Get a marijuana card online in Utah
Get your UT marijuana card
Do you want to get a Utah medical card? You’ve come to the right place! Heally’s HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform connects you with licensed doctors so you can get certified for medical marijuana in just 15 minutes. You’re only one appointment away from your Utah medical marijuana card. Start your MMJ certification today.
How to get a medical marijuana card in Utah
Heally offers the fastest and simplest way to get an MMJ card in Utah. Our easy-to-use application helps patients schedule doctor appointments at any time of their convenience. You can connect with a licensed doctor and get approved for medical marijuana in minutes. See an an overview of how we make the certification process quick and easy:
Check your qualifying conditions in UtahScan through the list of qualifying health conditions for medical marijuana below.
Register with Heally to apply for cannabis cardSign up for a free Heally account and fill out our intake form to start your MMJ certification process.
Connect with cannabis doctorSchedule an appointment with a licensed marijuana doctor.
Get Your MMJ Card in UtahOnce approved, the doctor will send your certificate to the State. Enjoy your new Utah medical marijuana card!
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How does Heally help get MMIC in Utah
Are you wondering how Heally’s MMJ certification process works? After you sign up for a free account on our website, we’ll connect you with a doctor certified by the Utah Board of Medicine.
During your appointment, the doctor will review your health and certify you for medical marijuana. In addition to MMJ certification, Heally can also help you renew your Utah medical marijuana card.
Qualifying conditions for getting MMJ card in Utah
To obtain a medical card in Utah, patients must qualify under state-specified conditions. Patients can become eligible for medical marijuana if they are diagnosed with at least one of the following conditions:
- HIV or AIDS
- Terminal illness or hospice care
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- Multiple sclerosis or debilitating muscle spasms
- Persistent nausea
- Epilepsy or debilitating seizures
- A rare disease that does not respond to conventional treatments
- Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Pain lasting longer than two weeks
- Epilepsy or debilitating seizures
If a patient does not have a qualifying condition specifically named in the law, they may petition the Compassionate Use Board (CUB) for approval of their MMJ card.
State process for obtaining marijuana card in Utah
Note - if you have already seen a Heally physician, jump to step 5.
- Create your Utah ID Account (if you don’t already have one).
- Go here https://id.utah.gov/ and click “Create an Account.”
- Enter and validate your email address, then verify your email address by receiving an email from the Utah government.
- Enter your name and username then create a password.
- Create a profile in Utah’s Electronic Verification System.
- Click the big blue button inviting you to access the EVS.
- Click “Patient Registrations.”
- Fill out the fields and click Register.
- Click the link in the popup once you’ve completed.
- In the top left, hover over the “Tracking Inbox”, then move your mouse to “Patient” and then to “New Patient” and click on “New Patient.”
- Complete the application for a new patient. Parents/guardians need to select that they are applying on behalf of my minor child at this point.
- Don’t fill out any fields marked official use.
- Once submitted, your status at the top of the page will change to “Awaiting Certification” at the top of the screen.
- Once this is done, the Heally physician can go onto the system and upload your certification.
- Log back in and pay once the certification has been submitted. The state will review your application.
- Once the state has approved your Utah medical marijuana card, your status will change to “Active”.
- Log back in and click the “Print Card” option in your patient dashboard. You can save the document and print it out to buy your medical marijuana at a licensed dispensary.
Not sure if you qualify? Don't worry, if the doctor does
not approve you, you will get your money back.
How Long Does it Take to Get My UT Medical Card?
It can take 15 days for you to receive your MMJ card from the State.
How Much Does it Cost to Get a Utah Medical Marijuana Card?
Your MMJ card will cost $199. You will pay only if your doctor certifies you for medical marijuana.
Can I Apply for My Medical Card Online in Utah?
Yes. After you get your marijuana certification from the doctor, you can apply online to the State of Utah to get your medical card.
Can I Renew My Medical Marijuana Card Online?
Yes. All renewals can be completed online and through Heally. To create an account with Heally, click here.
Can I Use a Medical Marijuana Card from Another State in Utah?
How Often Do I Need to Renew My Medical Marijuana Card in Utah?
Your UT medical card is valid for the first 90 days after issuance, and then must be renewed every six months.
What to Do After You Receive Your Utah Cannabis Card
Utah is a state full of diverse nature, agriculture, historical towns, and much more. Some of the state’s most renowned locations include the natural wonders of the Zion, Arches, and Bryce Canyon National Parks. These parks offer a wide variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing, biking, rock climbing, camping, and so much more.
If you’re looking for a more city-based experience, Utah has that too! Salt Lake City is home to dozens of historical sites and attractions, as well as some amazing brewery and dining locations! Whether you want to explore the city or embark on an adventure in the outdoors, Utah is the place for you.
Salt Lake City
Whether you’re looking to learn how to ski, want to enjoy the outdoors, or know more about the city’s rich jazz history, Salt Lake City has it all. Explore this outstanding location that is rich in culture and beauty by visiting its world-renowned food, beer, and chocolate destinations. While you’re there, grab your Utah medical marijuana card and stop by two wonderful pharmacies – The Beehive and Utah’s first-ever medical marijuana pharmacy, The Dragonfly.
Explore the heart of the Utah Valley in Provo! With tons of beautiful outdoors surrounding the city, Provo is the ideal destination if you’d like to take part in town festivities as well as explore Utah’s stunning outdoors. Some of the most popular spots in the city include Provo Canyon, Downtown Provo, and the Sundance Mountain Resort. If you’re interested in visiting a dispensary in Provo, we know the place for you! Deseret Wellness is a highly rated dispensary located right in the center of Provo. Make sure to take full advantage of your Utah medical card and give it a visit when you’re there! To learn more about places to visit in Provo, click here.
Not far from one of the world’s most beautiful natural wonders, Zion National Park, St. George is a town full of history and life. Explore the historic downtown of St. George as well as the Kayenta Art Village, to get a glimpse of this charming town. Make sure to stop by the highly-rated Bloc Dispensary located right in the heart of St. George!
Marijuana laws in Utah
The State of Utah legalized the use and possession of medical marijuana in 2018. However, the use and possession of marijuana for recreational purposes is still illegal in the State. At the moment, qualifying individuals can possess up to 20 grams of THC product which is equivalent to around four grams of marijuana flower.
Patients who have a Utah medical marijuana card can get cannabis products in the form of a tablet, capsule, oil, liquid suspension, gelatinous cube, flower, wax, and resin. Note that edibles coated in sugar still remain illegal in Utah. Utah allows all forms of marijuana including flowers, edibles, and tinctures.
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State-by-State Age Requirements for Medical Cannabis
Not sure if you meet the age requirement for Utah or any other state? Find out for sure here.
This information was reviewed by Dr. Krasne
Dr. Benjamin Krasne is a board-certified anesthesiologist. After attending the University of Florida, Dr. Ben matriculated to the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Dr. Krasne completed his residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital in 2017. Since graduating residency Dr. Krasne has worked throughout the United States as a traveling anesthesiologist while providing remote driven out-patient clinical services as well.Last update: 05/17/2023