Missouri‘s Premier Medical Marijuana Certification center
Why Choose MMjCCC?
We are discrete.
Most certification centers have a big marijuana leaf on their door. At MMjCCC you go to a medical clinic without a Medical Marijuana sign.
We don’t require cash and allow a single payment.
Most certification centers ask for cash for the certification fees and use your card to process your application. At MMjCCC we allow you to make one credit card payment and we handle the rest.
We bill discreetly.
Our invoices and charges have medical terminology, not cannabis terminology.
We hand hold you through the process.
From registering for the DHS portal to submission of the application, we help you the whole way. We submit the application for you and make it a quick and easy process. Our receptionists strive to make the process as easy and smooth as possible.
We will print and mail your card upon request.
We offer a professional and friendly environment in order to best aid you in your pursuit for medical marijuana.
We are experts at getting you certified.
Lately, our patients have been receiving their card the day after it is submitted.
We have certification doctors throughout the state.
You can experience our quality experience wherever you live in Missouri. You can often get same day appointments in any of our 13 convenient locations.
We help you with your records.
We have an online records release form that, once completed, will be sent to your doctor’s office to obtain adequate records for certification.
If our doctor doesn’t certify you, we don’t charge you. The doctor is a gatekeeper for the Missouri State Medical Marijuana program, and we have never had a known case where a patient has not received a card after our doctor qualified them.
Medical marijuana is one of the safest medications available. Period. There has not been a single death recorded from an overdose of cannabis. If our doctor does not believe it is a good idea for you medically, they will tell you. Most of the few significant negative events with cannabis involve untreated or latent schizophrenia. Chronic use of cannabis causes no organ damage, and it has been shown that, in adults, the cognitive effects sometimes associated with chronic cannabis use dissipate when cannabis intake is discontinued. This is in contrast to even acetaminophen, which causes thousands of hospitalizations and kills hundreds of Americans every year. (Statistics)
So just imagine walking into our discreet medical office, visiting with our kind and knowledgeable doctor, resting assured that you will either be qualified to receive your card, or you will not be charged a penny. And with your card you will be able to reduce your use of addictive and harmful medications and get relief.
WE FOLLOW THE RULES
SCHEDULE A MEDICAL MARIJUANA APPOINTMENT WITH A MISSOURI DOCTOR
We are a leading innovator in the medical marijuana community of Missouri and in the U.S.
Our caring dedicated support team connects patients with compassionate, licensed medical marijuana providers.
You can call us to schedule your appointment:
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Step 1: Gather proof of a Medical Marijuana
approved Qualifying Condition
Missouri requires that patients prove that they have one of the following medical conditions to qualify for a Medical Marijuana card. This proof can be medical records from another healthcare provider, or if it is very obvious and could be seen over a webcam, such as a missing limb, that is enough proof.
Missouri Qualifying Conditions List:
Apart from being over 21 years old and -being a legal resident of Missouri, another prerequisite to in applying for a medical cannabidiol card is being diagnosed with one of the following qualifying conditions:
- Cancer (if the illness or its treatment causes severe or chronic pain, nausea or severe vomiting, cachexia or severe wasting)
- Crohn’s disease
- Untreatable pain (this refers to any pain with a cause that cannot be removed and the full range of full range of pain management modalities appropriate for the patient has been used without adequate result or with intolerable side effects)
- Multiple Sclerosis with severe and persistent muscle spasms
- AIDS or HIV (as defined in Missouri Code, section 141A.1)
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- Parkinson’s disease
- Any terminal illness with a probable life expectancy of under one year (if the illness or its treatment produces one or more of the following: severe or chronic pain, nausea or severe vomiting, cachexia or severe wasting)
- Ulcerative colitis
- Severe, intractable pediatric autism with self-injurious or aggressive behavior
- Corticobasal Degeneration
If you already have medical records, or a condition that could be plainly seen on a camera during a remote visit, you can go to step 2.
If you do not currently have access to records proving that you have a qualifying medical condition, you may need to order copies. Fortunately, we make this easy with our medical records form.
If you have a qualifying condition that the doctor can plainly see during the telemedicine visit, records may not be required.
Step 2: Schedule The Appointment
If you have medical records, or you are sure you will have them by your preferred appointment time, you can schedule your appointment by calling us or scheduling here:
To schedule your appointment, click HERE.
Step 3: Complete your
You will have received an email confirming your appointment with the link to the Telemedicine Portal that you will use at the time of your visit.
From here, you can wait for us to call and confirm or complete the intake form ahead of time.
Call us if you have any questions!