% on all cannabis purchases and special discounts.
High Possession Limits
Unlike the legal limit of one ounce for recreational cannabis, qualified patients with a cannabis card can legally possess 2.5 ounces of medical cannabis.
Right to Grow Cannabis
Qualified patients with a weed card can grow up to twelve mature cannabis plants at home if they cannot easily access the nearest operational dispensary.
All patients over the age of 18 and minors with a legal caregiver can apply for a medical weed card and use medical cannabis in Nevada.
You can use your Nevada medical cannabis card in states with established reciprocity programs. Check state marijuana laws before visiting.
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There are many telemedicine platforms to apply for a medical cannabis card, and we understand your need to find the best provider in the state. With Online Medical Card, you are choosing the best online marijuana clinic that stands behind its promise to deliver the best. We provide prompt virtual consultations so you can be on your way to apply for a state weed card without wasting any time.
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Consult certified marijuana doctors in Nevada using your phone or laptop to apply for a weed card. Every step of the process can be completed online.
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We have a team of devoted customer executives who are available 7 days a week to solve all your queries.
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When to Consult Nevada Medical Marijuana Doctors?
With telemedicine in the picture, you can consult marijuana doctors whenever you have the time and desire to do so. However, if you are wondering if you will qualify or not, you can check in with the list of requirements provided by the Nevada Medical Marijuana Program before visiting a doctor.
It is the right time to consult Nevada Medical Marijuana Doctors if:
- You are a permanent resident of the state.
- You are of legal age (18 years or older).
- You have a state issued driver’s license (no commercial license)
- You suffer from one of the medical conditions approved by the state.
Frequently Asked Questions
Have some questions about getting a medical cannabis card in Nevada? Here are answers to some frequently asked questions that will clear all your doubts.
A Nevada medical marijuana card is valid for a period of one year or two years since the day it was issued. You can choose your registration card plan in the application form.
After the expiration, you need to reapply for the card using a valid doctor’s recommendation.
You can grow a maximum of 12 cannabis plants in Nevada irrespective of whether they are mature or immature.
You can grow cannabis in Nevada if the following is applicable to you:
- You have a valid medical weed card.
- There is no operational dispensary within a 25 miles radius of your residence.
- You cannot visit the nearest dispensary due to illness or lack of transportation.
The cannabis plants should be for personal use only and stored within an enclosed space.
Yes, Nevada accepts out-of-state cannabis cards. Registered dispensaries of Nevada are allowed to sell medical cannabis to patients of a selected list of US states only.
The list includes Delaware, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Alaska, Arizona, Michigan, Rhode Island, New York, Hawaii, New Mexico, Vermont, Arkansas, Minnesota, California, Illinois, Montana, Washington, Ohio, Nevada, Oregon, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, District of columbia, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Yerington Paiute Tribe, Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, Ely Shoshone Tribe and Winnemucca Indian Colony.
You need the following documents to apply for a Nevada medical marijuana card:
- Clear copy of your driver’s license or state ID.
- Written cannabis recommendation by a licensed doctor.
- Proof of residency.
A designated caregiver must provide the following details in the application form:
- Name, telephone number, address, and social security number.
- Identity proof (driver’s license, state ID)
- A statement approving the responsibility of a caregiver that is written and signed by the patient’s attending physician.
You can consume medical cannabis in Nevada in private spaces as long as you’re a medical weed card holder. Despite legalization of recreational cannabis, the state prohibits medical cannabis use in public spaces. Additionally, medical cannabis consumption is prohibited in a moving vehicle by the passenger or the driver. And driving under the influence will be considered a DUI.