• Phone 314-481-5000
  • info@momjmd.com
  • 5203 Chippewa St #301 St. Louis, MO 63109


Patient Information –
Since medical marijuana is new to Missouri, there are several steps that you need to complete before you are eligible to legally acquire your medicinal marijuana from a licensed dispensary. It may take some time to get your medical condition approved for treatment using cannabis, so the earlier you start the process, the sooner you can get the medical marijuana help you deserve.

Missouri General Requirements:
• Must be 18 years or older and a legal resident of Missouri.
• If you require a Primary Caregiver, that person must be at least 21 years of age and must be designated on your application for a Medical Marijuana Identification Card.
• Must be evaluated in-person by a state-licensed physician (not a nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant).
• Must be diagnosed with one or more of the Qualifying Conditions and obtain a physician certification. – Click here to see a list of qualifying medical conditions.

Pre-visit Requirements
Patients must be 21 years of age.
Patients must be a legal resident of Missouri, with a valid driver’s license or state-issued ID card.
• Please read through the list of Missouri Qualifying Conditions and bring all information that supports your diagnosis. Arrival at the appointment without past medical records showing proof of a Missouri qualifying condition will result in your appointment being cancelled and a $100 fee.
• All patients must bring their medical records from their health care provider(s) or complete a medical records authorization and pay their fee to the clinic so that we may obtain medical records on your behalf.

Appointment FAQs
• We suggest that you arrive to your appointment 15 minutes before the appointment time; you can expect to be in the clinic for approximately 45 to 90 minutes.
• Rescheduling appointments 24 hours in advance is free. Rescheduling appointments with less than 24-hour notice or failing to show for an appointment will result in a $100 fee.
• As per DHSS, Patient Certifications are being issued as of June 4, 2019.
• A Compassionate Discount is extended to Military Veterans (Compassionate Discount price of $175 requires a valid military ID at the time of the certifying appointment)

How to Apply
Apply for a Medical Marijuana Identification Card from Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Application fees are $25 to acquire a Medical Marijuana I.D. card. A primary caregiver may also apply for a fee of $25, and can be designated for up to three patients. Patients may have up to six flowering plants if they pay $100 for a patient cultivation card.

Once your application is approved and you receive your Medical Marijuana I.D. card, you can purchase Medical Marijuana from a state-licensed dispensary. Applications will be approved or denied within 30 days.

The Physician Certification is valid within the previous 30 days of the application. Applications for Identification Cards are being accepted as of July 4, 2019.

Patient Costs
Certifying exam costs are $300 for the initial exam, and the annual renewal fee is $150. Keep in mind that the certifying exam and the comprehensive care and documentation are not the same. Certifying exam costs cannot be billed to insurance.

Comprehensive care and documentation may require blood or urine testing, other diagnostic testing, review of medical records, an in-person physical exam, or a telemedicine exam and history. Comprehensive care and documentation may be billed to insurance. The best way to receive comprehensive care while using medical cannabis is to establish a relationship with a Missouri medical marijuana doctor.

Medical Marijuana Identification Card from the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services application fees are $25 (approved payment methods are to be determined; the amount may change).

First Time: $300
Follow Up: $0
Renewal: $150
Discount Price: $175
Booking Fee: $0
Length: 15 min
Insurance Accepted: No

Keep in mind that recreational or casual marijuana use is strictly prohibited and is disqualifying.