Enhance your health and wellness with our therapy options and services. Lisa M. Hendrix, MD, is a trusted patient resource for alternative natural therapies. Dr. Hendrix takes an integrative approach to holistic medicine that helps the patient address the source (and not only the symptoms) of their chronic health problem(s).
If you have been struggling to manage chronic health conditions and symptoms, medical marijuana may be a new horizon of treatment potential for you. Cannabis is legalized under doctor supervision in Arkansas for eligible patients. A new therapeutic option that can help patients enjoy a better quality of life.
Pre-Registration Requirements and Fees for the MMJ Card Application in Arkansas
Patients must have a qualifying health condition to be eligible for and receive the Arkansas medical marijuana card. Before you schedule your appointment, please review the qualifying health conditions. You must have one or more diagnoses or chronic health conditions required by the Department of Health.
To apply for your Arkansas medical marijuana card, you must:
Once you have completed your health evaluation, and if your qualifying health conditions have been successfully certified, you will be required to complete the registration process online. There is a non-refundable fee payable to the Arkansas Department of Health (DOH) of $50 for the application. If approved, a patient may receive their Arkansas medical marijuana card within 10-15 business days.
If you are a caregiver for a patient, you will be required to pay an additional $37 for a criminal background check as part of the medical marijuana card application process. Visiting patients who are not permanent residents of Arkansas can also apply for a 30-day medical cannabis card (if they qualify). There is a $50 registration fee for out-of-state visitors.
Who Cannot Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Arkansas?
Arkansas state law prohibits members of the National Guard and the United States Military from obtaining a registry ID card. Cannabis is a restricted substance and Schedule I banned drug currently by Federal law. Residents of Arkansas who work for Federal agencies may not become registered in the medical marijuana program.
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About Lisa M. Hendrix, MD
Dr. Hendrix graduated from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Medicine. She completed her residency at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Area Health Education Center Southwest. Dr. Lisa M. Hendrix is board-certified by the American Academy of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine.
A compassionate healer, Dr. Hendrix has participated in Medical Mission trips to Antigua, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. Dr. Lisa M. Hendrix helps patients explore alternative and integrative medicine options to address chronic disease symptoms.
Where traditional therapeutics have not successfully provided relief, Dr. Hendrix helps patients develop treatment plans to reach their personal wellness goals. Lisa M. Hendrix, MD, has been practicing medicine and patient care since 1996.