Oregon Medical Marijuana CardsHelping you get your medical marijuana card every step of the way

1Apply Below

Complete the application below, you will then be directed to a medical records release form, this important step will allow us to start working on your application.

2Physician Review

Once your deposit is made and your appointment set, your records will go into an advanced review with our physician to determine your eligibility.

3Get Your Card

Attend your scheduled appointment for the completion of your state application, then simply mail the application to the state and your card will be mailed to you.

Renew your OMMP card


Your medical marijuana card will only be valid for 1 year. To renew your card you must schedule a follow up visit with our doctor BEFORE YOUR CARD EXPIRES. This is very important! If you are caught growing or possessing marijuana with an expired card you will be charged with the full extent of the law. It is very smart to schedule your follow up appointment at the same time as your initial appointment. We will send you a reminder 1 month, 2 weeks, and the day before your appointment so you have plenty of time to make arrangements or reschedule.

Schedule renewal appointment!




(1) A patient shall register on an annual basis to maintain active registration status by submitting a renewal application prescribed by the Authority. A renewal application shall be submitted by mail or in person at the OMMP office.

(2) Between 60 to 90 calendar days prior to expiration, the Authority shall mail to the patient's address of record, a letter notifying the patient of the upcoming expiration date, along with a renewal application.

(3) In addition to completing the renewal application, the patient must submit, prior to the expiration of the registry identification card:

(A) Written documentation, signed by the patient's attending physician within 90 days prior to the expiration date of the patient's current card, reconfirming the patient's debilitating medical condition and that the medical use of marijuana mitigates the symptoms of the patient's debilitating medical condition; and (B) The information and fee required in OAR 333-008-0020(1) (a), (b), (d) and (e).

(4) If the renewal information is not received by the expiration date on the registry identification card, the patient's registry identification card and all other associated OMMP cards, if any, will be deemed expired. The expiration date may be extended, due to personal hardship, at the discretion of the Authority. If a person fails to apply for renewal within the time period specified in this rule, that person must submit a new application.



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Basic Qualifications
Are you 18 or older?
Do you have a valid ID?
Qualifying Medical Condition
Must have been diagnosed by an MD with corresponding medical records (REQUIRED).
Severe Pain  
Nausea  
Muscle spasms
PTSD  
Cachexia  
Cancer  
Glaucoma  
HIV+/AIDS  
Seizures  
Alzheimer's
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