PA Marijuana Cards
How to Get A PA Medical Marijuana Card
Medical marijuana cards in Pennsylvania are available to qualifying patients 18 Years Of Age or older.
PA Marijuana Cards are only available to legal residents in the state of Pennsylvania with proof of residency.
Medical marijuana patients in PA must have medical records showing a proof of diagnosis from 1 of the 17 qualifying medical conditions.
You must have a Pennsylvania driver’s license or an ID card issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
For potential medical marijuana patients we makes it easy to connect with a certified recommending doctor. If you believe you qualify, and want to move forward, simply fill out the MMJ patient registration form.
Then complete the patient intake and your on your way to a consultation online or in person with a PA medical card doctor. Legal Residents Only.
If you have a Qualifying Condition, fill out our MMJ Patient Registration Form to be connected with a marijuana recommending doctor as available.
Patient Registration Form
Steps To Getting Your Medical Marijuana Card In Pennsylvania
There are 3 primary steps to get medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.
Step 1 – Register for the program through the Medical Marijuana Registry.
Follow link, create a profile in the Medical Marijuana Registry which includes information such as your legal name, current address, and contact information.
Step 2 – Have a state-licensed physician certify that you suffer from at least one of the qualifying medical conditions.
Find a participating PA med marijuana doctor here or fill out the patient registration form above. If approved, the physician will submit their certifications directly to the system.
Step 3 – Return to the Medical Marijuana Registry and complete your application. Then pay the state a $50 fee.
Medicaid, PACE/PACENET, CHIP, SNAP, and WIC, may be eligible for fee a reduction.
What Medical Marijuana Products Are Allowed?
The dispensary menu products available at Pennsylvania cannabis stores include:
Purchasing dried cannabis is an option, although it is not legal to smoke marijuana in the state of Pennsylvania.