Medical Marijuana Certifications
BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT ONLINE NOW
What medical conditions will qualify
you for a medical marijuana card?
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
Hepatitis CAmyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Agitation of Alzheimer's disease
A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or the treatment for a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition that causes: Cachexia or wasting syndrome; Severe and chronic pain; Severe nausea; Seizures, including those characteristic of epilepsy; Severe or persistent muscle spasms, including those characteristic of multiple sclerosis
Bring your current medical records (diagnosis within the last 12 months) with you at time of appointment or walk-in.
If you do not have current medical records (diagnosis within the last 12 months) or have not been seen in the last 12 months we can offer an Evaluation for you which requires an additional fee and additional appointment.
$249 New or Renewal Certifications
(Includes State and Filing Fee)
$174 If you have SNAP food stamps
(SNAP card needs to have your name imprinted on it or award letter needs to have current name and date)
(Includes State and Filing Fee)
$50 Evaluation Fee
If you do not have current medical records bring what records you do have with you for our doctor to review and diagnose your condition. You will have a follow-up appointment with another doctor at a later date for your certification. Price becomes $299 including both fees and both appointments.
UNDER 18 YEAR OLD APPOINTMENTS
Patient MUST have current medical records with diagnosis and proper ID
2 doctor appointments required ($99 each, appointments are separate days)
caregiver needed ($200 fee)
State Fee ($150)
$35.00 Processing/Filing Fee
If you are bringing a signed certification form from another office, please make sure it is filled out entirely and it is the most current ASDHS form
$25 Cannabis Consultations
A separate 30-minute consultation with a Cannabis Consultant to discuss your medicine and how to use it safely. A brief overview of cannabis and it's applications. Q&A included.
For those who cannot leave their home or health care facility we will bring a doctor to see you.
Simply email us with your medical records and address where we will be seeing the patient and we'll get back to you as soon as our doctor reviews them. Price varies according to distance we travel to you.
Do you need help getting your medical records?
Click and download our records release form here.
You will need to email or fax this signed form to your provider, or bring it back to us and we'll fax it to them and once we receive your records we will call you for your appointment!
Haven't received your medical card and it's been over 2 weeks?
Call the State of Arizona to find out.
602-364-1793, press #9
What patients are saying about us...
“Tumble Weeds Heath Center is a Remarkable Place. One feels immediately Very Welcome when entering. Owners Dana & Kim are incredibly Warm and Sincere as they offer services including: finding & organizing qualified doctors at a reasonable cost to patients. providing education in many forms from 1 To 1 sessions (often spontaneously) to group lecture/demonstrations ,to mention only a few. I rate it very high on my good life experiences list , for sure. Santford”
“I was nervous before my appointment with the Tumbleweeds Health Center, but the moment I walked in the door and was warmly greeted, my anxiety vanished. Thank you, THC, for seeing me earlier than scheduled and the very professional service I received. I highly recommend Tumbleweeds Health Center.”
“My experience with Tumbleweeds Health Center was very positive. Scheduling the appointment was extremely simple on their website. The staff was patient and helpful to everyone who walked in and the doctor was also very kind and thorough. Tumbleweeds processed all the paperwork for my renewal in a timely manner and at a great price!”
“It was nice finding a Doctor that really listened and cared.A Doctor I can ask questions that I can not ask my primary care physician.”