Arizona Medical Marijuana Card
We focus our service on compassion and respect for patient privacy. We understand that some patients are reluctant to try Medical Marijuana as an alternative to traditional medications. However, countless patients have found the use of Medical Marijuana effective as a therapeutic drug for cancer treatment, chronic pain treatment and other medical conditions. For people suffering from glaucoma, Marijuana has been proven to reduce intraocular pressure along with other Medical Marijuana benefits.
Our Arizona State Licensed MMJ Doctors will review your medical records for a “FREE Pre-Qualification”. Only qualified patients with specific conditions can obtain a medical marijuana certification if approved for the legal use of Medical Marijuana in Arizona.
Get pre-qualified for free. Start here to complete the necessary online forms, and upon your submission our doctors will review your medical records to confirm you qualify.
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Arizona Medical Marijuana Certification Center
Welcome to the Arizona Medical Marijuana Certification Center (AZMMCC).
The Arizona Medical Marijuana Certification Center is a professional Medical Marijuana clinic throughout the valley of the sun. The AZ Medical Marijuana Certification Center was created to provide qualified patients in Arizona with physician certifications for the use of Medical Marijuana. This certification is required in order to obtain a valid Medical Marijuana Card from the State of Arizona.*
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Arizona Medical Marijuana Certification Center (AZMMCC.com)
Our fully licensed Arizona Medical Marijuana doctors conduct their legal and ethical duties in full compliance with Arizona Medical Marijuana Certification guidelines.
We staff our Medical Marijuana Center with experienced and compassionate doctors, medical staff, attorneys and other support personnel who assist people just like you with Medical Marijuana information in full compliance with the State of Arizona Medical Marijuana Laws.
Our Main Office is Located in Scottsdale Arizona, with offices in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Glendale, Tucson, Cottonwood, Flagstaff and Prescott Valley Arizona. Arizona Medical Marijuana Clinics is home to a friendly staff of Arizona Board Certified Doctors offering medical evaluations for those seeking medical marijuana cards. Arizona Medical Marijuana Clinics welcomes patients 5 days a week and accepts cash, money orders or credit cards. Call to schedule a visit with our friendly Marijuana Doctors in Scottsdale Phoenix, Glendale, Tucson, Cottonwood, Flagstaff and Prescott Valley Arizona.
Our Focus is on Compassion
The primary mission of the Arizona Medical Marijuana Certification Center (AZMMCC) is to provide the certification necessary for qualified people to obtain Medical Marijuana under the State of Arizona Medical Marijuana Laws.
Patients who qualify for their Medical Marijuana Card with the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act after doctor review will receive a signed State Certification Form, Patient Attestation Form, Photo Taken and their Az Drivers Licence copied in the correct format to upload the application to the State of Arizona. Your Arizona Medical Marijuana Card will be mailed to you within 10 of submitting your application.
Arizona Medical Marijuana Program
* Medical Marijuana became a legal treatment for Arizona residents in November 2010. Acceptable terminology for the treatment includes “Medical Marihuana” or “Medical Cannabis”