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Utah Medical Marijuana Clinic & Doctors

Our medical marijuana clinic can help you find alternatives to your prescription medications for pain management and other qualifying conditions. See if you qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card with a free phone consultation with Tim Pickett, a qualified Medical Marijuana Card provider in Salt Lake City, UT. Call 801-851-5554 now, or reserve an appointment.

How Do I Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Utah?

If you are curious about becoming a patient and being evaluated for a medical marijuana card, there are a few key details you should consider:

Choose a Medical Marijuana Doctor That Specializes

Does your provider use best practice guidelines and provide education on medical cannabis delivery methods (oral, vape, flower, oils) and dosing (how much and how often)? Or are they going to give you a recommendation and let you figure it out on your own?

If they don’t provide dosing then you are required to visit with a pharmacist or another doctor. Anyone who wants more information on the science behind cannabis as medicine and ratios of CBD to THC needs expert guidance. You deserve to have safe and informative access to medical marijuana. We sincerely believe this and will be happy to guide you.

Utah Medical Marijuana Clinic Costs

Our new patient clinic visit fee is $250. We prequalify all patients with a free phone consultation before the in-person evaluation. Insurance will not pay for a new patient medical marijuana evaluation. If your situation requires Compassionate Use Board approval, there are additional work-related charges for the application. This is not common.

Patients can use a Visa, MasterCard, and usually HSA funds to pay for the medical evaluation and recommendation.

What Does a Medical Marijuana Evaluation Involve?

At the visit, we will discuss your condition and the benefits and risks of using cannabis to help. If qualified, you will receive a letter, signed by one of our qualified Medical Marijuana Card providers, that will allow you to legally purchase and use cannabis for your condition.

After the visit, we will guide you through the EVS process to get a Utah Medical Marijuana Card.

Often, Providers at Our Utah Clinic Can See You the Same Day

We are here for you. Reserve an appointment below or call us at (801)851-5554 for your free phone consultation to see if you qualify for a Utah Medical Marijuana Card. It only takes a few minutes to start your journey toward wellness.

  • 1st time medical marijuana patient

    What Utah Patients Are Saying

    Thanks Dr. Tim, you were very helpful and looking forward to talking with you again in the future. I’m looking forward to a lifestyle change, I’ve done some on my own like going back to work after a very long time, quit smoking, (after a very long time also!) but for quality of life I cannot do it on my own so I very much appreciate your help and guidance!!! Thanks!,

    D.R. (1st time user of medical marijuana)

    1st time medical marijuana patient
  • Anonymous Patient

    What Utah Patients Are Saying

    I had consulted with my medical team about using medical cannabis to treat my pain from a spinal injury, but none felt comfortable with or had the knowledge of cannabis as a medicine to write me one.

    I found Tim through a friend who is also a PA and she suggested that I should go talk to him.

    What a difference! Talking with Tim at the Utah Marijuana Clinic first on the phone and then at my appointment, I instantly felt comfortable and more importantly UNDERSTOOD while talking about the past 4 years using cannabis to treat my pain on my own. Tim is extremely knowledgeable about strains, uses, dosage, delivery methods and cannabis as medicine in general.

    After a 30 min appointment going over my condition, medical records, and experience treating my pain with cannabis I was given my written recommendation for Medical Cannabis. I highly recommend Tim and the Utah Marijuana Clinic.

    Anonymous Patient
  • Medical Marijuana Patient

    What Utah Patients Are Saying

    For the majority of my adult life, I’ve struggled with anxiety and depression. Without realizing it, I started self-medicating with alcohol. The more I drank, the less anxious I felt, and I thought I had a good system going. But I started isolating myself, choosing to drink at home alone, without any interest in seeing friends or leaving my house. I stopped showing up for work and found myself in a dangerous spiral.

    With the help of friends and family, I came to terms with my drinking problem and started making changes. Tim Pickett spent a great amount of his personal time educating me on the advancements in medical cannabis, and how it could potentially help me. I appreciate the amount of work he has gone through to be an expert in this field. I had no idea how complex cannabis is, how many different varieties and strains there are, and the multitude of conditions it can be helpful in treating. He helped me take baby steps, as I was a little nervous to try cannabis.

    It has now been almost two years since having a drop of alcohol and I am a nicer, more patient person. I have started getting back into hobbies that I had totally lost interest in, have lost weight, and am healthier and happier than I’ve been in ten years. I am so grateful for the help I received from Tim Pickett. He is extremely knowledgeable and passionate about what he does and takes the time to help you feel comfortable with potential treatment options. I will be forever grateful.

    Medical Marijuana Patient
  • Sia

    What Utah Patients Are Saying

    Tim is great to work with. He’s doing research for me! I’m looking forward to having recommendations for products and doses that are specialized to my health problems.

    Sia

Benefits of Utah Medical Marijuana

Treat Pain Without Opioids

Scientific studies show reduced opioid use in patients who use medical cannabis. Some people get total pain control with cannabis!

Tremors / Seizures

Cannabinoids have anticonvulsant effects and protect the nervous system in diseases like ALS and Alzheimers.

PTSD & Mental Health

Cannabis can help with PTSD. It also helps with anxiety, sleep, and mood.  Social relaxation is a side effect that can also benefit users.

Cancer & Nausea

In addition to pain, cannabis treats nausea better than many prescription medication. It can help with appetite during chemo or weight loss.

HIV / AIDS

Almost 1 in 3 patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus use cannabis to treat pain, nausea, appetite loss, cachexia, and emotional decline.

Crohn’s & Colitis

Studies show more than half of Crohn’s patients benefit from cannabis use. We provide guided dosing and help choosing strains.

*Studies available on request

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Utah Medical Marijuana Clinic Doctors and Providers

Tim Pickett

Tim Pickett, PA-C

Tim Pickett, PA-C specializes in medical cannabis education and enjoys opening minds to the possibilities of plant-based medicine. He is the founder of utahmarijuana.org, speaks locally about evidence-based cannabis medicine, and provides comprehensive education to patients and medical students state-wide.

Born and raised in Utah, Tim understands the local religious landscape and can speak to the barriers of cannabis use in our Utah culture.

Utah Medical Marijuana Doctor

Jared Lake, MD

Dr. Jared R. Lake is an Anesthesiology board-certified physician. He attended and graduated from Medical College Of Wisconsin in 2007, having over 13 years of diverse experience, especially in Anesthesiology. He is affiliated with many hospitals including Intermountain Medical Center. Dr. Lake is the medical director of Utah Therapeutic Health Center and guides our medical decision-making process and safety procedures.

Sierra Burt Utah marijuana doctor

Sierra Burt, PA-C

Sierra Burt, PA-C is a nationally certified physician assistant specializing in cannabis medicine. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medicine at Brigham Young University and her PA degree at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. Sierra is dedicated to providing patient-centered care and building rapport with patients so they feel confident in their care plan. She is praised for her non-judgmental approach to cannabis medicine.

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