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
Requirements For Minor Patients
A minor patient can be eligible for the MMCC ID card if the applicant is a permanent citizen of Maryland and qualifies for the Health Qualifying Conditions according to the MMCC Department of Maryland guidelines. The minor patients need to have a maximum of two guardians and two non-guardian caregivers before registering with MMCC. Click here to learn more about how to apply as a minor patient.
If the applicant who wants to apply for an MMJ Card online in Maryland is under the age of eighteen and unable to consent to the treatment, the patient will need one or two caregivers who can purchase medical cannabis on behalf of the applicant. Check out here for detailed information about caregivers.
To Register as a minor patient, you will need:
- A valid email account.
- Full 9 digits of SSN or Social Security Number of Patient
- Government-issued photo ID (SoftCopy)
- Residence Proof (SoftCopy)
- An Electronic And Notarized Copy of the Minor Patient Form
- A signed certification from a registered practitioner. Click here to apply for the recommendation.
- An electronic copy of a recent colored photograph with white background
- Last 4 digits of SSN or Social Security Number of Caregiver
- Verifying documents of Caregiver
While uploading the photograph, keep in mind the following points:
- Make sure to use a free, highly-rated passport photo app to click the photograph. These apps are obtainable on Google Play Store, the App Store, and other app providers.
- The picture should be taken by someone else. Don’t use Selfies.
- The photograph should seem like a passport photo or a driver’s license photo.
- Photo should be taken within six months so that it shows the applicant’s current look.
- The background of the photograph should be white or off-white.
- The applicant should be facing the camera and have either a neutral facial appearance or a genuine smile.
- The applicant should be dressed but not wear any hat, head covering, any object, sunglasses, or dark glasses. If you cannot remove your glasses for medical reasons, please include a signed note from your doctor with the application.
- Upload the photograph in .jpg format. The size of the image should not be larger than 3 M.B.
- The photograph should not be digitally heightened or modified in a way that transforms the applicant’s face.
- You cannot wear headphones or wireless hands-free devices.
- You can wear jewellery and keep on your facial piercings if they do not hide your face. Permanent tattoos are acceptable for passport purposes as well.
Note: We understand that wearing masks and face covering is essential due to COVID-19, but we require you to see your full face to ensure your identity. So, take off your mask or face covering while someone takes your passport photo. You can keep six feet of distance to maintain social distancing while clicking the photograph.
Here are the following documents that can be used as proof for registration:
- Driver’s license
- Military identification card (Electronic copy of Both Back And Front side)
- An identification card issued by the State Government
- US Passport
If your provided identification proof is not a Maryland driver’s license or Motor Vehicle Administration identification card (MVA ID Card) or your documents do not identify your current address, you will need to give two of the below-mentioned documents as verification of your current home address in Maryland:
Note: The applicants should submit documents, including their name and address mentioned on them. Also, the identification proof should not be from the same two organizations, such as two documents issued by the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA).
- Health Insurance documents issued by the State of Maryland, including Maryland Health Connection, Medicaid, Medicare, and more
- Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) registration card/title
- Utility Bills, such as Gas or cable/satellite TV or telephone bill
- Mortgage statement of homeownership
- Property tax bill
- Bank account statement
- Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) change of address card
- Selective Service Card
- Major credit card bill (Visa, MasterCard, Wal-Mart, Target, and more)
- W-2 statements
- Car insurance policy
- Social Security or Social services IDs issued by the state of Maryland
- Resident lease or rental contract between owner and occupant, including their signatures
- Paystubs dated within three months
Medicaid Recipient Patient ID Card Fee Waiver
Are you an eligible patient registered in the Maryland Medical Assistance Program? In that case, you are qualified to waive the $50 fee for the MMCC patient ID card.
To get the benefits of the ID card fee waiver, you should have the following documentation to apply for an MMCC patient ID card:
For Maryland Medical Assistance Program Applicant:
The applicant should have one of the following documents:
- Medical Assistance Card issued by the state of Maryland
- A Certificate of Creditable Coverage issued by Maryland Medicaid Beneficiary Services
- An Eligibility Determination Letter issued by Maryland Health Connection
Note: If you have already registered with MMCC before applying for the Medical Assistance Card, you are not qualified to have the fee suspended retroactively. You will have to register as a new patient during the renewal to get the fee waiver benefits.