1. You must have a virtual or in-office visit with an Ohio state-certified doctor. Schedule a telemedicine appointment (using a cell phone, computer or tablet) or an in-office appointment with Ohio Cannabis Connection for your evaluation with one of our certified doctors. Email your Ohio driver's license or State ID and medical records, if available to you, showing your qualifying condition or have them faxed to our office before your appointment. If you are having your appointment by cell phone or computer (telemedicine), we will help you step-by-step with the process. If you prefer to come to the office, you can bring your ID and documentation. Once the doctor completes your evaluation, we will register you that same day to receive your Ohio marijuana card from the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy. You will be able to go to an Ohio dispensary within hours of your appointment.
2. We will complete the registration process for you on the day of your visit. The State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy will then email your Ohio Medical Marijuana Registry ID card to you. You will be required to pay the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy a fee of $50 ($25 for veterans, SSI, SSDI) to activate your card. Once you have done this, you can download and print your Patient Registry Identification Card issued by the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy. Ohio Cannabis Connection will help you through the process of obtaining your cannabis card with ease. We also make hard card versions of your dispensary ID card, which will be mailed to you once you pay your state fee.
3. With your ID card, you can purchase Medical Marijuana at any Dispensary located in Ohio. Your Patient Registry ID card will expire in one year from the date issued. Ohio Cannabis Connection will renew your card 30 days prior to your expiration date. You can do your visit via cell phone, computer or tablet or visit any of our locations for your Ohio marijuana card renewal. Telemedicine is also available for new patients as well as renewals throughout the entire state of Ohio.
Certified doctors are able to write recommendations for a State of Ohio Marijuana Card.
New patient evaluations only