Now Available: Telehealth MMJ Card Renewal in Arkansas

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Now Available: Telehealth MMJ Card Renewal in Arkansas

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Certification Steps

obtain records of your qualifying condition for an Arkansas Medical Marijuana CardOnce you’ve reviewed the 18 qualifying conditions to ensure you qualify for a medical marijuana card in the state of Arkansas, and collected records of your qualifying condition if you have them, Click Begin Certification Now to fill out Ozark MMJ Cards’ FREE Online Patient Evaluation.

Once You’ve submitted the form, our Patient Care Manager will call you to schedule your $125 MMJ Certification.

Don’t have record of your condition? Don’t Worry About it! We got you covered. Our free online evaluation allows you to explain your condition in your own words.

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Medical Marijuana Cards at the click of a button, with AR MMJ CardOur Patient Care Manager will schedule an appointment with an  Ozark MMJ Cards’ Physician. 

On the day of the appointment you will receive an invoice for $125. Once you’re appointment is concluded and the invoice is paid, you will receive a link in your email, which will ask you to e-sign and add your personal information to your Certification form for the state.

Once you have filled in your information and signed, you can close the window and return to your email inbox. In your inbox you will receive another email with a PDF attachment with your complete Physician’s Written Certification Form.

license purchased of medical marijuana cardDownload your Physician’s Certification Form and upload it to the Arkansas State website to complete your application for a medical marijuana card.

For more detailed instructions on how to register your certification with, check out How to Register your Certification with Arkansas

When you submit your certification, The State of Arkansas will require:

  • Written certification from a physician (the document you received in step 2)
  • A valid State identification (not a passport)
  • $50 application fee, payable by credit card only
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Our Team

Our clinic is a collective of amazing people striving to provide the best possible experience for Little Rock Arkansas residents seeking a medical marijuana card.

Ozark MMJ Cards (Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card) was founded by Dr. Daniel Whitelocke to ensure patients receive quality care and have access to alternative medicines including medical cannabis.

Life is Good In Little Rock, Ar

Ozark MMJ Cards provides medical marijuana cards to residents of Little Rock, Arkansas. With nearly 200,000 residents, Little Rock is the largest city in Arkansas. It is located in the middle of the state and sits on the banks of the Arkansas River. Little Rock acquired its name in 1722, when French explorer Bernard de la Harpe was leading a party of explorers up the Arkansas River from New Orleans. He encountered two unusual rock outcroppings, one large and one small, on opposite sides of the river. He referred to one on the north side as the “French Rock” (now known as “big rock”). The other, located along the riverbanks on the south bank, became known as the La Petite Roche — “Little Rock.” The capital city’s namesake is now displayed at La Petite Roche Plaza in Riverfront Park on the Arkansas River.

Residents and tourists enjoy visiting the River Market District in Little Rock. The district offers restaurants, unique shops, bars, museums, and hotels, as well as the area’s main library. The Clinton Presidential Center is the home of the Little Rock offices of the Clinton Foundation, the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, and the Clinton School of Public Service. Also nearby is the Museum of Discovery, an interactive indoor playground for visitors of all ages.  One of the Civil Rights Movement’s most significant events took place in Little Rock, when nine African-American students enrolled in Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Little Rock eventually became a symbol of the federal government’s commitment to eliminating separate systems of education for blacks and whites. The new National Historic Site Visitor Center opened in September 2007 to mark the 50th anniversary of the school’s desegregation. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the state, it presents the story of the Little Rock Nine through interactive exhibits. The city is now home to six destinations along the U.S. Civil Rights Trail.