How to get your Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card Online

How to get a Medical Marijuana Card in Oklahoma

Getting an Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card online is an easy process that involves speaking with a doctor.

After that, you’ll then fill out some online paperwork with the state. To become an Oklahoma medical marijuana patient, you first talk with one of our doctors to see if you qualify. If you qualify, then we will help you through the application process. Once the process is complete and you are approved, you’ll be able to get medical marijuana in Oklahoma.

Are you searching the Internet for the cheapest place to get your medical card in Oklahoma? Prestodoctor offers appointments for only $109.99!

PrestoDoctor Online Appointments

The first step is to find a medical marijuana doctor in Oklahoma that is state certified to prescribe cannabis in Oklahoma. Luckily, our doctors are state certified to help you in Oklahoma. Our process at Prestodoctor is easy, fast, and private. Receiving your Oklahoma med card is not as difficult as one may think.

You’ll first schedule your appointment, with a doctor of your choosing and also at the time of your choosing. You are able to pick the most convenient day, time, and a doctor you feel confident about. The appointment will be 10-15 minutes (or more) to evaluate if your ailment would benefit from medical cannabis. Your doctor may also give you a personalized treatment plan.

Our doctors are specifically trained in medical cannabis and are ready to assist you and answer any questions you may have.

Lastly, be confident in the fact that we have a 100% money back guarantee. So this means if you are denied, you will get your money back in full for your Prestodoctor appointment.

Qualifying Conditions:

Unlike most states with medical marijuana programs in the United States, Oklahoma does not identify a specific list of qualifying conditions. A MMJ doctor in Oklahoma may certify a patient if they feel medical marijuana will be an appropriate treatment. It is up to the physician’s discretion to determine if cannabis would be beneficial for that patient’s particular medical condition.

Oklahoma licensed physicians may use other states’ lists of qualifying conditions. They may use this as a metric when determining whether a patient would benefit from the use of medical marijuana. However, keep in mind the conditions that qualify are up to the doctor to determine.

Documentation Needed:

When registering post-appointment for your Oklahoma cannabis license, you’ll need to provide a few more items. The following items will to show proof of Oklahoma residency. Please note that P.O Boxes do not count as valid documents to show proof of Oklahoma residency. You’ll also need to provide photographic identification and a full-face digital photograph.

Proof of Residency (one of the following):

  • An Oklahoma driver’s license (scanned front and back)
  • An Oklahoma identification card (scanned front and back)
  • An Oklahoma voter I.D. card
  • An Oklahoma utility bill (for the calendar month preceding the date of application. Cell phone and internet bills are NOT valid).
  • A residential property deed showing ownership of Oklahoma property
  • A valid rental agreement for a residential Oklahoma property

Proof of Identity (one of the following):

  • An Oklahoma driver’s license (scanned front and back)
  • An Oklahoma identification card (scanned front and back)
  • A U.S. passport (or other photo I.D. issued by the U.S government)
  • A tribal I.D. card approved for identification purposes by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety

Digital photo of face:

  • Click here for detailed instructions on how to submit a digital photograph for your Oklahoma medical marijuana application.

While patients are not required to upload medical documentation of their condition, it is encouraged.

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Talk to one of our doctors to get your Oklahoma medical marijuana card online:

Visit to schedule your secure video chat appointment and talk to one of our board-certified doctors. They can help you get your medical marijuana recommendation letter. We generally have same-day appointments available, or you can schedule an appointment in the future.

Qualifying for an Oklahoma marijuanas card can be a simple process when you use Prestodoctor. No need to visit medical marijuanas doctors in OKC in person. You can visit a doctor online from anywhere in Oklahoma.

After Approval:

We process your physician recommendation letter and send you a digital copy that you can upload to the state portal website. The online application is on the OMMA website here. If you are approved and qualified, the state will mail your card within 14 business days. Once you receive your card in the mail, you can begin buying medical marijuana products from any dispensary in Oklahoma!

Be sure to remember, your physician recommendation forms must be submitted within 30 days from the date of the doctor’s signature.

Your medical marijuana license in Oklahoma is valid for 2 years. This means you must renew your medical marijuana card once this 2 years is up.

Prestodoctor will remind you when your card is expiring, and we can help you renew. Almost time to renew your Oklahoma mmj card? Read more about how to renew your Oklahoma medical marijuana card here.

Oklahoma State Application Fee:

Once you complete the online application, submit the physician recommendation and all other required documentation, you must submit payment to OMMA. The online application fee must be paid to the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) for review.

  • Standard application fees are $100
  • Reduced-fee applications are available for $20 for those who qualify. You must provide proof of enrollment in Medicaid (SoonerCare) or Medicare.
  • Oklahoma medical marijuana cards are valid for two years.

All application fees MUST be paid with a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit or debit card. If you do not have a credit or debit card, you must purchase a prepaid Visa or MasterCard.

Also, be aware that these state application fees are separate from PrestoDoctor appointment fees.

Registration for Caregivers in Oklahoma

Caregivers in Oklahoma must meet a criteria to assist a registered patient. The caregiver must be at least 18 years old and a resident of the state. Then they must provide documentation that they are designated by the state registered patient to assist them. This means that BOTH caregiver and patient must be OMMA certified.

Oklahoma caregivers do not have to pay a card registration fee. Also, the caregiver license is valid until the expiration date of the patient’s license.

Caregivers are required to submit the Adult Patient Caregiver Designation Form which must be signed by the patient. If the patient is under 18 there is a Minor Patient Caregiver Designation Form. A parent or legal guardian designated as a caregiver must submit the Minor Patient Caregiver Designation Form.

To apply as a caregiver, the requirements are the following:

  • Digital copy of proof of Oklahoma residency
  • Digital copy of proof of identity
  • Digital clear, color, full-face photograph
  • Patient Caregiver Designation Form (this must be signed by the patient)

Time To Get Your Medical Marijuana Card in Oklahoma

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