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Chances are if you are viewing this page, you are looking for information on how to apply for and receive a Oklahoma medical marijuana card. With the rapid expansion of medical marijuana in oklahoma, the truth about applying for a card, finding a doctor, and the laws can be blurred as everyone is so new to the process. We want to provide you will a step-by-step list of instructions on how you can apply for you medical card without error. If you have any questions along the way please feel free to contact us, we love to share the information.

Step 1 - Applying for a medical card

Your first step in you're quest for a medical card is to apply via the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority website. Here you will begin filling out the application information required by the state. You will be asked for the following information:

  • Your full legal name and date-of-birth
  • Permanent mailing address
  • A telephone number & email address
  • Current physician information
  • Patient signature dated within 30 days of the application date

Remember to double check your information as the slightest error can cause your application to be rejected. After this information has been provided, you will be asked to provide a "e-signature"; which is simply a electronically signed signature. You then will be asked to include a signed Physician Recommendation Form from a licensed Oklahoma doctor. Which we will discuss in step 2.

Keep in mind, all the information you provide "OMMA" (Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority) will be saved to your account during the process. This way you're progress will be saved if changes or additonal documents are needed.

Step 2 - Finding a doctor

Now that you have pre-processed your application, your next step is to find a "marijuana friendly" doctor to provide you with a recommendation. It's important to note, not all doctors in Oklahoma can/will provide medical marijuana recommendations. If you doctor does not provide such recommendations, you will have to seek one elsewhere.

Once you find a doctor and schedule an appointment, be sure to print off the "Physican Recommendation Form". There will be information for you and your doctor to fill out on that sheet. Fill out the information you can and bring that form with you to your appointment. Some doctors will be able to provide you with that form at their office and some require you bring it will you. All physican recommendation forms must be submitted to "OMMA" within 30 days of submitting your application.

So, don't take all the time in the world trying to find a doctor. Once you receive your recommendation, you will now be ready for step 3.

Step 3 - Finializing your documents

In order to complete your application you will need to provide your Physician Recommendation Form and now a few extra documents for the state. You will now need to provide:

  • Proof of residency in Oklahoma
    • An Oklahoma driver's license (scanned front and back)
    • An Oklahoma state identification card (scanned front and back)
    • Oklahoma Voter ID card
    • A residental deed of property in Oklahoma
    • Current rental agreement in Oklahoma
  • Proof of identity
    • An Oklahoma driver's license (scanned front and back)
    • An Oklahoma state identification card (scanned front and back)
    • A United States Passport
    • An Oklahoam Tribal identification card
  • A full-face digital photograph
    • You can find the instructions on how to do so here.
    • Our recommendation is to visit a local drug store and take a passport photo, as the requirements for a passport are the same as OMMA requirements.

Step 4 - Paying your application fee and submitting application

After you have completed all the required steps, you're last and final step is to submit your applcation and pay the application fee required by the state. The application fee is:

  • $100 for a standard application
  • If you qualify for medicaid or medicare, and can provide proof, you will have a applicaiton fee of $25

Its important to remember that this does not include the cost of your doctors visit. The cost of the doctors visit will vary depending on which doctor you choose to visit. Also, the OMMA website does not accept any other payment besides credit or debit cards (visa, mastercard, or discover). If you don't have a debit/credit card you can always purchase a pre-paid card from a local store like Wal-mart or Dollar General.

Once all is in order and your applicaiton has been paid and submitted your application will be reviewed by OMMA and you will either receive an approval or denial. If the application is approved you will receive a letter in the mail up to 14 days of after approval which will contain your card. If you application is denied you will be notifed via email and a letter will be mailed to you asking to submit the proper information.

That pretty much sums it up. If you have any questions about the process or simply want to know more information about the dispensary process please give us a call or stop by!