Utah Med Cards by Lehi and Cedar City’s best QMP’s and Cannabis Experts
Hear ye, hear ye, the new UTAH LAW:
All renewing patients now qualify for 12 month Renewals, still only $185
*all new patients must complete their intake form and be ‘awaiting certification’ in the EVS 24 hours prior to appointment for discount.
May Special for all new patients
*no charge for non qualifying visits
and receive an email with everything you need to know,
OR follow these easy steps to be ready for your med card. New patients receive $225 in BOGO’s via delivery OR in-store (restrictions apply, see our blog for details).
Create Account, choose user ID and Password. In order for you to receive your card you have to create an account with the State.
Make An Appointment in Lehi
Want to make an appointment in Cedar City? Click HERE instead.
Welcome to NMC Utah: A Medicinal Cannabis Clinic
- A Personalized Patient Experience.
- Affordable Access and Education.
- Real Symptom Relief.
Expected Costs of Utah Medical Card with NMC Utah
Returning NMC Utah patients can expect to pay LESS than $200 per year – all in.
New patients can MORE THAN offset their initial office visit charge with new patient discounts on product at participating pharmacies.
Why Choose NMC Utah
A Personalized Patient Experience
We get to know you so we can discuss cannabinoid medicine and your goals for symptom relief.
We budget 30 minutes for each new patient.
Free Canna Counseling
We want our patients be educated and empowered to make good choices from day one.
Everyone new and old receive a Canna counseling with appointment.
Low Renewal Cost
Low appointment cost is a part of our committment to access and symptom relief.
You also don’t get charged unless you qualify.
Renewing Your Utah Med Card
We make renewing your card easy with our video telehealth visits and text reminders. All renewing patients have the option to renew for six months or a year.
Renewal Cost about $200 a year with NMC Utah in 2023
We are celebrating the success of Utah medical cannabis and EVS system improvements in 2023; reduced costs, improved quality, delivery (see our blog), and patient discounts, all of which add up to an improved patient experience.
Pay your state renewal fee
AFTER any appointment, please log back into the EVS, and click the +new button on left of the screen after clicking Tracking Inbox, and your name as in the previous step. Now click the blue Click here to Pay button to enter credit card or payment information. If you don’t get a receipt BEFORE your card expires, please call us when you have internet access and can log into the EVS and so that we can upload your certification. If your card expires, please expect a delay in reinstatment; about a week.
How do I renew my card and how do I know when I need to do something to keep my card active
You’ll also receive an email from the State of Utah’s medical cannabis department when it is time to begin the renewal process. Simply book online with your QMP and you will receive a text message the day of your appointment with the link to connect with your provider. As long as your card is in ‘awaiting certification’ there are no steps for you to complete on the states side. If your card has expired you will need to log into the EVS and get into ‘awaiting certification’. Having issues? No problem, give us a call and we can help walk you through the process.
Renewing Your Card from Another QMP
If you have a valid card from another provider but would like to renew it with NMC Utah? Why wouldn’t you take advantage of our cost effective renewal pricing and personalized care?!? Just complete our intake form above at STEP 1 and be sure you are ‘awaiting certification’ per the renewal section, then book.
Renewal appointments are just $125 for a 6 month renewal or $185 for a year renewal.
If you are a vet or native american, let us know – you get a discount. Just sayin’.
Oops, card expired with another clinic? No problemo. Same prices as above will apply.
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
- Driver’s license or state or federal issued photo ID. Out of state identification is fine, as long as it is valid. You can also use a valid passport.
- For people qualifying with PTSD. The state requires a letter from your therapist stating that you are their patient and that you experience symptoms or have diagnosis of PTSD. Please upload a copy of this letter along with your ID while completing your intake form.
- Ensure all links for intake form and application links in your appointment confirmation email are completed 24 hours prior to your appointment. Please note: All patients must be ‘awaiting certification’ in the Utah EVS prior to their appointment.
- Cash or Credit/Debit Card or Health Saving Account required at the time of your appointment. Sorry, no insurance or Medicaid accepted at this time.
- Utah Medical Cannabis Cards are printed or can be downloaded directly from your patient profile on the Utah EVS (Electronic Verification System), at the conclusion of your visit.
- We will reach out with regular newletter updates so you never have to guess what comes next to keep your card active.
Service & Price
Utah Medical Card Certification
- May Special
Take advantage of our May special! Evaluations are $198
Non-qualifying patients are not charged.
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