Arizona Medical Marijuana Cards
Green Leaf MMJ Clinic helps patients through the entire process of obtaining an Arizona Medical Marijuana Card. We are located in Chandler, Arizona and serve Gilbert, Ahwatukee, Sun Lakes, Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Maricopa, and Queen Creek residents.
Our marijuana doctors are focused on quality patient care and education. Green Leaf MMJ Clinic has compassionate, professional, and knowledgable doctors and registered nurses in our clinic every day to assist you. Our staff has over 40 years of healthcare experience and we look forward to helping you live a more natural and holistic life today.
Patients who choose Green Leaf have terrific things to say about our team. Frequent terms used by patients to describe our staff include knowledgable, professional, awesome, friendly, and helpful. Please see our reviews on websites like Google and Yelp.
To schedule an appointment call us or book online.
How to Receive a Medical Marijuana Card
Obtain your medical records dated within the past 12 months listing at least one of the Qualifying Conditions that Arizona recognizes.
Unsure about medical records? See section below about medical records.
Once medical records have been obtained, call to schedule your appointment.
Attend scheduled appointment. Appointments typically last approximately 45 minutes and will include completing intake forms, meeting with a physician, and our staff submitting your AZ DHS Application for Medical Card (many clinics charge an extra fee for this).
Patients typically receive their medical card in the mail within 7-14 days after their appointment.
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Medical Records Information
Frequently, our patients have already been diagnosed with one of the Arizona Qualifying Conditions listed above. If you have seen a doctor in the last 12 months regarding the condition, please obtain a recent visit summary listing the qualifying condition.
Most patients obtain their medical records by:
Visiting their healthcare provider's office and asking for a printed copy of your recent visit summaries. This summary should include a diagnosis of at least one of the Arizona Qualifying Conditions and the treatment that was offered (some offices may charge for this service)
Visiting their healthcare provider's patient portal website or app and downloading/printing any relevant records. The records should include a diagnosis of at least one of the Arizona Qualifying Conditions and the treatment that was offered
Completing and signing a Release of Records form to provide to your healthcare provider. We are happy to fax this form for you. (If using this method, it is best to complete this step as soon as possible. Medical offices may take as little as a few hours or up to 4 weeks to provide the records to us)
Patients Without Medical Records
If you have not seen a medical provider in the past 12 months for one of the Arizona Qualifying Conditions, sometimes older medical records are sufficient. You may be able to use older medical records if you have a condition that is chronic and unlikely to go away (such as for AIDS, Glaucoma, Hepatitis C, Cancer, Crohn's Disease, Old Injuries etc). These records must still include an Arizona Qualifying Condition diagnosis and treatment plan. Please call our office with any questions.
For patients who have not seen a medical provider in the last 12 months, we do have doctors onsite who can perform physical exams. If through a basic physical exam a doctor is able to diagnose one of the Arizona Qualifying Condition, we can assist you. Please call our office with any questions about this.
Benefits of Medical Marijuana
Medical Marijuana has been used to help treat medical ailments such as chronic pain, migraine headaches, testicular cancer, asthma, epilepsy, and arthritis. Cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the two most widely known active chemicals in marijuana with medicinal applications. For those patients with glaucoma, medical marijuana use decreases pressure within the eye. Doctors and researchers are just beginning to study and learn what additional benefits might be out there. Research has begun to offer promising results regarding medical cannabis being able to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, improve lung health, prevent epileptic seizures, decrease symptoms of rare diseases and disorders such as Dravet Syndrome, stop cancer from spreading, reduce anxiety, treat inflammatory bowel diseases, and reduce tremors in those with Parkinson’s disease. Those suffering from PTSD have described medical marijuana as being a miracle drug. Patients going through chemotherapy have found medical cannabis to reduce the terrible side effects associated with the treatment.