About this clinic
Doctors of Cannabis - Statewide Oklahoma Telemedicine
About Us: Doctors Of Cannabis (DOC) was founded with the primary focus and mission in mind for providing quality, dependable clinical care for people wishing to explore the many benefits of medical marijuana. * We make obtaining your cannabis card simple and hassle free through: Extensive Availability - Our doctors are available from 8am-11pm, 7 days per week. We work with your schedule! * Flexible Technology -The entire process can be completed with your mobile phone, tablet or computer. * No Strings Attached - We provide free consultations! You only pay for your appointment once you are approved by our licensed Oklahoma medical marijuana doctors. Who We Are: At DOC, our board-certified doctors have helped thousands of individuals suffering from bothersome health conditions understand the benefits of cannabis treatment. We not only offer the highest-quality care, but believe it’s equally as important to help our patients understand how to use medical marijuana safely to experience the relief they are looking for. We understand you may feel nervous or uncomfortable talking to a doctor about marijuana - we hear this a lot. Not to worry, our doctors and staff are well-educated in cannabis care and are non-judgmental. We are here to help you achieve your goals of using medical marijuana. Here’s what to expect when you work with us: 1. Submit your appointment request. 2. You’ll receive a message to complete your registration. 3. Talk to the doctor on your phone, tablet or computer. Oklahoma Fun Facts: The bread twist tie was invented in Mayseville, OK. Oklahoma City installed the nation’s first parking meter in 1935. Girl Scouts sold their first cookie in Muskogee in 1917. Cimarron County located in the Oklahoma Panhandle is the only county in the U.S. bordered by four separate states: Texas, New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas. Just north of Tulsa is the Port of Catoosa, the largest inland port in America. There are more “man-made” lakes in Oklahoma than any other state. Things to do after you get your medical card in Oklahoma: Oklahoma has long been known for its Cowboy and Indian lore. Be sure and stop in at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Here you will find multiple galleries of sculptures and paintings along with clothing items and accessories depicting cowboy history. At the entrance of the museum you will be treated by the 18 feet tall “End of the Trail”. Take the state run down Route 66. There are many places to stop and explore with roadside attractions and landmarks galore along this route. Waterways at Beavers Bend State Resort Park provide opportunities for boating and fishing as well as tent and RV camping. There is also a nature center with entertainment and programs for children of all ages. After visiting the nature center continue your adventure of the park by hiking, riding horseback or hopping on a hayride. You will find Beavers Bend State Resort Park close to Broken Arrow. The Oklahoma Aquarium is located in the town of Jenks, OK and is famous for having the planet’s biggest bullhead shark collection. The aquarium includes exhibits showcasing local and exotic marine and ocean wildlife. Located in the southwest area of the state you will find the Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge sits between two ranges of granite mountain and is one of the prettiest spots in the state. The 59,000 acre refuge contains 15 miles of trails, multiple lakes for fishing and an area for camping. Bison can be seen wondering the area along with other forms of wildlife. There are over 275 species of birds that nest and feed around this mountain range making it a great place for bird watching.