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NOTICE: Telemedicine Medical Marijauna renewals are available through DocMJ for a limited time due to COVID-19. Book your appointment online or call now before telemedicine ends.
DO I QUALIFY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD?
Under Ohio law, these conditions are eligible for a medical marijuana card:
Chronic Pain (back, neck, joints)
Chronic Muscle Spasms
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Hepatitis C
- Complex Regional Pain
Additionally, Ohio law allows a physician to certify patients for a medical marijuana card after diagnosing them with “other medical conditions of the same kind or class”, these may include:
- Cachexia (Wasting Syndrome)
- Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome
- Hepatitis C
- Lyme Disease
- Muscle Spasms
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Severe & Chronic Pain
- Sickle Cell Anemia
- Any Terminal Condition
- Other Condition of Similar Kind Or Class
Already a DocMJ patient? Go to our Patient Portal:
Application and Approval – In Three Easy Steps
It’s quick and easy, fill out a pre-qualification survey to see if you might qualify for Medical Marijuana in Ohio. See the Qualifying Conditions and see if you Qualify
Meet with your DocMJ physician via Telemedicine. If you qualify, you will receive your Registry ID # so that you may apply for your MMJ Card through the State of Ohio.
What People Are Saying
I had a tremendous experience with my doctor. She saw me as a person who was hurting and needed help. She was wonderful to talk to, incredibly helpful. The whole staff was excellent! Highly recommend
Great service and great atmosphere! The doctor was very informative!!!
Had a virtual follow-up exam, went well, not a single hiccup, and Doc was pleasant and conversational. All my previous appts with him have gone well, too. Highly recommend!
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Appointments With Medical Marijuana Doctors In Ohio
Completing an appointment with a medical marijuana doctor is a required step in the process to obtain the necessary MMJ card in Ohio. DocMJ provides patients in the area with a simple, streamlined experience to obtain the necessary recommendation to use medical marijuana as part of their treatment plan for qualifying medical and mental health conditions.
In Ohio, patients have access to telemedicine appointments to meet with medical marijuana doctors from the comfort of their own homes. These appointments are scheduled through the website for maximum convenience. In addition, qualifying patients receive their Registry ID number to apply for their medical card with the state of Ohio.
As part of the process, patients should complete the Medical Marijuana Card Application on the website. This provides pre-qualification information for our doctors. It is essential to list all diagnosed qualifying conditions by choosing from the dropdown menu.
Once the application is complete, the next step is to schedule a Telemedicine exam. DocMJ sends an email with an appointment confirmation as well as all the required intake forms. These forms must be submitted at least 24-hours before the scheduled appointment.
The medical marijuana doctor in Ohio has the ability to qualify patients based on other conditions of similar or kind or class to those identified and listed by the state. These medical or mental health conditions include chronic pain conditions, PTSD, ALS, neurological disorders, migraines, epilepsy, and several others. Similar or like conditions include diabetes, arthritis, muscular dystrophy, and other terminal conditions.