How to get a Medical Marijuana Card in Oklahoma

Sample Oklahoma Medical Card
Sample Oklahoma Medical Card

Getting a Medical Marijuana Card in Oklahoma is a process that involves speaking with a licensed Oklahoma marijuana doctor and filling out some quick online state paperwork.

To become an Oklahoma medical marijuana patient, you will first talk with one of our verified medical marijuana doctors in Oklahoma. This will be done 100% online via secure video chat. During your appointment, you and the doctor will discuss to see if you qualify. Finally, we will help you through the application process.

Signing up for an appointment only takes a few minutes. Same day virtual visits are available. PrestoDoctor makes getting your medical cannabis card easy, fast, and private.

How Do I Sign Up?

Your first step to getting your Oklahoma medical marijuana card will be to schedule an appointment to see a doctor. PrestoDoctor allows you to choose a time that is best for you as well as picking your doctor. The appointment will be anywhere from 15-30 minutes where your doctor will consider if you qualify for medical marijuana treatment. Our doctors are specially educated in cannabis and may be able to answer questions you have about using cannabis. 

Medical Marijuana Program in Oklahoma

If you’ve been approved, you’ll need to register with the Oklahoma DOH, also known as OMMA. This is the Oklahoma state department which controls medical marijuana.

You will submit your physician recommendation form, which you received from your doctor, along with paying the state application fee. The state fee is currently $100. However, if you have Medicaid, Soonercare, or Medicare enrollment you qualify for a reduced state fee of $20. 

To be approved, you must provide proof of residency. Once approved and registered with OK OMMA, your Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Identification Card will arrive in 2 weeks. Once you have your card, you are able to buy cannabis legally from any dispensary in Oklahoma.

Your card is valid for up to 2 years. After two years, you must renew your Oklahoma medical marijuana card.

PrestoDoctor also offers renewals and we can help you get your renewal fast. We’ll contact you when your card is soon to expire to ensure your card remains valid! You are able to renew your card within 30 days of the expiration date. 

Qualifying Conditions

Oklahoma regulations suggest that patients have a medical condition for which the evaluating physician believes medical cannabis may be a beneficial alternative treatment. Unlike other medical states, Oklahoma does not have a specific list of qualifying conditions for recommending medical cannabis. Your doctor will evaluate your reason for seeking alternative medication during your video appointment. Below are a few examples of conditions which would likely qualify you for the medical program:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Cancer
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Migraines
  • Anorexia
  • AIDS
  • Cachexia
  • Persistent muscle spasms, including those associated with multiple sclerosis
  • Seizures, including, but not limited to, those associated with epilepsy
  • Severe nausea
  • Glaucoma
  • Arthritis
  • Opiate/Opioid dependency
  • Any other chronic or persistent medical symptom that substantially limits the ability of the person to conduct one or more major life activities

Please keep in mind that the final determination is made by your evaluating doctor. The listed conditions above are subject to change. Ultimately, the decision is based on the doctor’s discretion. 

PrestoDoctor Has Medical Doctors Online in Oklahoma

Speaking with a medical cannabis doctor in Oklahoma can be easy, fast, and private with PrestoDoctor. Finding a medical marijuana doctor in OK can be the hard part, but we have doctors online now who can help. 

Did we answer all your questions? Sign up for an account and use the convenient web-chat to ask us anything. If you’re ready, you can book your appointment today! Our doctors are online and ready to help you get medical marijuana in Oklahoma. 

Are you interested in renewing your medical card in Oklahoma? Click that link for more information!