GET YOUR MARYLAND
MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD
Our medical provider will reach out in minutes to help you get access to dispensaries near you. We offer 100% risk-free guarantee!
To get started, book an appointment below. Make a payment for the visit, sign your online consent form. It's that easy and fast!
STEP 1. Book an Appointment
Select time for your Risk-Free Visit
*ALL TIMES IN CENTRAL TIME (CST) Please add 1 hour for Eastern Time (EST)
STEP 2. Payment
You are all set! After you sign the consent form, simply sit back and wait for our medical provider to contact you at your scheduled appointment time.
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Most Frequently Asked Questions for Maryland
✔ I have one of the “qualifying medical conditions,” am I automatically a qualified patient?"
An official Maryland physician written certification must be obtained from a medical physician and submitted with the application. To schedule your risk-free appointment to see a ARCannabisClinic approved marijuana doctor in Maryland, click here.
💲 How much is a medical marijuana card in Maryland?
The fee for a medical marijuana card in Maryland is currently $50, which is set by the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC). This fee is for a two-year card, and it is non-refundable. Additionally, there is a $10 fee for replacement cards, and a $20 fee for a name or address change on the card. These fees are subject to change, so it's best to check the MMCC website for the most up-to-date information.
It is worth noting that some patients may qualify for a waiver of the application fee based on their income. The MMCC has a fee waiver application that can be found on the website, which can be filled out by the patient or their caregiver.
⚡How do I apply online with the Maryland Department of Health - Medical Marijuana Division?
Visit the Division's website and create an account.
Provide personal information, including your name, address, and contact information.
Provide proof of Maryland residency, such as a driver's license or state ID.
Provide proof of your qualifying medical condition, such as a certification from a licensed healthcare provider.
Pay the application fee.
Submit the application.
Once your application is reviewed and approved, you will receive your medical marijuana card, which will allow you to purchase and possess medical marijuana from state-licensed dispensaries.
👨🦽 How do I qualify to become an Maryland MMJ caregiver?
Be at least 21 years old
Pass a background check
Not have any disqualifying criminal convictions
Not currently be a caregiver for another patient
Register with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) as a caregiver
To register with the MMCC, you will need to provide proof of your identity, proof of your Maryland residency, and pass a background check. Once you have completed the registration process, you will be able to purchase medical marijuana for the patient you are caring for and assist them with the use of their medicine. The patient will need to provide proof of their medical condition and register with MMCC as well.
👍 How much does it cost to get a marijuana card doctor approval?
We offer the most competitive pricing in the industry with the fastest and the most friendly service you can't find anywhere else. If our network doctor can not approve you for any reason, you get your money back!* We currently accept major credit cards and debit cards via phone or online. No cash or personal checks are accepted. We offer the best prices and we guarantee it! Check out our 👉 PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE *Conditions apply
🌿 I received my card. Where can I get medical marijuana?
Once you have received your medical marijuana card from the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC), you can purchase medical marijuana from state-licensed dispensaries.
You can find a list of licensed dispensaries on the MMCC website, or by contacting the MMCC directly. Each dispensary is required to have a pharmacist on staff to answer any questions you may have about medical marijuana products, and they should also be able to provide you with information on the different strains of marijuana, as well as the various forms of medical marijuana such as edibles, oils, and vaporization.