Arkansas Marijuana Card’s Fort Smith clinic opened December 9 at 8901 Jenny Lind Road, Suite 4A

Arkansas Marijuana Card has opened its second clinic in Fort Smith, specializing in evaluations and recommendations for patients seeking treatment with medical cannabis under Arkansas’s medical marijuana program. 


The opening of the Fort Smith clinic comes just two months after the company opened its first clinic in the Fayetteville area. In the two months since opening, they have already approved hundreds of patients, with hundreds more already on the schedule. The company plans to open additional clinics in both Little Rock and Jonesboro in the first quarter of 2020. 

Every Arkansas Marijuana Card clinic is staffed by certified doctors who evaluate patient’s eligibility for medical marijuana, as well as compassionate team members that help patients through every step of the application process. 


Arkansas Marijuana Card’s Fayetteville clinic.

In order to qualify for medical marijuana in Arkansas, patients must be diagnosed with one of the 18 qualifying conditions outlined in Arkansas’s medical marijuana law. Patients are encouraged to bring medical records documenting their qualifying condition to their evaluation. If patients need assistance obtaining their records, Arkansas Marijuana Card has a medical records team that helps patients request their records at no additional cost.  


Arkansas Marijuana Card is the sister company of Ohio Marijuana Card and Missouri Marijuana Card. Across Ohio and Missouri, the company currently operates 15 clinics and has issued recommendations to over 23,000 patients. 

Patients that wish to book an appointment, or have questions about the process, can call 844-249-8714, or they can visit

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