Speak privately with an experienced doctor to verify your medical diagnosis and become certified to use medical marijuana secondary to your current treatment plan.
You will need to complete a of short online form, consent forms, and prepay your medical marijuana certification. The doctor will review your files and meet you online at your scheduled time. He will ask if you have any questions or concerns about the medical marijuana program and certify you for the state program.
Pennsylvania law has a list of medically qualifying conditions. Our doctors certify that you have one of these conditions and a Pennsylvania resident.
You will receive 24/7 PA Dispensary Verification for 12 full months and a prescription for up to one ounce per calendar month.
The doctors at Medical Marijuana Certifications, LLC are licensed from the State of Pennsylvania to legally certify patients for medical marijuana.
Medical Marijuana Certifications, LLC is now offering telemedicine and telehealth services to our new and existing patients. Call us today at 717-220-5566 for more information.
NO, MEDICAL MARIJUANA CERTIFICATIONS, LLC IS A SPECIALTY MEDICAL PRACTICE. WE ARE NOT A CONTRACTED PROVIDER FOR MEDICARE, MEDICAID, OR ANY OTHER HEALTH OR MEDICAL INSURANCE PLAN. WE ACCEPT CASH, CHECK, OR CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS ONLY. PAYMENT IS DUE AT THE TIME OF BOOKING.
Yes. A patient under the age of eighteen must have a caregiver who is approved by the department in order to obtain medical marijuana. A caregiver can be a parent, guardian or an individual approved by the department.
All applicants will need:
Below is a list of some helpful forms to get you started:
Medical marijuana ID cards are issued by the Department of Health. You must register with the state using your driver’s license or photo ID number. Their system instantly verifies and gives you a MMP patient ID number. At your appointment, our doctors will update your record to certify that you have been seen and approved for medical marijuana/cannabis treatment.
You are responsible to log back into the Department of Health medical marijuana patient registry and pay with a credit or debit card. This activates their system to create and ship your ID card in the mail. The hardest part is waiting to get it!
When registering with the state, enter all requested information EXACTLY as it appears on your driver's license/photo ID card. The system is linked to directly reflect the credentials on your ID. Follow the formatting instructions, as their system demands that all information entered is exactly as it appears on your ID. Three or more errors will result in you getting locked out of the system. You will need to contact the state to get it unlocked. (More HERE for our registry help page.)
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You are responsible to log back into the Department of Health medical marijuana patient registry and pay with a credit or debit card. This activates their system to create and ship your ID card in the mail. The hardest part is waiting to get it! Once you are certified you have 24/7 Medical Marijuana/Cannabis access to all Pennsylvania dispensaries. You will need to take this card with you to purchase any medical cannabis. Good for 12 full months! Medical Marijuana Certifications, LLC will contact you when your Pennsylvania medical marijuana card is approaching its expiration and help you setup your annual consultation.
Take your new ID card, along with your photo ID, to any Pennsylvania Dispensary. Your first visit includes a brief discussion with the pharmacist on staff. Take advantage of this service until you know what type of medication is right for you. You are eligible to purchase up to one ounce worth of products per month. Your Medical Marijuana Certifications, LLC doctor will be your prescribing physician on your boxed medication. Please use wisdom and do not drive “high”.
If you are experiencing issues with your registration please reply to this email with the following information or call and leave this information along with your ticket # so we can investigate what may be preventing you from registering
Name as it appears on your most recent license, state ID or change of address card
Date of birth:
Driver’s license (or state ID) number and expiration date – ID#
Email address you want to use in your account:
Address line 1 exactly as it appears on your most recent license, state ID or change of address card:
Address line 2 (if applicable):
City (check for PennDOT abbreviations):
Below are some guidelines that will help you register successfully on your own:
– Type all information, including email, in CAPITAL LETTERS.
– Be sure to use a two-digit month, two-digit day and four-digit year format for your birth date mmddyyyy. Just type digits
– Enter your driver’s license number with numbers only – no spaces or other characters.
– Be sure your phone number shows up with the area code in parentheses followed by a space, the first three digits, a dash, the last four digits (123) 456-7890.
– Type your address EXACTLY the way it is shown on your driver’s license/ID/change of address card. Notice if anything is abbreviated, spelled out or if your address is split over two lines.
– Be aware that if your license/ID is due to expire in the next 60 days, you will need to renew before registering.
– If you have ever held a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and experience trouble registering, we may need to manually register you.
PA DOH Medical Marijuana Program
The Department of Health requires that a patient uses a DESKTOP or LAPTOP to complete registration.
Make sure to check that you’ve entered everything from your valid PA state photo ID in to the form exactly as it showing (include all capital letters and check correct spacing and spelling for each line).Be sure to check that your ID is not expired or due to expire within the next 30 days. If it is expired or is due to within 30 days you will need to have your ID renewed before proceeding with your state registration.Have you moved or changed your address recently? Be sure to enter the address that is currently on file with PENNdot. This might be available in the form of a change of address card. Alternatively, you can view exactly how your address is listed on file with PENNdot by visiting their website and logging in to the “ID and Vehicle services” section using your ID/DL number as well as date of birth and last 4 digits of your social security number.If you currently have, or have held a CDL driver’s license you are NOT exempt from being certified through us. You will simply need to be manually registered via the Department of Health’s patient support team (see below)If you are a patient of ours, have reviewed the information above and you are still unable to get registered with the Dept. of Health, Medical Marijuana Certifications, LLC is still happy to assist. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following: A scan/copy/picture of your current photo ID or change of address card, as well as your full name in the subject line of the email. Please include a message stating that you require assistance with Department of Health registration and please include any relevant information regarding any of the above information.
Pennsylvania law has a list of Qualifying Conditions. Our doctors certify that you have one of these and a Pennsylvania resident. The current list of conditions that can be treated by medical marijuana include the following qualifying conditions:
A COPY OF YOUR DRIVER’S LICENSE or PHOTO ID.
The doctors at Medical Marijuana Certifications, LLC are licensed from the State of Pennsylvania to legally certify patients for medical marijuana. No prior doctors consultation is necessary. We may need for you to complete a DSM-5 form to use in place of records. Our doctor will review your score and make a determination during your regularly scheduled appointment.
NO, YOUR MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD WILL BE ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. OUR PROVIDER WILL CERTIFY THIS ACCOUNT WITH THE STATE. YOU CARD WILL COME IN THE MAIL AFTER YOU HAVE ARRANGED PAYMENT WITH THEM.
Firearms Information – It is legal under Pennsylvania law for the holder of a validly issued patient Medical Marijuana Card to possess approved forms of medical marijuana. However, as per the United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE), the possession of medical marijuana remains a violation of federal law, and possession of a valid Medical Marijuana Card and/or the use of medical marijuana makes you an “unlawful user of or addicted to any controlled substance” who is prohibited by federal law from the purchase or acquisition, possession, or control of a firearm pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3), and 27 C.F.R. § 478.32(a)(3).
The BATFE’s position is set forth in its September 21, 2011, Open Letter to all Federal Firearms Licensees, which states in part that “[t]herefore, any person who uses or is addicted to marijuana, regardless of whether his or her State has passed legislation authorizing marijuana use for medicinal purposes, is an unlawful user of or addicted to a controlled substance, and is prohibited by Federal law from possessing firearms or ammunition.” Likewise, the mere possession of a Medical Marijuana Card will give rise to an inference that you are an “unlawful user of or addicted to” a controlled substance, pursuant to 27 C.F.R. § 478.11.
Therefore, it is also unlawful for you to apply for, possess or renew a Pennsylvania License to Carry Firearm (LTC), because you are “[a]n individual who is prohibited from possessing or acquiring a firearm under the statutes of the United States.” (Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes Chapter 18, Section 6109(e)(1)(xiv).
VARIES DEPENDING ON LOCATION – THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH REQUIRES PATIENTS TO BE CERTIFIED FOR THE USE OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA EVERY 365 DAYS (12 MONTHS). IF YOU HAVE A QUALIFYING MEDICAL CONDITION, YOUR INITIAL VISIT WILL INCLUDE CERTIFICATION AND YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A CERTIFICATION VISIT EVERY 12 MONTHS THEREAFTER.
VARIES DEPENDING ON LOCATION – THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH REQUIRES PATIENTS TO BE CERTIFIED FOR THE USE OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA EVERY 365 DAYS (12 MONTHS). IF YOU HAVE A QUALIFYING MEDICAL CONDITION, YOUR INITIAL VISIT WILL INCLUDE CERTIFICATION AND YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A CERTIFICATION VISIT EVERY 12 MONTHS THEREAFTER. ASK FOR OUR CURRENT DISCOUNT.
All caregivers and patients must have proof of Pennsylvania residency in the forms of either a Pennsylvania state issued ID card or of a Pennsylvania driver’s license with current address. Patients and caregivers also must have a working email address. All communication form the PA Medical Marijuana Program Registry comes by email.
We recommend that you use a computer (not a mobile device) to register and to access your account. Have your valid PA driver’s license or state-issued ID in front of you while registering. You will need to match the information exactly as it appears on the ID. Be sure that the information you are enter matches with PennDOT’s record (if you have updated your address). Enter only the digits where numbers are required (no spaces, periods, hyphens, etc.).
After your information has been validated, you will be prompted to create a unique username and password. After you have created the username and password, a screen will display your account information, including your Patient ID number. You are now registered in the program. Next, you will receive an email confirming you registration is successful and details your next step, which is to obtain a patient certification from a state approved practitioner like us at Medical Marijuana Certifications,, LLC.
Our doctors have been approved by the PA Department of Health and can issue you a patient certification. The certification certifies that you have one of the 23 qualified medical conditions, and that medical marijuana/cannabis may benefit you. You need this certification to get your medical marijuana ID card.
What To Bring To Your Appointment Medical Marijuana Certifications, LLC mmj4u.org
Please bring the following with you:
You can have your doctor scan, fax or email all medical records to 844-929-1545 or email@example.com
We can obtain them for you if you contact us for a HIPAA release form at 717-220-5566 or firstname.lastname@example.org
“Technically, a doctor’s recommendation for medical marijuana is very private, since HIPAA [the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act] makes it nearly impossible for even law enforcement to obtain private patient records,” wrote Joe Elford, staff lawyer for medical marijuana group Americans for Safe Access.
As with other medical records, this doctor visit and recommendation is private and protected under the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA). The HIPPA rule sets a national standard that strictly prohibits sharing of health information, unless it is needed for patient care and other important purposes. This means that no one can access your medical records to learn that you have received a recommendation to use marijuana without your permission.
Email RAemail@example.com and request a new card. The Department of Health issues a replacement fee of $25. Once this fee is paid, a new card is sent.
According to the TSA:
Possession of marijuana and certain cannabis infused products, including some Cannabidiol (CBD) oil, remain illegal under federal law. TSA officers are required to report any suspected violations of law, including possession of marijuana and certain cannabis infused products.
Products/medications that contain hemp-derived CBD or are approved by the FDA are legal as long as it is produced within the regulations defined by the law under the Agriculture Improvement Act 2018.
TSA’s screening procedures are focused on security and are designed to detect potential threats to aviation and passengers. Accordingly, TSA security officers do not search for marijuana or other illegal drugs, but if any illegal substance is discovered during security screening, TSA will refer the matter to a law enforcement officer.
For more prohibited items, please go to the ‘What Can I Bring?’ page. The final decision rests with the TSA officer on whether an item is allowed through the checkpoint.
Patients who receive Medicaid, PACE/ PACENET, CHIP, SNAP and WIC are eligible to receive 50% off the required $50 annual fee issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. This is done by submitting your request before agreeing to your payment rate. The payment page will follow in a separate window.
Your employer decides the policies on medical marijuana use, it is up to them to determine this. If unsure, you may wish to seek legal counsel or direction from your company’s human resource department. Legal counsel that specializes in this area of law can be found at www.cannabislegalsolutions.net
Yes, we are allowed to certify you for your medical card if you are a gun owner. State laws do not prohibit you from owning a gun and having a medical card. You can also have the option to purchase CBD and not get a card.
If you have further questions and need legal counsel please go to www.cannabislegalsolutions.net as this is a comprehensive issue that legal counsel can answer.
Cannabis Legal Solutions can answer your questions in more detail however:
For more detailed information go to www.cannabislegalsolutions.net
Patrick K. Nightingale (www.cannabislegalsolutions.net) has cleared this issue up for us.
“Pennsylvania’s medical cannabis law provided for patient confidentiality in Section 302. Despite this statutory provision the patient database was made available to law enforcement via the JNET database at the end of December, 2017. After patients and activists raised serious concerns about the violation of patient confidentiality the patient registry was immediately removed from JNET.”