Medical Marijuana State of Arkansas
Mabry Medical Certification Process:
Mabry Medical can get you certified:
You’ll need to bring some form of medical records to the visit; we will upload those to your chart.
The office visit is $150 cash; we don’t take checks or cards for this service.
We will answer any questions you have; a visit can go from 10 min to 45 min depending on how many questions you have.
No Appointment Needed, Just Walk-in!!!!
Contact the office with questions:
3277 W Sunset Ave. Suite B
Springdale, AR 72762
Medical Marijuana Steps :
Step 1 – Physician's Written Certification Form
The first step to getting a medical marijuana registry card in Arkansas is to meet with your physician about medical marijuana. Your physician must be licensed to practice in Arkansas and have a current DEA number. If your physician agrees to complete the Physician Certification Form, you will upload it with your patient application or mail it with your application depending on which method you choose. The Physician's Written Certification expires 30 days from the date it was signed by the physician. You must upload or mail the form with your application before it expires. If you allow a physician certification form to expire, the certification becomes invalid and you will no longer be able to use it with your
Step 2 – Fill Out the Patient Application
Complete the patient application in its entirety. Name and address must match what is listed on the state ID provided. If you will require a caregiver, ensure that the caregiver completes a caregiver application.
Step 3 – Pay the Application Fee (nonrefundable)
The fee is $50 and is non-refundable for all who apply. If you apply online, there will be a section for payment options. If you are mailing your application, please include a check or money order for $50, payable to the Arkansas Department of Health.
Step 4 – Submit Proof of Age and Identity
You must upload a copy of your Arkansas issued driver's license or ID with your application. If you're mailing your application, send in a photocopy of your Arkansas issued driver's license or state ID with your forms.
Step 5 – Submit a Physician's Written Certification
You must upload a copy of your Physician's Written Certification form with your application. If you're mailing your application, send in a photocopy of your Physician's Written Certification form with your application.
You can submit this by mail or online. If you chose mail, this will take about 2 weeks to get your card, If you submit this online you can usually get the card back faster, but the state still wants you to know they have 10-14 days to get this completed.
Arkansas Medical conditions
Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus/ acquired immune deficiency syndrome Hepatitis C
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Cachexia or wasting syndrome
Intractable pain, which is pain that has not responded to ordinary medications, treatment or surgical measures for more than six (6) months
Seizures, including without limitation those with characteristics of epilepsy
Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including without limitation those with characteristics of multiple sclerosis