Hawaii Medical Marijuana Card certifications

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Medical Marijuana Cards in Hawaii

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Fast and Simple Hawaii Medical Marijuana Cards

Do you want to get a Medical Marijuana Card in Hawaii? We make it fast and simple to get your Hawaii Medical Marijuana Card. We are focused on the patient and offer a courteous and confidential service provided by an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN-RX) with prescriptive authority. We have certified many patients and you can read our reviews on Google

 

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I have been living with chronic pain for a long time. CertiCann took the time to listen to my health history, and answer questions, yet they were very fast and efficient with doing my intake appointment. I highly recommend CertiCann.
— Christina Hill
I had an awesome experience getting my medical marijuana card and I’m so happy I chose Ivy to do my certification. She’s super nice and her price is very good. It took less than an hour to do my paperwork and I should be getting my card soon!
— Shandee Sugimura
Ivy is an amazing provider. She made me feel non-judged and she was very understanding. The process was fast and she was very thorough through the entire process. She is very knowledgeable and makes you feel comfortable. I highly recommend her.
— Brian Davis

 

MY PROMISE

We will treat you with respect and dignity.  Your time is valuable so we will work quickly and efficiently to get your Hawaii Medical Marijuana Card.

 

 


About Me

MY NAME IS Ivy

I am an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse working on Oahu and Maui.   I work in Family Medicine where I diagnose and treat patients.  I have certified many patients in Hawaii.


Who Can Get A Card?

There are 12 different conditions that qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card in Hawaii (also called a 329 Card).  The most common conditions that cards are issued for are chronic pain and PTSD (symptoms can include anxiety, insomnia and depression).  If you have a condition that causes chronic pain you will qualify.  See the Department of Health's website here for more information on exactly which conditions are currently accepted.

Can visitors (tourists) to Hawaii be certified?  Yes they can starting on March 5, 2019. The requirements are that the visitor must 1) have a valid medical marijuana card from another state and the condition that the card was issued for must be one of Hawaii’s 12 approved medical conditions, 2) the visitor’s state issued ID (e.g. Drivers License) must be from the same state as the visitor’s medical marijuana card and 3) the visitor must complete the application online at the DOH website.


How Much Does it Cost and How Long Does it Take?

A medical card in Hawaii has two separate fees.  The first fee is $38.50 paid to the State of Hawaii; and the second fee is $150 paid to a person or organization that certifies you.  Most providers charge about the same for initial certifications.  Renewal fees however are not very standardized as some providers charge $150 while CertiCann charges just $100 to renew your card.

Your consultation usually takes 30 minutes.  Once it's completed your application is sent electronically to the Department of Health and you will be issued your medical marijuana card immediately online.  The card is valid for one year.


Misc. Questions

  • Do I need a Hawaii Drivers License or State ID to get certified? No you do not but you do need to have a local address to receive your card at because it's mailed to you.

  • How long does it take to get my card? Cards are no longer mailed and are now issued immediately once you are certified.

Hawaii Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Hawaii currently has seven medical marijuana dispensaries operating on four islands.  Oahu has the most medical marijuana dispensaries with Aloha Green, Noa Botanicals and Cure Oahu. 

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Oahu

Aloha Green was the first medical dispensary to open on Oahu and was later joined by Noa Botanicals and Cure Oahu.  All three dispensaries are in Honolulu with plans to open other locations on Oahu later this year.  Visit Aloha Green, Noa Botanicals or Cure Oahu to purchase your medicine.

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Maui

Maui Grown Therapies was the first medical dispensary to open in Hawaii and is a patient-focused dispensary that has three medical doctors on it's board of directors.  Another medical dispensary on Maui is Pono Life Sciences which is currently building out it's property but is open for business.

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Kauai

Have a Heart is Kauai's first and only medical dispensary.