Who is eligible for a Medical Cannabidiol Registration Card?
Patients who are age 18 or older, permanent residents of the state of Iowa, and have at least one of the following qualifying debilitating medical conditions:
- Cancer (with severe or chronic pain, nausea or severe vomiting, cachexia or severe wasting);
- Multiple sclerosis with severe and persistent muscle spasms;
- AIDS or HIV (as defined in Iowa Code, section 141A.1);
- Crohn’s disease;
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS);
- Any terminal illness, with a probable life expectancy of under one year (if the illness or its treatment produces one or more of the following: severe or chronic pain, nausea or severe vomiting; cachexia or severe wasting);
- Parkinson’s disease;
- Untreatable pain
- Primary Caregivers who are age 18 or older, permanent residents of the state of Iowa or a bordering state who has been designated by a patient’s health care practitioner as a necessary caretaker taking responsibility for managing the well-being of the patient with respect to the use of medical cannabidiol pursuant to the provision of 2017 Iowa Acts, House File 524.
How do I submit my application for a Medical Cannabidiol Registration Card
- Submit your application by clicking on the Enrollment link above
Download the applicable application and instructions here and follow the directions for submission by mail.
Or submit your info and scanned prescription through our online form. Please note: we do not accept payment online, so you will receive a phone call within 1-2 business days to complete your order.
What happens after I submit my application?
APPROVED APPLICATION –
- A statement will be mailed to the patient’s mailing address when the application has been approved by the Iowa Department of Public Health.
- The patient will also be mailed a receipt for the application fee.
- Instructions will be provided regarding how and when to obtain the actual Medical Cannabidiol Registration Card from the Iowa Department of Transportation.
DENIED APPLICATION –
- The Iowa Department of Public Health will attempt to contact applicants who submit incomplete applications. If the applicant cannot be reached or the applicant does not submit the required application information within a 60-day timeframe, the application will be denied. A statement about application denial will be mailed to the applicant.
- An application may be denied if:
- - the writing is illegible, incomplete, falsified, misleading, deceptive or untrue;
- - the identity of the applicant is unable to be verified from the photo identification or other documentation presented.
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