We look forward to helping you find relief from the debilitating effects of your qualifying disease or condition
An appointment is not necessary. You make walk in at any time between 8 am and 4 pm, including the lunch hour, Monday thru Friday. You can also register before you arrive by using the Walk-In tab on our website.
If you have a provider at the clinic who you prefer to see, you may see him or her. If you do not, you are free to select the one with the shortest waiting time.
You must bring your medical records with you. These records must prove that you have a qualifying disease or condition. Certain diseases or conditions require that you have been diagnosed by a specialist. These are: PTSD, chronic pain, glaucoma, rheumatoid arthritis. Again, please bring these records with you. Without them, we are unable to qualify you for a NM medical marijuana card.
You must be a NM resident to qualify.
Once you have obtained an approval of your application for a medical cannabis card, you will then submit it along with your supporting medical records to the State of New Mexico for evaluation. If they approve, you will receive your card from them.
Please use the links we provide to find out how to complete your application to the State.
Our clinic has five providers in Hobbs who are available to evaluate and issue approval (if you qualify) for a medical marijuana card. They are Eugenio Castillo, Lance DeLong, Allen Hurt, Brock Morris and Kristie Morris. We also have a provider in our Carlsbad clinic, Duane Gilbert. Your cost is $175 cash or credit card payable at time of service. We do not accept insurance for this evaluation. Sorry, but our clinic does not accept checks.
Our clinic includes a prescribing psychologist, Dr. Marianne Westbrook. If you feel that you may have PTSD but have not been diagnosed with it, you may make an appointment with Dr. Westbrook to be evaluated for it. Please contact her office at 575-392-2040, Ext. 204. Dr. Westbrook cannot approve applications for medical cannabis cards. We ask that you make a morning appointment so that if you qualify for a medical cannabis card, you will have time to check in that day to see a provider who can issue an approval for one. You may use your health insurance to pay for her evaluation.
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