Patient Faqs

In Oklahoma, an initial consultation for a medical marijuana patient license costs $120. For renewals, the fee drops to $80. These fees cover the appointments and guidance through the certification process.

Absolutely. Veterans are entitled to access medical marijuana like any other Oklahoma resident. At EZMEDCARD, we are honored to assist our veterans in navigating the medical marijuana certification process and addressing their health needs.
Yes. Children (under the age of 18) can become medical marijuana patients in Oklahoma. However, the child must have a parent or guardian register as their caregiver.
Unfortunately, insurance companies in Oklahoma do not cover expenses related to medical marijuana due to inconsistencies with federal law.
Once certified, you can buy medical marijuana from any licensed dispensary across Oklahoma. Your Oklahoma card may also be accepted in other states with medical marijuana reciprocity, like Arkansas. Always check local regulations before making any purchases outside Oklahoma.

In Oklahoma, a qualified patient can have:

  • Up to 3 ounces of marijuana on them.
  • A maximum of 1 ounce of concentrates and 72 ounces of edibles.
  • Up to 8 ounces of cannabis at their home.
Yes, in Oklahoma, even if you are a registered medical marijuana patient, employers can still conduct marijuana drug screenings. Since Oklahoma is an at-will employment state with no specific legislation protecting medical marijuana patients in the workplace, cardholders might face disciplinary actions based on drug test results. It’s essential to understand your employer’s policies on drug testing and medical marijuana use before proceeding with the certification process.

To obtain your Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card, you’ll first need certification from a qualified healthcare provider. EZMEDCARD is here to streamline this process for you:

  • Schedule Your Appointment: Simply fill out the form on our “Book Your Appointment Online” page, and we’ll help you arrange a consultation with a licensed physician specializing in medical marijuana evaluations.
  • Consultation with Our Medical Provider: During your appointment, our experienced medical provider will assess your eligibility and guide you through the necessary steps to obtain your Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card.

Yes, several states recognize Oklahoma medical marijuana cards. However, regulations differ by state. If you plan to use your Oklahoma card outside of the state, reaching out to a trusted dispensary in your destination state is wise for guidance.

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