Medical Marijuana Card Certification House Calls

Proudly Serving:

Northwest Arkansas, Fort Smith, Hot Springs, and Little Rock,


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$140 Payable at Visit


How It Works

Step 1: Ensure you Qualify

Review the qualifying medical conditions in the 17 Qualifying Conditions section.

Step 1 is obtaining a written record of your qualifying diagnosis. This step is an important step for getting your medical marijuana card fast. 

If you believe you qualify, but do not have record of your qualifying condition, you can become a patient with AR Concierge M.D. and schedule a concierge exam for a physician to evaluate your fitness for medical cannabis therapy. Click here to learn more.

Step 2: Complete the Patient Information Form

Once you've obtained your records, go to Get Certified and fill out the appointment application form.

In this step you will be able to upload a photo of your qualifying condition. You can exclude or obscure the private patient information, as your records will be confirmed at the appointment.


If you need a doctor to confirm your qualifying condition, click here to learn more.

Step 3: Schedule Your Home Visit

Once you've submitted your patient information form with your qualifying condition, you will receive a phone call within one business day to schedule an appointment.

Visits can be done at your home, business, or anywhere within safe reason. Company vehicles are unmarked and the entire visit is done professionally, with your privacy and confidentiality in mind.

If you filled out the new patient intake form, you will receive a phone call within one business day to make an appointment for a physician to verify your qualifying condition, before proceeding to scheduling your medical marijuana card certification appointment.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are cannabinoids?

A: Cannabinoids act as neurotransmitters that participate in a diverse array of functions in the body. These functions are mediated by cannabinoid receptors that are present throughout multiple cell types and organ systems in the body.


This is why cannabis has such wide ranging effects. THC and CBD are the two most active cannabinoids in marijuana. The main difference between these structurally related organic compounds is that THC has a psychoactive component, whereas CBD does not have any psychoactive properties.

Q: What are the side effects of medical cannabis?


  • Delayed reaction time

  • Impaired Cognition

  • Decreased performance on short-term memory function tests

  • Worsening of Chronic Bronchitis (if inhaled through smoke)

  • Decreased visuospatial discrimination

  • Paranoia

  • Dry mouth

  • Red eyes

  • Nausea

  • Increased appetite

  • Possible worsening of depression

  • Somnolence (sleepiness)

Q: What is the cost of a Medical Marijuana Certification House Call?

A: The consultation is currently $140. After you have a doctor approved Certification, $50 is the processing fee paid to the State of AR to issue your cannabis card for use at dispensaries.

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Legal Disclaimer

The purpose of this page is to provide information only. By no means is this site intended to diagnose or treat any illness. As with all medications and treatments, there are risks and benefits. The use of medical marijuana is no exception. Please take your personal medical history into consideration before making a shared decision in consultation with a medical doctor. Users of medical marijuana assume all of the personal medical and legal liability in the use of this product. The service that is provided by Concierge Clinics or Arkansas is to assist in certifying patients for responsible medical marijuana use. Concierge Clinics of Arkansas does not distribute any THC or CBD containing products, nor do we have any affiliation with any dispensaries of marijuana/cannabis products.