Georgia Medical Marijuana Card Renewal

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Renew Georgia Medical Marijuana Card Online

How to Renew Medical Marijuana Card in Georgia in 2024

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Visit your certifying physician: The physician must be treating you for a condition approved under the low-THC oil law and must conduct an examination to review your condition before you may be issued a low-THC oil recertification

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Have your Physician complete the required forms: Your physician must complete the low-THC oil waiver form and the physician certification form prior to completing the renewal process. You can use the check status tool on the Georgia low-THC oil registry to view your renewal card status

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Pick up your card: Once your card is printed, it will be sent to your local county health department for pick up. A low-THC oil service representative will contact you within 15 business days from the date of completing your application to pick up your card. You must provide valid identification, a driver's license, or a state-issued ID in order to pick up your card

Does Georgia Allow Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Online?

Yes. Georgia low-THC oil registry ID card renewals are completed online. Your recertifying physician will complete your waiver and recertification form. The physician will retain the original forms in your medical records upon completion. However, you may request a copy of the records. After, specific information from these records will be electronically submitted to the Georgia Department of Public Health. The Department will review and verify the information and, when complete, will create a new card via its Low THC Oil Unit. The card can be picked up at your local public health office.

How Often Do You Have to Renew Your Medical Marijuana Card in Georgia?

The Georgia low-THC oil registry card is valid for 2 years from the issue date.

Do You Need a Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Doctor in Georgia?

At the expiration of your current low-THC oil registry card, you must consult with your physician about their continued eligibility and request that the physician update and verify the accuracy of your personal information in the registry. You must have a bona fide doctor-patient relationship with the certifying physician, and the physician must have an active MD (Doctor of Medicine) or DO (Doctor of Osteopathy) license in good standing with the Georgia Composite Medical Board.

Georgia Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Cost

A Georgia low-THC oil registry ID card renewal costs $25. However, a consultation fee may apply when you visit your physician for recertification.

Where to Do Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Near Me in Georgia

Georgia low-THC oil registry ID card renewals are initiated online by the recertifying physicians after verifying the patients’ continued eligibility to participate in the program and completed by patients after paying the applicable card renewal fees. Although the entire process is completed online, patients are required to pick up their cards at any of the following 18 public health office locations in Georgia:

  • Carroll County Health Department
  • Catoosa County Health Department
  • Chatham County Health Department
  • Cherokee County Health Department
  • Clarke County Health Department
  • Clayton County Health Department
  • Cobb County Health Department
  • Colquitt County Health Department
  • Decatur County Health Department
  • DeKalb County Health Department
  • Douglas County Health Department
  • Fannin County Health Department
  • Fayette County Health Department
  • Floyd County Health Department
  • Forsyth County Health Department
  • Franklin County Health Department
  • Fulton County Health Department
  • Glynn County Health Department
  • Gordon County Health Department
  • Gwinnett County Health Department
  • Hall County Health Department
  • Henry County Health Department
  • Houston County Health Department
  • Laurens County Health Department
  • Lowndes County Health Department
  • Macon-Bibb County Health Department
  • Morgan County Health Department
  • Muscogee County Health Department
  • Richmond County Health Department
  • Rockdale County Health Department
  • Stephens County Health Department
  • Sumter County Health Department
  • Tift County Health Department
  • Troup County Health Department
  • Turner County Health Department
  • Walton County Health Department
  • Ware County Health Department
  • Whitfield County Health Department

Can I Use a Medical Marijuana Card from Another State in Georgia?

There is no medical cannabis reciprocity agreement between the State of Georgia and other states in the United States. However, Georgia will recognize your registration from another state if you legally possess an active registration card issued in your home state, allowing you the same possession of low-THC oil as Georgia law, and you have been in Georgia for less than 45 days.

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