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How to Get a North Carolina Medical Marijuana Card
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Our doctor will determine whether you qualify for a medical card after a quick 10-15 minute evaluation.
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If you're approved, we'll help you with the rest of the process to get your medical card. Typically this involves an online registration with the state.
Status of Medical Marijuana in North Carolina
At this time, North Carolina is one of the only remaining states that does not have a medical marijuana program in place. However, there is currently a proposed bill (Senate Bill 711) that if passed, would establish a medical marijuana program in North Carolina.
According to state representatives, the bill will have a good chance of passing and we may see a medical marijuana program in North Carolina sometime in 2022. We will continue to update our information as more details develop, but the best way to stay informed is by joining our North Carolina Medical Marijuana Card waitlist.
North Carolina Medical Marijuana Card Waitlist
Sign up for our waitlist to be contacted once we begin taking appointments for the North Carolina Medical Marijuana Program.
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Have Questions About North Carolina Medical Cannabis?
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Unfortunately, not at this time. There is however a bill that has been proposed that would establish a medical marijuana program most likely sometime in 2022.
We won't know the exact requirements to obtain a North Carolina medical marijuana card until the program is fully established. The bill that is currently being proposed would require patients to be residents of North Carolina and to have a doctor verify that they have one of the state-approved qualifying medical conditions.
Once we begin accepting appointments, you'll be able to schedule on our website or by calling/texting 240-356-1000. In the meantime, we recommend joining our North Carolina medical marijuana card waitlist so that you can be one of the first people we contact to schedule an appointment.
You will need a valid photo ID and if possible, at least one form of proof of your medical condition such as medical records, pill bottles, office visit summaries, or a letter from your doctor.
If you don't have medical documentation, you can still get certified! Call or text us at 240-356-1000 so that we can schedule you with a doctor that can diagnose and then a doctor that can certify you. We do not charge extra for the diagnosis.
The official qualifying conditions have not yet been established. Senate Bill 711 that is up for consideration lists the following qualifying conditions:
- Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- Cachexia or wasting syndrome
- Crohn's disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson's disease
- Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Severe or persistent nausea in a person who is not pregnant
- Sickle cell anemia
- Any other similar, debilitating medical condition
It will most likely be about $200 to be evaluated by our doctor for a one-year certification. There will also be a required $50 registration fee paid directly to the state.
Only a licensed medical marijuana doctor can determine if you qualify for the program, so we cannot guarantee your approval. However, if you do not get approved by our doctor you will receive a FULL refund!
No, doctors who wish to certify patients for medical marijuana will need to apply to the state once the program is up and running.
Patients will most likely need to apply online with the state and pay the required $50 registration fee.
No. Insurance companies do not cover any costs associated with medical marijuana due to conflicts with federal law.
According to the proposed bill, patients will be allowed to possess a 30-day supply of medical marijuana as determined by their certifying doctor.
The proposed bill would allow for raw cannabis flower, edibles, topicals, oils, patches, sprays, suppositories, and tinctures.
The currently proposed bill would NOT allow for the home cultivation of medical marijuana.
A caregiver is a North Carolina resident aged 21 or over who is designated by a medical marijuana patient to be able to purchase and possess medical cannabis on behalf of the patient. They are also designated to help dispense and administer medical cannabis for the patient.
No, as a medical patient you are protected by HIPAA. Green Health Docs makes the privacy and security of our patients’ confidential information a top priority. No one will be able to find out your status as a medical marijuana patient unless you openly tell them or if you are administered a drug test for marijuana.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Here are a few important resources for patients (or family of patients) hoping to obtain an North Carolina medical card or learn more about medical cannabis:
- Common Qualifying Conditions
- Buying Medical Cannabis in Maryland
- Medical Marijuana Cards For Children in Maryland
- Is CBD or THC Better for Your Condition?
- How to Minimize the Adverse Effects of Cannabis
- Medical Marijuana Dosing
- Opioids vs Medical Marijuana
- Medical Marijuana Drug Interactions: A Cannabis Doctor’s Perspective