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CannaHealth offers certification and recertification services for those with conditions that qualify for treatment with Medical Cannabis.
CannaHealth provides special pricing for those in active military duty, veterans, essential workers, and those with low income.
Make an Appointment with our Qualified Clinician:
Prior to attempting to complete the online application, you are strongly encouraged to access and refer to the Patient Quick Reference Card (pdf) and instructions below. These will assist you in completing the application process.
IMPORTANT: To complete the application, you must have specific documents and other items in a digital format ready for upload. Please review the information below carefully before beginning the online application process. If you need additional assistance uploading your documents into the system, please contact your chosen dispensary facility.
If you are a patient seeking to register with the Department’s Medical Marijuana Program you must:
Submit to the Department:
You will be able to upload these documents and pay the fee when you submit your registration application online. If you need assistance uploading any documents into the system, please contact your chosen dispensary facility.
Register Your Primary Caregiver, if Applicable
During a 10-15 minute virtual appointment, a CannaHealth qualified clinician will evaluate your ailments and answer any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. If qualified, the clinician will certify you directly within the Department of Health Medical Marijuana Registry following the appointment.
The process of applying for/renewing a DC medical marijuana card has changed somewhat during these challenging times. You must have an email address and a credit/debit card with which you can pay online. Most people receive their card in 1-2 weeks after applying. You will need to obtain a recommendation from a health care practitioner first and then go to https://abra.dc.gov/node/1498666
The application must be completed all at once, so please ensure you have everything you need, which will include:
During a 10-15-minute virtual appointment, a qualified CannaHealth clinician will evaluate your ailments and answer any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. If qualified, the clinician will certify you directly within the Department of Health Medical Marijuana Registry following the appointment.
You will need the following:
Please note: In lieu of a recent photo, Hospice patients may submit a letter from the Attending of Hospice Record (AOHR) provider on hospice letterhead
Complete the online application form, uploading the requisite files.
Once approved by the MMCC, you can do the following:
Purchase a Patient ID card (optional) for a fee of $50.
During a 10-15-minute virtual appointment with a CannaHealth qualified clinician, we will evaluate your ailments and answer any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. If qualified, the clinician will certify you directly within the Department of Health Medical Marijuana Registry following the appointment.
Pennsylvania residents seeking certification for medical marijuana must create a patient profile with the Department of Health here to receive a patient ID number. At the appointment, patients approved for certification provide the ID number to the physician and an electronic notice of the patients’ certification for medical marijuana treatment is submitted to the Department of Health.
After the doctor certifies you in the system, return to the Registry and pay for a medical marijuana ID card. The Department of Health will mail the card and you can begin purchasing marijuana legally from any Pennsylvania dispensary once you have your card in hand!
A patient may only register for a medical marijuana certificate if he or she is a Connecticut resident being treated for a debilitating medical condition by a Connecticut-licensed physician or advanced practice registered nurse.
A qualifying patient cannot be an inmate confined in a correctional institution or facility under the supervision of the Connecticut Department of Corrections.
For Adults, Debilitating Medical Conditions Include:
For Patients Under 18, Debilitating Medical Conditions Include:
* Conditions were approved by the Regulation Review Committee via the recommendation of the Board of Physicians and Commissioner of Consumer Protection.
Any individual who lives in the state of Maryland whose provider recommends medical cannabis as a treatment option for a qualifying medical condition is eligible to register with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) as a patient.
For adults and children, debilitating medical conditions include:
To register for the medical marijuana program, you must have a Pennsylvania driver’s license, or an ID card issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
You must be 21+ years of age and a resident of D.C. before you receive approval.
In reality, there are an extensive range of qualifying conditions. The Medical Marijuana Expansion Emergency Amendment Act of 2014 made things a little clearer. It states that patients could receive MMJ for “any condition for which treatment with medical marijuana would be beneficial, as determined by the patient’s physician.”
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