Oregon Medical Marijuana Card Cost

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How Much Does the Oregon Medical Marijuana Card Cost?

Patients enrolled in the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) get their registry ID cards within 30 days of completing their application. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) issues them a receipt letter upon an initial review of their application. This document is valid for 30 days and serves as a MMJ card within that period. A complete application must include a completed and signed Attending Physician’s Statement provided by a medical provider with primary or specialist care responsibility for the certified patient.

Cost of Physician Consultation

The OMMP accepts Attending Physician’s Statements provided by Oregon-licensed:

  • Doctors of Medicine (MDs)
  • Doctors of Osteopathy (DOs)
  • Physician Associates
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Clinical Nurse Specialists
  • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists
  • Naturopathic Physicians

An Attending Provider can only certify patients diagnosed with qualifying medical conditions recognized by the OMMP. Oregon requires medical cannabis patients to provide signed Attending Physician’s Statements when they are renewing their MMJ applications and cards. While certifying providers do not charge patients for these statements, they will likely charge for the consultations leading to recommending patients for medical cannabis. The cost of such provider visits vary from practice to practice. On average, patients may expect to pay between $100 and $300.

Oregon Medical Marijuana Card Fee

The OMMP charges $200 for each patient application. This fee includes the cost of the medical marijuana card issued to the patient. OMMP’s fee schedule offers reduced fees to certain categories of patients. Patients participating in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) pay $60 while those on Oregon Health Plan (OHP) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) pay $50 and $20 respectively. Veterans also pay $20 for Ohio medical marijuana program registry IDs. Some veterans with high disability ratings qualify for free MMJ cards.

Oregon charges the same fees for renewing its patient medical marijuana card as for the initial application.

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