6 hours ago PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM Information for Patients Visit www.medicalmarijuana.pa.gov Pennsylvania Department of Health Office of Medical Marijuana 625 Forster Street Health & Welfare Building Room 628 Harrisburg, PA 17120 717-547-3047 RA-DHMedMarijuana@pa.gov » Pills, oil, topical forms such as patches or ointments. >> Go To The Portal
Patients register for an ID card and use that card to obtain medical marijuana at Pennsylvania dispensaries. Caregivers also are Pennsylvania residents and are designated by patients to deliver medical marijuana to them, obtained at a Pennsylvania dispensary.
The Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Act creates the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board within the Department of Health.
Qualifying Medical Conditions. Only patients suffering from one of the following medical conditions can participate in Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Anxiety disorders. Autism. Cancer, including remission therapy. Crohn’s disease.
When fully implemented, the Medical Marijuana Program will provide access to medical marijuana for patients with a serious medical condition through a safe and effective method of delivery that balances patient need for access to the latest treatments with patient care and safety.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health is in the process of implementing the state’s Medical Marijuana Program, signed into law on April 17, 2016. When fully implemented, the Medical Marijuana Program will provide access to medical marijuana for patients with a serious medical condition through a safe ...
The Pennsylvania Department of Health is in the process of implementing the state’s Medical Marijuana Program, signed into law on April 17, 2016.
The first step to get medical marijuana in Pennsylvania is to register. First, create a profile in the Medical Marijuana Registry . This profile includes basic information such as your legal name, current address, and contact information. To register for the medical marijuana program, you must have a Pennsylvania driver’s license ...
Once you have registered in the Medical Marijuana Registry , the next step is to have an approved physician certify that you suffer from a qualifying medical condition.
The cost of a medical marijuana ID card is $50.
If somebody has taken drugs and becomes unresponsive, call 911 immediately. These resources are intended for preventive measures only.
Governor Wolf legalized medical marijuana in Pennsylvania on April 6, 2016, and on February 15, 2018, medical marijuana became available for patients at dispensaries across the commonwealth — providing long-overdue medical relief to patients with serious medical conditions.
If you have questions or need help, email the Department of Health at RA-DHMedMarijuana@pa.gov.
In the “Caregivers” section, click “Caregiver registering for an existing patient” if the patient is registered and is a minor, requires in-home support, or has a disability that requires assistance. (These patients will not get an ID card of their own or visit a dispensary.)
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Effective July 30, 2020 you no longer need to renew your registration in order to maintain your participation in the Medical Marijuana Program.
You will need to obtain an annual patient certification from a certified physician. 60 days before the expiration date of your patient certification and ID card, you will receive an email letting you know that it is time to obtain a new patient certification.