How To Get A Pennsylvania Marijuana Card
How to Qualify For A Medical Marijuana Card in Pennsylvania
To qualify for a marijuana card, and legally purchase medical marijuana from licensed Pennsylvania dispensaries, you must meet the following qualifications:
Be diagnosed with a qualifying medical condition
Have the official written certification from a certified Pennsylvania physician
Be a Pennsylvania resident with proof of residency (Pennsylvania Driver’s License or Pennsylvania State ID card).
What Conditions Are Approved For Treatment with Medical Marijuana?
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Cancer, including remission therapy
Damage to the nervous tissue of the central nervous system (brain-spinal cord) with objective neurological indication of intractable spasticity, and other associated neuropathies
Dyskinetic and spastic movement disorders
HIV / AIDS
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
Multiple sclerosis (MS)
Opioid use disorder for which conventional therapeutic interventions are contraindicated or ineffective, or for which adjunctive therapy is indicated in combination with primary therapeutic interventions
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Severe chronic or intractable pain of neuropathic origin or severe chronic or intractable pain
Sickle cell anemia
I Have A Qualifying Medical Condition. How Do I Get Approved for Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania?
If you are currently suffering from one of the qualifying conditions, then you are likely eligible for medical marijuana treatment in Pennsylvania. Before you can enter dispensaries and purchase medical marijuana products, you will need a Pennsylvania medical marijuana card. The easiest way to obtain a Pennsylvania medical marijuana card is to schedule your evaluation appointment with us today.
Schedule an appointment online or by calling us at (855) 607-5458.
Submit your patient form, medical records, State ID, and make your payment.
Connect with the doctor using your phone or computer.
Receive your Pennsylvania marijuana card and access dispensaries.
Get Your Medical Marijuana Recommendation
in Four Easy Steps!
What Information and Forms are Required When a Patient Applies for a Pennsylvania Marijuana Card?
The following are required when submitting your application:
• The application form
• The completed Physician Written Certification
• Proof of residence in the form of a Pennsylvania issued driver's license or state ID,
• The non-refundable $50 application fee.
How To Find A Medical Marijuana Doctor In Pennsylvania
You’ve come to the right place! Our certified physicians are here to help you obtain your Pennsylvania medical marijuana card for your qualifying condition. Simply schedule your evaluation, and upon verification as having one or more of the qualifying conditions to receive a recommendation, our physicians will provide a Physician’s Written Certification to submit to the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
How to Get Approved for a Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Card
If you have previously been diagnosed with a qualifying condition, or you believe you may be suffering from one of the approved medical conditions, you are likely eligible for medical marijuana treatment in Pennsylvania. Our Patient Support Specialists are available to answer any questions about the state’s qualifying medical conditions, how to schedule your appointment, and tips to obtain your medical records for your evaluation. Call us at (855) 607-5458. We’re here to help!
Get Approved Online For Medical Marijuana In Pennsylvania
We offer medical marijuana evaluations via telemedicine appointments, so you can get approved for medical marijuana from the comfort and privacy of your own home. It’s easy! Just login to your scheduled appointment via your smartphone or computer and one of our doctors will review your medical history and discuss medical marijuana as a treatment for your qualifying condition.
Why Should I Get a Pennsylvania Marijuana Card?
If you are currently suffering from one or more of the qualifying conditions, we strongly suggest that you initiate your treatment regimen under the supervision of a physician who has the training, compassion, and belief in the medicinal qualities inherent in cannabis. At Pennsylvania Marijuana Card, all of our doctors are not only licensed under the State of Pennsylvania but also have taken additional continuing medical education cannabis courses to ensure that they have critical and recent information related to the therapeutic benefits of medical marijuana.
Access Pennsylvania Dispensaries
The Pennsylvania Department of Health supports the use of medical marijuana (in its various forms) as low risk and successful method of treatment for any one or more of the qualifying conditions. With a New York marijuana card, you'll be able to access licensed Pennsylvania dispensaries and purchase medical marijuana products. These state-licensed marijuana dispensaries will carry many forms of medical marijuana in varying strengths and potency. You will be able to buy products such as oils, topicals, tinctures, and pills. The sale of cannabis flower and edibles are prohibited in Pennsylvania.
Having a Pennsylvania medical marijuana card makes it easy for you to demonstrate to law enforcement that you are registered with Pennsylvania's medical marijuana program, and thereby allowed to possess, transport, and consume medical marijuana products.
Am I Guaranteed to Get Approved for a Medical Marijuana Card?
We cannot guarantee approval, as our doctors make that qualified determination, based on your supplied medical records and your evaluation appointment. To increase the likelihood of receiving an approval, we recommend you bring as much information as possible to your appointment about your medical condition and past treatments.
How to Get Approved for a Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Card
If you have been previously diagnosed with a qualifying condition, or you believe you may be suffering from one of the approved medical conditions, you are likely eligible for medical marijuana treatment in Pennsylvania. Our Patient Support Specialists are available to answer any questions you may have about the state’s qualifying medical conditions, how to schedule your appointment, and tips to obtain your medical records for your evaluation.