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We are proud to be one of the first medical facilities providing certification for medical marijuana to qualified eligible patients living within the Lawton, OK area. Our mission is to help improve and revitalize the health and the daily lives of each and everyone of our patients through compassionate care and the personal individualized touch that we offer. We are committed to maintaining a welcoming and safe environment and we’ll do all we can to make your visit a pleasant one.

The office of Dr. Michael Kuglitsch requires each patient to have two appointments, which can be done on the same day.

First Appointment for Possible Eligible Patients: The pre-medical marijuana appointment will be a consultation to go over your medical documentation and discuss if medical marijuana is right for you. Please note this is a medical screening visit only, to help determine your eligibility.

Second Appointment for Eligible Patients: This visit is scheduled for the eligible patient who is allowed to participate in the Oklahoma medical marijuana program. At this visit, eligible patients will obtain a medical marijuana certification and a medical marijuana recommendation.

What to bring along with you to your appointment: A valid Oklahoma Identification Card with picture and proof of residence such as a utility bill from the calendar month preceding the date of application, excluding cellular and internet bills.

Once you receive your certification from us, you will be able to register online for a medical marijuana card with the Department of Health. This card must be shown when buying medical marijuana at a dispensing facility and carried by the Eligible patient. ​​​


Patient Information

Which Conditions Qualify for Medicinal Cannabis Treatment Under Oklahoma Law?

While most medical marijuana state laws include a list of qualifying conditions, Oklahoma does not. According to State Question 788, the proposed medical marijuana law approved by voters, doctors shall recommend licenses using the same judgment they would for prescriptions. In other words, a doctor can write a recommendation for any condition they see fit for medicinal cannabis treatment.

This law leaves the discretion up to the doctor, not state authorities. While one physician may consider medical marijuana appropriate for an illness, another one might not. If you feel that you could benefit from cannabis medicine and your doctor refuses to recommend it, you can visit another physician for a second opinion.

Since they have more research supporting their responsiveness to medicinal marijuana, these conditions commonly get approval from state programs and marijuana-friendly doctors:

  • Chronic pain

  • Severe nausea

  • Epilepsy and other seizure disorders

  • Terminal illness

  • Spasticity

  • Muscle spasms

  • Glaucoma

  • Inflammation

  • Cachexia and wasting syndrome

  • Cancer

  • Neuropathic pain disorders


  • Crohn’s disease

  • Anorexia and bulimia

If you are not certain of your eligibility, please click here to Contact Us to discuss this further with our Staff.

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