Flagstaff’s Leading Medical Marijuana Clinic


Are You Suffering From Severe Or Chronic Pain?

If you’re suffering from severe or chronic pain, but don’t have medical records dated within the last 12 months, you’re in luck! We have an onsite pain specialist that can help you update your medical records or establish medical history.

The best part? You can see our pain specialist the same day you see The Marijuana Doctor!

Schedule an appointment with our onsite pain specialist Dr. Nancy. She charges $50 for physicals and she can help you get your medical records up to date or help you establish medical history if you’ve never seen a doctor.

  • q-iconWhat medical conditions qualify me?

    If you are suffering or in severe and chronic pain due to any of the following conditions, you will qualify for a medical marijuana card: Alzheimer’s, ALS, Cancer, Cachexia, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, Nausea, Seizures and Muscle Spasms.

  • q-iconWhere will I be able to purchase Medical Marijuana?

    Once you are approved and have the physical ID card, you are available to purchase from any operating dispensary in Arizona.

  • q-iconHow much does it cost to get my Medical Marijuana Card?

    The price varies patient to patient depending on a few things. If needed, the charge to update your records on-site with our pain specialist will be $50. Regardless of seeing our pain specialist or bringing your own records, you will need to see our cannabis specialst. The cannabis specialist visit includes the processing and uploading fee as well which will total $150. Finally, all patients will have to pay the fee to the Arizona Board of Health Services which is $150 or if the patient recieves nutrion assistance (food stamps) the fee is discounted to $75.

  • q-iconHow long does the doctor's visit take?

    The appointments vary in length depending on quite a few things ranging from physical necessity and level of knowledge on medical marijuana to honest wait time behind other patients. If the patient is seeing both doctors, we typically approximate the visit to 1 hour or half an hour for just one doctor.

  • q-iconHow much Marijuana can I possess once I have my MMJ card?

    As a qualifying patient in Arizona, you are legal to possess and purchase up to 2 and a half ounces of Marijuana every 2 weeks.

  • q-iconCan I grow my own Medical Marijuana?

    If you live 25 miles or further from an operating dispensary and have applied for cultivation rights, then you are fully legal to grow up to 12 plants in any stage of the plants life cycle.

  • q-iconWhat kind of medical records do I need?

    We ask that you bring any medical records that are dated within the previous 12 months outlining or explaining any visits to your physician or doctor pertaining directly to your qualifying condition. If you are unable to provide medical records at the time of your visit, we can always have you see our pain specialist and update your records on-site in the office.

  • q-iconI'm under 18. Can I qualify?

    If you are a minor patient looking to get a medical marijuana card, you can still qualify. The process is very similar to a normal patient application, however, the minor certification includes a double-doctor processs, meaning the minor patient will have to be certified by two doctors rather than just one. Also, the minor’s parent or guardian will have to become the active caregiver for the patient to make any purchase of marijuana.

  • q-iconHow long does it take to get my Medical Marijuana Card in the mail?

    The Board of Health says the approximate length between the patient’s visit and receiving the card in the mail is 5-10 business days.