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HOW DO I GET MY MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD?

Dr. Green Relief Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors

Dr. Green Relief is the patient’s choice for Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors. We make getting your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card easy! After you schedule your appointment, you will be evaluated by a compassionate and well qualified doctor that understands the benefits of recommending medical marijuana for your condition. Our knowledgeable staff will guide you through the enrollment process at no additional charge. Dr. Green Relief remains the #1 choice for Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors by offering risk-free Nevada Medical Marijuana Card Evaluations. If the doctor does not recommend medical marijuana for your condition, you will not be charged for your visit.

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Patients diagnosed with a qualifying medical condition are protected from state-level criminal penalties for the use, possession, and cultivation of medical marijuana in Nevada. Our Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors can evaluate you for your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card today!

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Qualified Physicians

Your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card evaluation will be provided by a compassionate Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor. All evaluations take place in a professional medical setting by only the most qualified and licensed physicians. Your visit is 100% confidential.

Affordable Evaluations

Our team of Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors offer the most affordable Nevada Medical Marijuana Card evaluations. We believe in offering quality healthcare and affordable prices.

100% Money Back Guarantee

Yes, that is correct! If you don’t qualify, you don’t pay. It is as simple as that! Dr. Green Relief offers 100% risk free Nevada Medical Marijuana Card evaluations.

Confidential & Verifiable Registry

Your status as a Nevada Medical Marijuana Card Patient can be verified using a state database. The database can only be accessed using your patient ID number. It is not possible to look up a patients name to see if they participate in program. That includes law enforcement and employers.

Access Marijuana Dispensaries

Once one of our Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors determines that medical marijuana is right for you, the next step is to enroll in the Nevada Medical Marijuana Card Program. Once accepted, you will have access to your medical marijuana using state approved dispensaries.

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$80
EVALUATION WITH CURRENT
MEDICAL RECORDS
$125
EVALUATION W/O CURRENT
MEDICAL RECORDS
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There are two costs associated with obtaining
your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card. 1) The fee for our Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors
to evaluate you. 2) The state fee payable directly to the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health ($25 initial application, $75 processing) The only fee due at the time of your visit is for the cost of your evaluation! There is never a fee charged for our assistance to help you fill out your Nevada Marijuana Card Registry Packet.

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Obtaining your Nevada Medical Marijuana
Card allows you to grow up 12 marijuana
plants and possess up to 2.5oz of usable
marijuana without being arrested. If you
exceed that amount or do not enroll in
the recommended Nevada Medical
Marijuana Card Registry Program you
risk being prosecuted. Our friends at
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Las Vegas
Marijuana Dispensaries

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After obtaining your Nevada Medical
Marijuana Card you will be able to
access the Las Vegas Marijuana
dispensaries for your medication.
You can expect a large variety of lab tested
medical grade marijuana to choose from
and knowledgeable staff to assist you.
There are many different options
available. Soon you will be able to view
the dispensaries we recommend!

Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors FAQ

PRE-VISIT INFO

How to book an appointment to get your Nevada Marijuana Card:

It’s simple to book your appointment with a local Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor! You can easily book online using the link below, or give us a call at 702-707-2414 today and pre-qualify. We will schedule your appointment on a day and time that works best with your schedule. If you don’t qualify, you don’t pay…it is as simple as that!

Before you see the doctor:

It is important for you to gather any medical records along that support your diagnosis. This includes recent medical records, prescriptions, physician’s notes, notated MRIs or any other documentation that you think can help the doctor determine if medical marijuana is right for you .

Obtaining previous medical records

Call the doctor’s office or the hospital where you have been treated and request copies of your medical records. They will tell you the process and usually have you sign an authorization form. If you can not retrieve your records, don’t worry! Not everyone has access to their medical records, or visits a doctor regularly. You will be meeting with a licensed medical doctor at the time of your visit. Our compassionate Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors will provide you a comprehensive medical evaluation and make a recommendation for your condition accordingly.

Insurance coverage

Currently there are not any Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors accepting insurance for medical marijuana evaluations. We keep this in mind, which is why we strive to remain affordable and accessible by all of Nevada.

Qualifying medical conditions explained

Once one of our Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors determines your eligibility, you will receive the Attending Physicians Statement which is needed to enroll in the Nevada Medical Marijuana Card Program. Having a Nevada Medical Marijuana Card will allow you to legally use, possess, transport, and cultivate medical marijuana in compliance with the Nevada State law. To be eligible for your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card our team of Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors must determine that you are suffering from at least one of the following conditions:

  • AIDS
  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Cachexia (severe weight loss from disease or medical treatment)
  • Persistent muscle spasms, including spasms caused by multiple sclerosis
  • Seizures, including seizures caused by epilepsy
  • Severe nausea
  • Severe pain
  • PTSD

NOTE: Any other medical condition or treatment for a medical condition that is: (a) Classified as a chronic or debilitating medical condition by regulation of the Division; or (b) Approved as a chronic or debilitating medical condition pursuant to a petition.

Pre-visit requirements

  • 18+ Years old
  • Valid Nevada Drivers License Or Nevada Picture Identification
  • Call 702-707-2414 or request an appointment online
  • Bring any supporting medical records to your appointment

If you do not have medical records, one of our Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors can help you establish the necessary medical history, for certain medical conditions. Medical records are not required at the time of appointment, but they are helpful when establishing your qualifying medical condition. Once a qualifying condition has been established you will eligible to apply for your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card! Our doctors strive to provide quality healthcare at affordable prices. We believe that getting your Nevada Medical Marijuana card should be an affordable and accessible option for everyone!

HOW IT WORKS

What are the benefits of having your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

Becoming legal allows you to grow 12 plants and possess 2.5oz without being arrested. After a Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Doctor has determined your eligibility and a qualifying condition has been established, you will receive an attending physicians statement and proof of your visit before you leave the office. Book your appointment to see a Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Doctor and get your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card evaluation today.

How long is my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card good for?

The Nevada Medical Marijuana card is good for one year. After 1 year, you will be required to renew your card annually. Our Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors provide renewals as well as first time patient evaluations.

Can I use medical marijuana while I am waiting for my Nevada Marijuana Card?

Yes, once your Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor determines that the Nevada Medical Marijuana Card Program Is right for you and the state receives your complete application you will receive a temporary approval letter from the state good for sixty (60) days. This allows you to possess medical marijuana pending final approval. If law enforcement questions your right to possess the marijuana, present them with a copy of your temporary approval letter. (NRS 453A.210)

If I have my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card are there restrictions?

Yes, you may never sail, fly, or drive under the influence of medical marijuana, you may never possess a firearm in public or under the influence of medical marijuana. You may not even go on amusement park ride according to the law. Having a Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor recommend medical marijuana for you does not make you exempt from the law.

Where can I get my marijuana after I get my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

Nevada has state approved medical marijuana dispensaries for patients holding a valid state issued Nevada Marijuana card. Once you are recommended by a Las Vegas Vegas Marijuana Doctor the approval process with the state typically takes 3-4 weeks before you are able to obtain your medication although the state is constantly working on speeding the process up!

Can my Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor prescribe me marijuana?

Since marijuana is still considered illegal in the United States, there is not any doctor that can prescribe it and there is not any pharmacy that can fill it. A physician may only recommend the use of medical marijuana, but can not provide it for you. A local Las
Vegas Dispensary will be able to provide you your medical marijuana after you become legal.

STATE APPLICATION

What do I need to apply for the Nevada Medical Marijuana Card Program?

A physician licensed in the state of Nevada is needed to recommend you for the Nevada Medical Marijuana program. Don’t worry, the state does not make any medical assessments with regard to your application. Only your physician determines if medical marijuana is right for you. Dr. Green Relief is the choice for Local Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors. We will help you each step of the way.

How much are the Nevada Medical Marijuana Card State fees?

Once a local Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor determines medical marijuana is right for you, There is a $25 fee to register your state application and a $75 fee to process your application. Both of those fees are payable directly to the state. Lastly there is a fee payable to the DMV for printing your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card up to $13

What could cause my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card application to be denied?

Occasionally an application for a Nevada Medical Marijuana Card will be denied usually for one of the following reasons:

  • False or incomplete information on your application.
  • Failure to provide proof of medical condition.
  • Failure to provide proof of consulting with your doctor about using cannabis medicine.
  • The physician supporting your application is not licensed or not in good standing.
  • You are under eighteen (18) years old and your parent or guardian did not sign off.
  • You or your caregiver has been convicted of selling drugs.
  • You or your caregiver have possessed drugs in jail or delivered drugs to someone in jail.
  • If you’ve failed to follow any other regulations mandated by the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services
  • If the Nevada State Health Division has ever previously prohibited you from ever obtaining a Registry Identification Card.

Can I reapply for my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card if I am denied?

If your application for your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card is denied, you can re-apply after six (6) months have passed since the date your application was denied. If the application was only denied because it was incomplete, you can re-apply immediately. (NRS 453A.210) If you are accepted and receive your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card but your membership is later revoked, then you may not re-apply for another twelve (12) months. (NRS.453A.225) Our team of Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors will help ensure your application is complete and ready to be approved.

Can a minor apply for a Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

Yes, a Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor can recommend the use of medical marijuana for a minor under eighteen (18) who is suffering from a qualifying medical condition. Minors are just as eligible to join the Nevada Medical Marijuana Card program as an adult suffering from the same condition(s). The minor’s custodial parent or guardian must sign a “minor release” form in the application, and that parent or guardian must act as the minors designated primary caregiver. Currently Dr. Green Relief Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors are not accepting minor patients under the age of 18. We will gladly refer you to a physician that does.

LIFE AS A PATIENT

Is my employer required to recognize that I have my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

No, unfortunately not. Although a Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor has determined that medical marijuana was right for you, your employer is not lawfully required to accommodate medical marijuana in the workplace.

Should I tell my employer that I have my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

Your medical records and treatment plans are private and protected information. If there comes a time you wish to inform your employer that you are a medical marijuana patient, we recommend that you consult an attorney first. If you want to have the state inform your employer on your behalf you can contact them in writing at the provided address. Dr. Green Relief Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors recommend keeping your healthcare information private.

Am I required to tell my landlord that I have a Nevada Marijuana Card?

Currently there is a not a law that compels you to inform your landlord that you have your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card. Even with a Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor recommending medical marijuana you may still face eviction if you are found out by a not so welcoming landlord because marijuana is still federally considered an illegal drug. Always exercise caution and consult an attorney to learn more about your rights and protections.

Can I smoke marijuana in public if I have my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

No, The Nevada law says you may not possess or use your medical marijuana in a public space or in public view. (NRS 453A.300) Our Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors stress that a Nevada medical marijuana card does not make you exempt from exercising good judgement and awareness of the law.

If you have a Nevada Medical Marijuana Card, are you able to sell your marijuana to others?

No, you may not sell your medical marijuana to anyone including other patients. If you do, you run the risk of being arrested for the crime of marijuana sales. (NRS 453A.300) Even though a Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor recommended cannabis medicine for you does not make you exempt from the law!

Once you have your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card what changes in your life are your required to report?

After a Las Vegas Marijuana doctor recommends medical marijuana for you and you are approved for the state marijuana program, you are required to inform the state of certain changes. As a patient or caregiver you are required to report the following changes within seven (7) days:

  • Change of address, phone number, medical status
  • Change of designated caregiver or if you no longer have a caregiver
  • New criminal convictions, patient death
    You may mail, fax, or personally bring the changes into the Nevada State Health Division office at the provided address. You may face criminal and civil penalties as well as risk being disqualified from the Nevada Medical Marijuana Program if you fail to inform the state of these changes. If you change caregivers, the caregivers card must be returned within 7 days of confirmation.

What do you do if you lose your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

Don’t worry, just call the Nevada State Health Division at (775) 687-7594 as soon as possible and inform them. Remember that each of our Las Vegas Marijuana Doctors provide every qualifying patient with a 24/7 patient verification number. This is not meant to take the place of your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card, it is only to be used as an additional means to help verify a Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor has recommended that you use cannabis medicine.

CAREGIVERS

What is a caregiver?

A caregiver is defined as an individual with significant responsibility for managing your well-being. The individual must be at least eighteen (18) years old and be officially designated as your primary caregiver. If you need a caregiver make sure you request a caregivers packet when applying for your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card through the state.

Who can be my designated primary caregiver once I get my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

Your Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor can approve anyone over the age of eighteen (18) years old to be your designated primary caregiver. The catch is this person may not be a medical marijuana user and this designated caregiver may only have one (1) Nevada Medical Marijuana Patient to be responsible for. (NRS 453A.080, NAC 453A.150)

Can my caregiver help administer my medical marijuana once I have my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

The answer is yes! Once a Las Vegas Marijuana Doctor has recommended medical marijuana for you and approved your primary caregiver, the Nevada Medical Marijuana Card program states that one (1) primary caregiver can help you administer your medical marijuana.

Can my primary caregiver get paid for administering my medical marijuana once I have my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

No. They may not charge you money or any other form of payment. If they do, they may be charged with Nevada crime of marijuana sales. (NRS 453A.300) A Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Doctor can help educate you on the caregiver laws.

How many Nevada Medical Marijuana Card holding patients can a caregiver be responsible for?

A caregiver can only be responsible for one (1) patient at a time. Once a Las Vegas Medical Marijuana doctor and the state approve your caregiver, they can not act as a caregiver for any other patients in the Nevada Medical Marijuana Card Program.

What if the Police catch me or my caregiver without our Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

You may get arrested If the police find you or your caregiver in possession of marijuana without your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card. The case should be dropped if you can prove you have your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card and that you were following the State laws. One of our Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Doctors can help you become legal today!

Is my caregiver protected from prosecution if I have my Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

Yes, once a Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Doctor and the State approve your one (1) designated caregiver, that individual is the only one other then yourself that can legally produce and possess your medical marijuana.

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If you have a Nevada Medical Marijuana Card how much marijuana can you legally possess?

After a Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Doctor and the State approve you for the Nevada Medical Marijuana Card Program you and your caregiver (if applicable) may collectively possess up to (2.5 oz.) of usable marijuana. Meaning, that together you may have no more then a total of (2.5 oz.) of usable marijuana. (NRS 453A.200) Usable marijuana usually refers to seeds, dried leaves and buds, or any kind that’s immediately ready to be smoked. Usable marijuana does not include the stalks and roots of the plant. (NRS 453A.160)

How much marijuana can you grow if you have a Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

You and your designated primary caregiver may posses a total of Twelve (12) Mature plants after a Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Doctor and the state have approved you. Mature marijuana plants are those that are blooming, where its flowers or buds may be seen without visual aid. (NRS 453A.200)

If you don’t have a Nevada Medical Marijuana Card can you get in trouble for being around a patient using their medical marijuana?

No, you cant be charged for constructive possession, conspiracy or related offenses for being around a Nevada Medical Marijuana Card holding patient using their medical marijuana. If you find yourself in the middle of a situation where police find marijuana or other drugs, police could mistakenly think they are yours. Our team of Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Doctors always recommend exercising caution and good judgement.

Is my Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Doctor protected from disciplinary action from the Nevada Board Of Medicine?

Yes, the Nevada Board Of Medicine cannot take disciplinary action against a doctor who recommends the use of cannabis medicine for a patient once a qualifying medical condition has been established.

Does Nevada recognize out of state medical marijuana patients?

Yes, but there are conditions.
The patient has a valid, non-expired medical marijuana card from his/her home state
The patients home state exempts cardholders from criminal prosecution for medical marijuana use.
The law of the non-resident’s home state requires that physicians advise patients that medical marijuana use may help their symptoms as a precondition to the state issuing patients a medical marijuana card
The non-resident’s home state maintains a database through which Nevada authorities may verify his/her card’s validity. (NRS 372A)

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