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What is a medical marijuana evaluation in WV?


Let's get back to the basics. What is a medical marijuana evaluation and how do you get one in West Virginia?


Good question! We use this term all the time and it is at the core of our business. In this blog, we are going to get into the details about what a medical marijuana evaluation is and how you can get one with us.


At West Virginia Marijuana Card, we not only want to be your go-to medical marijuana card provider but we also want to give you all the info that you need to have the best health and wellness plan for yourself. With the COVID-19 pandemic, health and wellness are more important than ever.


After reading today’s blog, you will be totally prepared to take the next step in order to take control of your health in the best possible way!


What is a medical marijuana evaluation?

In order to get medical marijuana in West Virginia, you first need to have a medical marijuana evaluation. So what is medical marijuana evaluation anyways?


Let’s go over the entire process! Once you decide that you are interested in getting your medical marijuana card with us, you can either schedule an appointment online or you can give us a call to schedule an appointment at (877) 303-8424.


When you make an appointment with West Virginia Marijuana Card, what you are doing is scheduling a medical marijuana evaluation. This is basically like an easy interview to see if you qualify to get your medical marijuana card in the state.


West Virginia, like many states, has a specific list of medical conditions that a person needs to be diagnosed with in order to qualify for medical marijuana treatment. So when you come to your evaluation, our certified doctors will be reviewing your medical history and making sure that you have a diagnosis of a qualifying condition.


Here is a list of the conditions that qualify for medical marijuana treatment in West Virginia:


Whichever condition you have of the list above will be what is discussed in your medical marijuana evaluation. The evaluation is not super long and usually lasts around 30 minutes.


There is no reason to be worried or stressed about your evaluation. If for some reason our doctor cannot confirm your condition, we will provide guidance for you on what you will need to qualify and ultimately refund your appointment cost if not approved.


There is some exciting news on the horizon that could open the door for more qualifying conditions in West Virginia! West Virginia may become what we call an “all conditions” state. This means that any and all medical conditions could qualify you for medical marijuana treatment. This is great because it makes the program more inclusive to many different conditions that people are suffering with!


The state medical cannabis advisory board met to discuss expanding the program and we will know soon if all conditions are approved or not.


How do I get my medical marijuana card?

So now that you have booked and attended your evaluation, here are the next steps.


The doctor's signed certification, with the aid of our physician support staff, will then be used as the official identification document for qualifying patients to utilize medical marijuana treatment.


After this, you will be able to access any dispensary in the state once they are open!


Don’t wait another day for the relief that you deserve.



Doctors Who Care. Relief You Can Trust.


West Virginia Marijuana Card’s mission is to help everyone achieve wellness safely and conveniently through increased access to medical marijuana. Our focus on education, inclusion, and acceptance will reduce stigma for our patients by providing equal access to timely information and compassionate care.


If you have any questions, call us at 877-303-8424, or simply book a medical marijuana evaluation to start getting relief you can trust today!


Check out West Virginia Marijuana Card’s Blog to keep up to date on the latest medical marijuana news, tips, and information. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to join the medical marijuana conversation in West Virginia.