medical marijuana card

We provide in-home evaluations for medical cannabis cards to adults (21+) who qualify for medical marijuana therapy.


Especially now, people prefer to avoid clinic visits to reduce exposure to coronavirus as well as to maintain their privacy.

Your initial visit is done in the comfort of your own home, and subsequent visits are done by telehealth, for your safety and convenience.

Currently serving Utah and Salt Lake Counties.

Our Goals

Schedule your consulation as quickly and discretely as possible.

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Housecall evaluation for your safety, privacy and convenience.


Help you get your card without delay.

Medical Marijuana In Utah

Scientific studies that show cannabis is a safe and effective treatment for various medical conditions.  Utah passed Proposition 2 in 2018, allowing medical marijuana use for individuals who have a medical marijuana card. 


While there should not be any stigma associated with using cannabis as medicine, for some people, reservations still remain.  Rest assured, many common medications are based on plant components, inclucing penicillin, aspirin, digitoxin, and theophylline, for example.  The human body is full of receptors for various components of cannabis, called the endocanabanoid system. Terpenes, canabanoids like CBD, and THC (the part of cannabis that has affects your mood, memory, awareness, and sensation) interact with different parts of your cells and have effects that can benefit the conditions listed below.  


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Qualifying Conditions


  • Alzheimer's

  • Arthritis or Severe Joint or Nerve Pain

  • Back, Neck or Spinal Injury

  • Recurring Headaches or Migraines

  • Cancer or Terminal Illness

  • Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis

  • Parkinson’s Disease

  • Spasms or Other Debilitating Pains

  • PTSD

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

  • Pain lasting longer than two weeks that is not adequately managed, in the qualified medical provider’s opinion, despite treatment attempts using conventional medications other than opioids or opiates or physical interventions

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

  • Persistent nausea that is not significantly responsive to traditional treatment, except for nausea related to:

    • pregnancy

    • cannabis-induced cyclical vomiting syndrome

    • cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome

  • Epilepsy or debilitating seizures

  • Multiple sclerosis

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) that is being treated and monitored by a licensed health therapist (defined here), and that:

    • has been diagnosed by a healthcare provider by the Veterans Administration and documented in the patient’s record; or

    • has been diagnosed or confirmed by evaluation from a psychiatrist, doctorate psychologist, a doctorate licensed clinical social worker, or a psychiatric APRN 

  • Autism

  • HIV or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

  • A condition resulting in the individual receiving hospice care

  • Cachexia 

  • A rare condition or disease that affects less than 200,000 individuals in the U.S., as defined in federal law, and that is not adequately managed despite treatment attempts using conventional medications (other than opioids or opiates) or physical interventions

  • A condition that the Compassionate Use Board approves (once established) on a case-by-case basis


  • Initial In Person Consultation $300 

  • Follow up Telehealth Visit $75

Insurance does not cover the medical evaluation for a cannabis card.  Payments must be made electronically prior to your visit.

  • Cottonwood Heights

  • West Valley City

  • Kearns

  • West Jordan

  • South Jordan

  • Spanish Fork
  • American Fork

  • Pleasant Grove

  • Cedar Hills

  • Vineyard

Cities We Serve
  • Orem

  • Provo

  • Springville

  • Mapleton

  • Draper

  • Sandy

  • Riverton

  • Bluffdale

  • Herriman

  • Alpine

  • Highland

  • Lindon

  • Lehi

  • Payson

  • Santaquin

  • Nephi

  • Bountiful

  • Salt Lake City

  • Millcreek

  • Murray

  • Taylorsville

  • Holladay

Additional locations are possible.  Please inquire.

How To Get Approved for Medical Marijuana

Getting a medical cannabis card in Utah is a simple process with a few key points.

  1. You must be a resident of the state of Utah with a valid Utah ID. There is no age restriction.

  2. You must have one of the approved conditions by the Utah Department Of Health.

  3. You must see a Utah state qualified medical provider (QMP).

  4. In addition, prospective medical marijuana patients will also need to register with the Utah Department of Health Medical Marijuana Registry and then they will be able to get their Utah medical marijuana card. We will always help our patients with this important step.

  5. Once you are registered and approved by a physician, you can legally purchase medical cannabis from any licensed dispensary in the state of Utah.

Start Your Application

This link will take you the Utah Electronic Verification System-EVS.  Before you can apply for your Utah Medical Cannabis Card, the state of Utah requires you to create a Utah ID and submit an application in the state's EVS system. You will find a link to the EVS website and patient guide to help you understand the process. 

You will need your valid/current state issued UT identification.  Also, have documentation of your diagnosis and treatment with you at the time of your appointment.  After your appointment, you will make your payment on the EVS website to the state of Utah for your card.  The fee for the card is currently $15.  

Initial Visit
3 Month Visit
6 Month Visit
Other Useful Information

There are currently 14 medical cannabis pharmacies in Utah. Each dispensary has a pharmacist and or physician on hand to help identify a reasonable dose for you, as well as explain how to use the various forms of cannabis which are listed below. They are professionally managed and easy to work with.

You are allowed to posses up to:

  • 113 Grams of dry cannabis flower (4 ounces green bud) in tamper evident and resistant container that is opaque that contains a quantity that varies no more than 10% from the stated weight at the time of packaging

or 20 Grams of concentrated cannabis in the following forms:

  • Tablets/Capsules

  • Concentrated oil (Vaping Cartridge)

  • Liquid suspension

  • Topical preparation (Cream/Lotion)

  • Trans-dermal Patch

  • Sublingual Tincture

  • Gelatinous cubes (Gummies)

  • Wax or Resin (Shatter, Crumble, Rosin)





The process of vaporizing and inhaling concentrated cannabis by placing the cannabis on a nail or other metal object that is heated by a flame, including a blowtorch is prohibited.


Edible products such as candies, cookies, and brownies are not permitted under Utah law.

Click here for a list of dispensaries: 

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