Apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in Oklahoma

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Card Benefits

Wondering Why You Should Get Your Medical Card?

Having your medical marijuana card in Oklahoma can change everything.
Dispensary Access

Without your medical card, you won't be able to visit dispensaries or purchase medical cannabis products.

Legal Protection

Possessing or using cannabis without a valid medical card can still land you in legal trouble. A medical marijuana card grants you protection from prosecution.

Tailored Treatment Options

With a medical marijuana card, patients gain access to a wide range of medical cannabis products specifically tailored to address various health concerns.

Holistic Healthcare

Medical marijuana can offer a more holistic approach, minimizing the reliance on pharmaceutical drugs and other medications that may lead to dependency or adverse reactions.

Patient Support

Your doctor can help you understand dosage recommendations, potential side effects, and any interactions with other medications. Also, they are there to ensure you have a safe and effective experience with medical marijuana.


Medical marijuana patients are also allowed to grow six mature plants and six seedlings (non-flowering). Having a medical card is the only way in Oklahoma to grow your own cannabis.

How To Get Your Card

Getting your MMJ card in Oklahoma is simple with PrestoDoctor.

Book an appointment with PrestoDoctor

Speak to a doctor at PrestoDoctor and get approved for your Oklahoma medical marijuana card online. 

The appointment with our certified medical cannabis doctors is only $109.99. If you are not approved, you will get your money back!

Get approved for your MMJ card

Upon receiving a recommendation from the certified doctor, you’ll need to register with OMMA (Oklahoma’s DOH) complete the Patient Registry Application available on the OMMA website.

Next, you will need to pay the Oklahoma state registration fee. This is found within your patient portal. 

Start visiting licensed dispensaries!

Once approved, you will receive an email notice that you’ve been approved and then they will mail your card within 1-2 business days.

After you’ve received your card in the mail, you may start visiting dispensaries.

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Required Documents:

You’ll need the following documents to apply for your Oklahoma MMJ card:

Proof of Identity

The following are acceptable proof of identity:

Proof of Residency

The following are acceptable proofs of residency:

Doctor Approval (we provide this after your appointment)

After approval, you must apply with the state:

Qualifying Conditions

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. Here are a few examples of conditions which would likely qualify you for the medical program:


Here are the most frequently asked questions about Oklahoma's Medical Program.

Recreational cannabis is not legal in Oklahoma, so getting a medical marijuana recommendation is the only way to use and possess marijuana legally.

Patients may register online to the Oklahoma DOH, otherwise known as OMMA. Patients will need to apply with the following:

  • Physician Recommendation Form
  • Digital Photo (for your medical marijuana card)
  • Proof of Identity document
  • Proof of Residency document
  • Proof of Medicaid/Medicare/Disabled Veteran Status (**optional)
  • State Fee Payment


Once registering an account with your email address, you must then verify your account through a verification email sent by OMMA. Then, fill out your application and upload the required documents. Lastly, make your payment to OMMA. 

Then, you wait up to 14 business days from the date of submission to be approved by Oklahoma.

Yes, medical marijuana patients are allowed to grow six mature plants and six seedlings (non-flowering).

There are a few rules for cultivation and where you are allowed to grow. Medical marijuana can not be accessible, or visible to the general public or non-medical cannabis patients. Medical cannabis patients and caregivers can also not use any extraction equipment or process products using potentially hazardous material.

OMMA does not charge any additional fees for home cultivation. If you are a certified medical cannabis patient you may cultivate your own cannabis plants.

Patients must be 18 years or older to get an Oklahoma state recommendation from PrestoDoctor. If you are under 18, you must apply with a caregiver.

The cost for your doctor appointment with PrestoDoctor is $109.99. You’ll only be billed if you are approved for your medical marijuana card. In the event of a denial, rest assured, there is no charge, as we offer a 100% money-back guarantee.

Oklahoma charges a non-refundable application processing fee of $100. For applicants that qualify with Medicaid (SoonerCare) or Medicare benefits, the application fee is $20. This is not part of your PrestoDoctor appointment price.

Residents of other states outside Oklahoma that hold a valid state-issued medical marijuana license in their home state may apply for a temporary license to buy, use, and grow medical marijuana from an Oklahoma dispensary. For example, patients in Missouri and Arkansas are eligible because the state government issues the license, whereas patients from Texas are not eligible because the state government does not issue the license.

Out-of-state applicants must provide their state-issued medical marijuana card, a digital photo, and proof of identity.

The license will be valid for 30-60 days, and cannot exceed the expiration of the out-of-state medical marijuana card. Temporary Oklahoma medical marijuana licenses can be renewed. There is also a $100 state fee for a temporary license.

Medical documentation is encouraged, however it is not required. It is up to your physician to decide if you have a qualifying medical condition.

Yes, you are required to have a valid medical marijuana card in Oklahoma to purchase marijuana.

If you are visiting from another state, you may apply as an out-of-state patient. To apply as a visiting out-of-state patient, you must have a medical marijuana card or equivalent from another state. 

Yes, you must be a resident of Oklahoma with proof of residency to get an Oklahoma medical marijuana card.

To find a list of PrestoDoctor' recommended Oklahoma dispensaries, click here.

Qualified patients are allowed:

  • Up to 3 oz. of marijuana on their person
  • 1 oz. of concentrated marijuana
  • 8 oz. of marijuana in your residence
  • 72 oz. of edible marijuana
  • 72 oz. of topical marijuana

All completed applications will be either approved or denied within 14 days of receipt. Applicants will receive a letter in the mail with the decision as well as a notification via email. The State of Oklahoma would then mail the patient their medical marijuana card in the mail upon approval. Cards are typically mailed 1-2 days after a decision has been made.

Oklahoma state recommendations are valid for two (2)  years from the date it is issued.

More Information On Oklahoma

Once you’ve been approved and received your physician recommendation form, the next step is to begin your patient application with the state. Begin by creating an account with OMMA and fill out all necessary information. Remember to verify your account before proceeding with the application to ensure smooth processing.

You’ll need to submit your physician recommendation form, proof of residency, an uploaded digital full face photo, as well as paying the state fee.

Additionally, there is a non-refundable $50 government fee that must be paid as part of the application process.

Once your application is complete, OMMA typically takes up to 14 days for processing. Upon approval,  your physical card will be mailed within 1-2 business days.

Renewing your Oklahoma medical marijuana card is very similar to your initial application. You will need a new physician certification, which means you must see a doctor to get re-certified. You must upload the same required documents as before (photo, ID, physician certification) and submit payment to the state.

To renew your card, you may apply for the card renewal 30 days before it expires.

Additionally, you must have the original email and password that you used to apply on OMMA. If you cannot access the email you used previously, or forgot your password, you must call OMMA.

  • Employers cannot discipline, fire, or refuse to hire someone solely because they have an Oklahoma medical marijuana card. However employers do NOT have to allow possession or use of medical marijuana while on the job. 
  • Oklahoma cannot deny a concealed carry permit to someone solely because they are a licensed medical marijuana patient
  • Licensed medical marijuana patients may not be denied custody, visitation, or other parenting time with a minor.

Licensed patients are entitled to designate one caregiver to assist them. To designate a caregiver, the individual must apply through OMMA, providing evidence of Oklahoma residency, a valid proof of identity document, a clear full-face digital photograph, and the completed Caregiver Designation Form, signed by the patient. Additionally, caregivers must include the 24-character medical marijuana license number of the patient they are caring for on the application. 

There is no fee for the caregiver license. 

Oklahoma allows out-of-state patients with a valid government issued medical marijuana card to apply for a temporary 30-day license. 

Out-of-state applicants must provide their state-issued medical marijuana card, a clear photo, and proof of identity. 

Additionally, there is a nonrefundable out-of-state patient license processing fee of $100.

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