The Medcard LLC is a Missouri owned and operated small business with a physical office in Springfield, MO. The med card is overseen by a board of Missouri professionals.
All physicians conducting patient evaluations are licensed MDs or DOs in good standing with the Missouri State Board of Healing Arts.
Our support team understands the Missouri rules and regulations regarding medical marijuana patient and cultivator cards, but are not doctors. They can advise you on the steps to take to apply for and use your medical marijuana card, but cannot dispense medical advice.
Myiesha Taylor MD
Dr. Myiesha Taylor is a board-certified emergency medicine physician and Medical Advisor for Cannformatics. She graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana summa cum laude with a B.S. in chemistry and attended USC Keck School of Medicine for her medical degree (MD).
Dr. Taylor chose emergency medicine after the untimely death of her father who was shot and killed during the civil unrest sparked by the Rodney King trial verdict in 1992. She was an intern and resident at Los Angeles County King Drew Medical Center. There, she served as Chief Resident her senior year receiving both community-based and academic awards.
She founded Artemis Medical Society to mentor and support women physicians of color globally, for which she was honored by Disney Junior with the character Myiesha McStuffins in the children’s TV show Doc McStuffins. Dr. Taylor has been featured on Lester Holt’s Inspiring America, was a 2014 Dallas Women’s Foundation Young Leader Award honoree, was in three Disney Junior Get Inspired Black History Month interstitials and serves as a Women’s Media Center She Source expert.
Dr. Taylor is a recipient of the Dallas Women’s Foundation Maura Women Helping Women Young Leader Award, Dallas Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, D Magazine Moms Who Inspire, HBCU Digest’s Most Powerful People, and a Fort Worth Business Press Great Women of Texas Honoree.
John Huffman DO
Born and raised in Missouri, John Huffman grew up in St. Joseph & graduated from Central High School. He attended Oklahoma University & Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (now ATSU), where he received his DO, and completed his residency at Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine/Midwestern University. John has been a physician for more than 35 years.
John began his medical career as a flight surgeon for the United States Air where he exclusively flew F-111 Fighters. Upon retiring from the Air Force, he entered private practice as an orthopedic surgeon at Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and then served as Head of Orthopedics at CoxHealth – Branson Hospital. He currently practices in Southwest Missouri.
John and his wife, Josie, have three children and five happy grandchildren. John enjoys fishing at Table Rock Lake in his downtime and competes in professional fishing tournaments.
Norman Tullis MD
Born in New York and raised in California, Norman (Norm) Tullis grew up in La Jolla. He attended San Diego State University and Creighton University School of Medicine, where he received his MD. Norm has been a physician for more than 41 years.
Norm began his medical career as a family medicine doctor, was a skilled nursing home director for 35 years, and a rural health director for 20 years, and was involved in hospice care for 20 years. He is currently a Family Medicine Specialist in Springfield, MO.
Norm and his wife, Jan, have 2 wonderful children and 4 amazing grandkids. The apple does not fall far from the tree, as Norm’s son is a practicing neurosurgeon. In his spare time, Norm enjoys fishing, golfing, and traveling, but most of all enjoy being with friends and family.