Marijuana doctor evaluation
We complete your packet
Download approval letter
Receive state issued card
We have locations in Las Vegas and Reno.
- 700 E. Naples Dr. #104 Las Vegas, NV 89119.
- 218 N. Arlington Avenue Reno, NV 89501.
You don’t pay until you are approved! We accept cash, debit or credit card.
Nevada Medical Marijuana Card Laws
As of April 1, 2017
What you should know about Nevada’s recreational marijuana laws
- After Jan. 1, adults 21 and older can possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis, or one-eighth of an ounce of cannabis concentrate.
- The Taxation Department has crafted regulations for businesses to start selling by July 1st .
- Although cannabis in Nevada will be legal, smoking or consuming it in public will remain outlawed, punishable by a fine of up to $600.
- Clark County will have up to 80 recreational stores and Washoe up to 20, according to the legislation. All other Nevada counties, including Nye, will be allowed up to two.
- Medical marijuana dispensaries operating now will have first dibs on those retail licenses.
- Driving while high is and will continue to be a crime. The marijuana DUI law is not affected by Question 2’s passing. That law states that it’s illegal to drive with certain levels of marijuana in a driver’s system.
- Companies will still be able to drug-test employees for marijuana, and terminate them for failed tests.
Nevada Medical Marijuana Card
You must have one of the following qualifying conditions in order to become a legal medical marijuana patient in Nevada and receive protections under the NRS 453A;
- AIDS, Cancer, Glaucoma, Epilepsy (seizures), Multiple Sclerosis (spasms), Chronic Pain, Nausea, PTSD or any other debilitating medical condition.
Currently, patients are allowed to purchase up to 2.5 ounces every (14) fourteen days and can have (1) one ounce in their possession at all times.
Telemedicine in Nevada for marijuana doctors
Telehealth (previously called telemedicine) is seen as a tool in medical practice, not a separate form of medicine. There are no legal prohibitions to using technology in the practice of medicine, as long as the practice is done by a Nevada licensed physician. Telehealth is not a telephone conversation, email/instant messaging conversation, or fax; it typically involves real-time, two-way interaction, similar to an office visit but with the patient and provider communicating through a live stream from different locations. (Assembly Bill 292, Chapter 153, Statutes of Nevada).
The evaluation and the recommendation are the same as you would receive from our cannabis cards office. We follow all medical board of Nevada procedures. http://medboard.nv.gov/