QMPs are registered with the Department of Health to give recommendations
for Medical Cannabis
Individuals with one or more of the conditions listed in the link below are authorized under the Utah Medical Cannabis Act to receive a medical cannabis patient card.
If you have questions concerning eligibility please call 801-615-2188, ext. 1 to speak to a nurse.
No charge if you don't qualify.
RESTRICTIONS- Cannabis cards may not be issued to Federal Employees or CDL drivers. We advise you to consult a Utah attorney first.
Use the link below to schedule an appointment at one of our 14 Utah locations.
For assistance with booking, please call 801-615-2188.
Note: We are currently accepting patients 21 years of age and older. Please call 801-615-2188 ext. 1 for a referral to another provider if you are under 21 years of age.
Once an appointment has been made an intake form will be sent to your email. Please complete and submit the form as soon as possible. This can be done using your phone if you are able to access your email on your phone.
You will be asked to upload a copy of your Utah ID and and any supporting documents that you have related to your qualifying condition . A nurse will contact you if any additional information is needed.
If you have questions concerning your intake form, please call 801-615-2188 to be directed to the clinical coordinator. Contact information for the clinical coordinator can be found on the link below.
Create a Utah ID & register for a Medical Cannabis Card through the Department of Health EVS system.
Instructions can be found on the link below.
Meet with a QMP that believes in the use of cannabis and its derivatives as a successful therapeutic option for patients suffering from chronic and debilitating illness.
The QMP will enter a recommendation for treatment with the Department of Health for qualifying patients.
The medical cannabis card will entitle the patient to legal protection afforded by the Medical Cannabis Decriminalization Act memorialized in Utah State Code 58-37-3.7.
The patient will receive an email from the Department of Health to pay $15 for the card. The card will be issued electronically after the payment has been made and the Department of Health approves the application. Once the application has been processed, the Utah Medical Cannabis Card can be used at all dispensaries in Utah.
A pharmacist at the dispensary will meet with the patient to help with formulation and dosing to best meet your individual needs of the patient.
Patients will be re-evaluated through a renewal appointment at 3 months, 9 months and then yearly according to the Department of Health schedule.
A Qualified Medical Professional (QMP) that is registered with the Department of Health will do a home visit at no additional charge. For assistance booking an appointment or for questions, please call or text Rebecca, Clinical Coordinator at 801-854-2407.
We believe in the use of cannabis and its derivatives as a successful therapeutic option for patients suffering from chronic and debilitating illness and will assist you through the process of obtaining cannabis legally.
Medical marijuana contains antispasmodic qualities which relax muscles and has shown to be an effective treatment for seizures. Marijuana oils that are rich in cannabidol (CBD), are the preferred method for treatment.
Patients who suffer from chronic pain caused by diabetes, cancer, MS, HIV, and other diseases have been turning to medical marijuana as a way to treat their pain without the use of addictive pharmaceutical medications.
The active component of the medical marijuana plant, cannabinoids, have shown to inhibit tumor growth and kill cancer cells in lab testings. We work with a number of patients who use cannabis to treat their cancer and suppress it's side effects.
Please feel free to contact a member of our staff directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have or to get more information about the steps to obtain a Medical Cannabis Card in Utah.
3325 North University Avenue Ste 375, Provo, Utah 84604, United States