Updated on May 19, 2020. Medical content reviewed by Dr. Joseph Rosado, MD, M.B.A, Chief Medical Officer
In order to use medical marijuana in Nevada, you must be diagnosed with a qualifying medical condition and obtain a Nevada medical marijuana ID card.
The Nevada medical marijuana law established a confidential state-run patient registry to issue identification cards to qualifying patients. Patients who do not have a qualifying medical condition or do not wish to join the registry may legally purchase recreational marijuana from licensed dispensaries in Nevada.
Our goal is to help people in need of medical marijuana get the medicine they need. To this end, we provide a number of services to our patients.
Step-by-Step Guidance Through the Application Process — Nevada’s application process can be confusing and filled with lots of red tape. We demystify the process by taking you smoothly through each step to obtaining your Nevada marijuana card. We’re also here to answer any questions you may have along the way.
Statewide Network of Reputable Physicians — Our directory will give you access to a large number of highly qualified doctors practicing throughout Nevada. These physicians are equipped to perform your initial medical marijuana evaluation and write the prescription required for your diagnosis. After that, the same physician can monitor your progress and provide expert advice to help you reap maximum benefit from your prescribed treatment.
Competent Health Care at the Click of a Button — Patients can quickly book appointments with a few simple clicks of a button. Our commitment to convenience does not mean we compromise on quality, though. For this reason, our doctors are strictly vetted and certified to ensure they can deliver the high standard of competent, compassionate care you deserve.
Wide Range of Useful Information — We’re strong proponents of health education as a vital element of high-quality health care. This is why we’ve made an abundance of information readily available to our patients and doctors. Our database is replete with everything you’ll ever need to know about medical marijuana, including the latest news, case studies, research and legal developments in Nevada.
Free Appointment Booking Tool — Booking appointments is always free and easy for patients. You only pay the doctor at the time of your visit. Our physicians update their calendars regularly to ensure the information displayed regarding their availability is always accurate. This makes it easy for patients to conveniently book appointments with nearby doctors in a manner that suits their own schedules.
Telehealth Portal — To avoid the hassle of visiting the doctor in person when you only need a consultation that can be conducted online, we offer a telehealth portal to help make life a little easier. In compliance with Nevada’s telemedicine laws, this portal enables you to have secure online sessions with your physician at your convenience.
Our goal is to make it easy for qualified patients to get a Nevada marijuana card and reap maximum benefits from treatment. You can start by browsing our Nevada directory to locate a medical marijuana doctor near you today.
Patients in Nevada diagnosed with one of the following severe, debilitating or life-threatening medical conditions are afforded legal protection under the Nevada Medical Marijuana law, as per Ballot Question 9:
Patients must be a full-time Nevada resident with a valid Nevada I.D. as proof of residency.
Patients must be diagnosed by their physician with one of the qualifying conditions. Any Nevada doctor with a license to write a prescription and who is in good standing with their appropriate board can sign the Attending Healthcare Provider Statement.
Patients are required to submit an application to the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health. You can register online or by mail.
Patients are required to pay a registration fee, which is $50 for a one-year registration and $100 for a two-year registration.