If the patient has a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition that causes listed below or another chronic medical condition which is severe and for which other treatments have been ineffective.
Through personal experiences and witness to its efficacy, our team of licensed doctors share the conviction in the use of cannabis to assist their patients in living happier, healthier, and more productive lives.
Your Discretion, Security, and Privacy is our top priority. All information and transactions remain securely stored in our HIPAA compliant EMR platform.
Your time is valuable. We pride ourselves in making the evaluation, recommendation, and connection to your nearest Cannabis pharmacy a single, seamless process.
Recruited, screened, and Hand-picked personally, each of our Doctors are respected professionals licensed and practicing within the State of Maryland who understand the efficacy and see the need for change.
Register with the Department of Health. Please allow 10 days for printing from the date you paid for your ID card and 14 days to receive it in the mail. Your card will be mailed to the address in your patient profile.
Transactions will occur at the end of the doctor’s evaluation. For patients that do not qualify, the transaction will not be processed, and the patient will not be charged.
You have to register with the state prior to meeting with the doctor. This speeds up the procedure significantly, which will be advantageous to you if you have a serious illness that requires immediate attention. Get your MMJ recommendation today and access ‘Life Change’.
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Beginning January 1, 2019: All NEW patients must purchase MMCC ID cards at registration
The expiration date extended to 3 years for MMCC ID cards issued after January 1, 2019
The patient may go to any licensed dispensary to pick up medical cannabis.
After the provider has examined the patient and the patient’s records, the provider may issue the patient a certification immediately.
A Maryland patient can only obtain legal medical cannabis from a Maryland-licensed dispensary.
The certification issued by a provider for a patient identifies the amount of dried flower and THC that the patient may purchase in a 30-day period. The limit is calculated as a ROLLING 30-day limit- not by calendar month.
A patient can order an ID card by logging into their account through the MMCC website however, a patient may only order an ID card after their patient application has been approved and they have received certification from a registered provider.
If your patient ID card is lost, stolen or damaged you must login to your MMCC account and report it. There will be a replacement card cost of $100.
A legal patient may travel to any location in the state of Maryland (other than federal government property when in possession of medical cannabis). Possession of cannabis is a violation of federal law and Maryland residents should carefully read the current state statutes regarding the use of medical cannabis and be aware that taking cannabis across State lines is a federal offense.
Cannabis is also illegal on federal government property. The State of Maryland laws cannot authorize you to travel to other states, jurisdictions, or countries with this medicine in your possession.
A patient may designate up to two persons as caregivers.
Children who meet their provider’s criteria for treatment can become legal patients in Maryland. However, children must have a parent or guardian serve as a caregiver.
A patient may obtain medical cannabis from a dispensary of their choice. The patient’s certification will be recorded in the Commission’s database and can be confirmed by any licensed dispensary.
Patients do not have to disclose that they possess medical cannabis and do not have to consent to a search.
However, if a search is conducted and medical cannabis is found, the patient should present their patient ID card or direct law enforcement to our database.
Health insurers are not required to cover the cost of medical cannabis.
Patients pay $50.00 at the time of registration for an ID card.