We follow medical board guidelines and Arizona law so that your approval is legal, ethical and defensible in court. We make the process of obtaining your card as simple as possible:

Step One: Schedule Appointment & Access Your State Portal

Call us at 623-847-6652, schedule online, or walk-in and start your evaluation process! We will answer any questions you have and describe the evaluation process to you.

As of June 3, 2020, the Arizona Department of Health now requires all applications to the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program to be uploaded via the patient’s private and secure portal on azdhs.gov. Please ensure you have a patient portal and can provide your login details for application assistance. More information about the state patient portal can be found here.

Step Two: Meet The Doctor

During your appointment, the doctor will discuss your condition and medical history, provide guidance on medical marijuana usage, and answer any questions you may have. If you meet the requirements, the doctor will approve you for the program and fill out the Arizona Physician Certification Form.

Step Three: Same Day Application Submission

Immediately after you see the doctor, we will upload your paperwork to Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Program. Be aware that if you do not have your state portal created by the time of your appointment, we will not be able to upload you the same day and will need to wait until you have provided your portal information to us.

Step Four: Get Your Digital Card

Within 1-5 days the state will notify you by email that your digital MMJ card is ready to access in your state portal. Renewal patients will see their new card once their current card expires.

Arizona Department of Health no longer prints physical MMJ cards, so you must present an image of your card on your phone or a printed copy for dispensary barcode scanning. For patients who prefer a durable plastic ID card, Sun Valley Health offers card printing.

Details for card printing services can be found here.

All Arizona MMJ Cards Are Now Issued For 2 Years