How do we work?
Three Simple Steps
Fill out our pre-application form
Simply fill out the basic information, check all the boxes, upload your medical records, and you’re all set.
Book your online appointment
In just 10 - 15 minutes one of our nurses will qualify you for your new ID card during the online consultation!
Select a question below and you can always contact us if you need to!
Yes. All of our services comply with all applicable state laws. All recommendations are approved by licensed Nurse Practitioners with registered DEA certificates. Our Telemedicine services follow all protocols developed under the each states Board of Licensure and the applicable MMMP rules regarding a bonafide provider/patient relationship and treatment plan.
State residents over the age of 18 with certain health conditions can qualify for a Medical Marijuana recommendation from one of our physicians/nurses.
It is at the sole discretion of the physician. If the evaluating physician determines that the patients symptoms can be helped by cannabis then it is recommended and the patient can legally be allowed to purchase, possess, and cultivate Medical Marijuana.
It is at the sole discretion of the nurse. If the evaluating nurse determines that the patients symptoms can be helped by cannabis then it is recommended and the patient can legally be allowed to purchase, possess, and cultivate Medical Marijuana.
- Chronic pain
- Neck or back pain
- Acute pain
- Spinal cord injury
- Positive status for HIV or AIDS
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- Opioid replacement
- Central nervous system issues
- TMJ disorder
- Ulcerative colitis
- Multiple sclerosis
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Parkinson’s disease
Certain states have removed the list of qualifying conditions, however, please check with your state law for clarity
CheapMedCards will evaluate and determine eligibility before issuing.
A physician or nurse practitioner’s evaluation varies per state.
New York costs: $119
Maine costs: $59
If you are not approved, you will receive a full refund.