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Get your Delaware
Medical Card Today

Book your appointment in 15 minutes and get certified in your state!

You're in Good Hands Here

Which is why we have over 20,000 certified patients!

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We're Reliable

All of our evaluations are risk-free. If you aren’t certified, we’ll refund

100% of your fee. 

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We're Quick

It can take as little as 15 minutes to book an appointment with a doctor in your state! 

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We're Efficient

We’ll help you complete your application with the state and guide you closely after your appointment to get you your medical card. 

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How to Get Your Delaware Medical Card

Book your Appointment

Schedule a virtual appointment with one of our certified Delaware professionals and review the regulations of the Delaware State website.

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See the Doctor

Meet with your doctor online or over the phone to discuss your medical conditions. Bring any questions you have, our expert physicians are here to help.

Get Certified!

Receive your certification and a set of instructions via email. Submit your certification and application to the Delaware medical program.

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Why Choose Green Mind Physicians
for your Medical Card?

To qualify for a medical card in Delaware, you need a physician certification form.

With our telemedicine portal, it is easy to qualify for your medical card.

Make a convenient appointment to meet with one of our licensed Medical Card doctors online.

At the end of your virtual visit, you get a completed Physician’s Certification and instructions on how to submit your application.

Best of all, get approved or your money back!

Benefits of getting your Delaware Medical Card

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Medical card patients pay less in taxes

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Potential to access larger quantities of medication if noted by your doctor on your application

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Lower legal consumption age

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Medical patients get priority in terms of products

Our Concierge Service

Don't like the paperwork? We got you covered.

We know certifying for a medical card online can be confusing and stressful. Let us do the work for you! We’ve helped hundreds of patients with their applications to the state after their doctor’s appointments. 

Choose Concierge Service when you checkout to get our help with your paperwork!

We’ll help you fill your application out, take a valid photo, and send it back to you when you just have to turn it in.

Not available in all states.

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FAQs on the Delaware Medical Card Program

What are the Requirements for the Medical Card Program in Delaware?

  • 18 years of age or older (minors will need to submit a birth certificate and documentation of legal guardianship)

  • A Health Care Provider Certification (That’s what we give you!)

  • Proof of Delaware residency such as a driver’s license or state-issued ID

  • A phone or electronic device for your telemedicine appointment 

How Much Does it Cost to Get My Delaware Medical Card?

  • $120 for a New Patient Medical Card evaluation

  • $99 for a Renewing Patient Medical Card Evaluation

What Medical Conditions Qualify for Medical Card in Delaware ?

Delaware has many conditions that qualify for medical card. Here is a list, from their website

For adults, the qualifying conditions are: terminal illness; cancer; HIV/AIDS; decompensated cirrhosis; multiple sclerosis; amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS); agitation of Alzheimer’s disease; autism with aggressive behavior; PTSD; chronic debilitating migraines or new daily persistent headache; or a medical condition or treatment that produces wasting syndrome, intractable nausea, seizures, severe and persistent muscle spasms, or severe debilitating pain that has not responded to other treatments for more than three months or for which other treatments produced serious side effects.

For minors, who must also have parental consent, the qualifying conditions are intractable epilepsy, severe debilitating autism, or a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition where the patient has failed treatment and that involves cachexia or wasting syndrome; intractable nausea; severe, painful, and persistent muscle spasms; chronic debilitating migraines; or daily persistent headaches.

Beginning on September 9, 2020, pursuant to SB 24, a patient may also qualify if their physician certifies that the patient has a severe and debilitating condition, current standard care practices and treatments have been exhausted, and there are grounds to support that the patient may benefit from this treatment.

Can I Have a Caregiver in Delaware?

If you’re homebound or need assistance, you can designate a caregiver to purchase the medication on your behalf. Caregivers must be approved by the state through an application process.

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