Empathetix is NOT a medical cannabis dispensary, and does not sell medical cannabis of any kind. We offer a service that brings patients and QMP's together. A QMP is a doctor who has taken courses to certify as a cannabis doctor in Utah.
Our QMP's have we helped thousands of Utahn’s medicating with cannabis become legal patients and no longer criminals. We can help you too!
Fill out the PRE-SCREENING form , please give as much detail as you can. Medical records are not required, but they can be helpful if you have easy access to them. Most important, just tell us your story and how your daily life is effected by your condition(s).
After you complete the pre-screening form, you will be allowed to schedule an appointment online. There is no "medical exam", it is simply a conversation with a QMP (cannabis doctor). If the QMP determines you could benefit from cannabis treatment, and you are over 21 years old, you will leave your appointment as a legal Utah Medical Cannabis Patient with all the protections and privileges of the Utah Medical Cannabis Program.
Nothing is due until time of service, and there is no charge if you don’t get your recommendation.
You will receive medical patient status for 90 days, then return for a follow up for the states mandatory "90 day renewal". The cost for this visit is just $75. Your marijuana prescription will be renewed for 6 months.
You will have a 6 month follow up visit with your provider in person or via telemedicine. The cost for the 6 month renewals is $175. To maintain an active medical cannabis card with Empathetix, it is $350 annually plus $10 in state renewal fees for a total of $360 annually.
So for less than $1 a day you can be a permanent med patient in Utah.
Before you can apply for your Utah Medical Cannabis Card, the state of Utah requires you to create a Utah ID and apply for a med card in the state's EVS system. Click the button to create your ID and take the first step to becoming a legal medical marijuana patient.
You may be wondering what medical conditions are required in order to secure a cannabis recommendation and medical card in Utah. The majority of patients who have found success medicating with cannabis already are living with one or more of the ‘qualifying conditions’, even if they don’t know it yet.
Most of our Patients qualify under one of these 3 conditions:
Pain lasting longer than two weeks that is not adequately managed, in the qualified medical provider’s opinion, despite treatment attempts using conventional medications other than opioids or opiates or physical interventions
Persistent nausea that is not significantly responsive to traditional treatment