PA Medical Marijuana Program

Are you planning to register in Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Program? This video may be helpful for you to watch to understand the registration process.

Patients and Caregivers

Under the law, Pennsylvania residents who have a serious medical condition as certified by an approved physician are considered medical marijuana patients. 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. Caregivers register for an ID card and must complete a background check.  

In Pennsylvania, approved forms of medical marijuana include:

  • Pill;

  • Oil;

  • Topical forms, including gel, creams, or ointments;

  • Tincture;

  • Liquid; and

  • A form medically appropriate for administration by vaporization or nebulization, including dry leaf or plant form for  administration by vaporization. 

 

How to Get Medical Marijuana

Patients that want to participate in the medical marijuana program should:

  1. First, visit the Patients and Caregivers Registry  and create a patient profile in the Department of Health's patient and caregiver registry.

  2. Next, obtain a physician's certification that you suffer from one of the 21 serious medical conditions.      

  3. Then, return to the Patient and Caregivers Registry and pay for a medical marijuana ID card.

  4. Obtain medical marijuana from an approved dispensary in Pennsylvania.

 

Caregivers that want to participate in the medical marijuana program should:

  1. First, visit the Patients and Caregivers Registry and create a caregiver profile in the Department of Health's patient and caregiver registry.

  2. Next, complete a criminal background check.

  3. Then, complete an 'authorization to designate a third-party caregiver' form, if necessary.

  4. Ensure your patient has a patient certification.

  5. Return to the Patient and Caregivers Registry and pay for a medical marijuana ID card.

 

See an example of how to use the Patient and Caregivers Registry

 

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