The Complete Guide for MY MMJ Doctor Maryland
Table of Content
- About Maryland Medical Marijuanas
- Procedure for acquiring medical cannabis
- Health Qualifying Conditions
- State Evaluation Procedure
- Requirements For Adult Patients
- How to Register as an Adult Patient?
- Requirements For Minor Patients
- How to Register as a Minor Patient?
- Requirements For Hospice Patients
- How to Register as a Hospice Patient?
- Requirements For Caregivers
- How to Register as a Caregiver?
- Temporary MMCC Identification Card
Qualifying Condition For Maryland Medical Cannabis Card
If a minor or adult patient has been diagnosed with at least one among the below mentioned severe mental or physical ailments or health conditions, the patient can apply for a medical marijuana card in Maryland:
Health Qualifying Conditions For Hospice Patients
- A change in cognitive and functional abilities
- Compromised Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
- Increasing weakness or fatigue
- Progressive weight loss or edema weight
- A Specific decline in condition
The Requirements To Qualify For Maryland Medical Marijuana Card
Even if the patient fits in one of those categories, as mentioned earlier, the patient should satisfy the below-mentioned necessities for a Maryland Medical Marijuana Card:
- The patient should be a resident of Maryland during the time of the application.
- The residency proof can be a driving license or Identification card (I.D. card) issued by the state government.
- The patient needs to have a medical situation as per the guidelines of the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC).
- The patient should have a valid certification written and signed by a licensed doctor on their letterhead. However, if the patient is a veteran receiving medical care at a V.A. facility, the patient will not need a recommendation. Click here to apply for the MMJ certification!