Registering as a Medical Cannabis Patient
To be eligible to receive Medical Cannabis care and treatment follow these steps:
Click here to register with the Maryland Medicinal Cannabis Commission (MMCC)* Create an account. After approximately 2-4 weeks you should receive your 16 digit patient number.
Find a Registered Physician; you can view the MMCC registered providers list here. Make an appointment with a registered provider. They will go over whether Cannabis may be right for your condition(s). If yes, they will write out your certification.
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What do I need to bring in order to shop at the dispensary?
You'll just need to bring in a government approved photo ID and the MMCC certification from your registered provider. We will have you fill out some information on an iPad at the dispensary, but it's that easy!
Any Maryland resident whose physician recommends medical cannabis as a treatment option for a qualifying medical condition is eligible to register with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) as a patient. Qualifying medical conditions include cachexia, anorexia, wasting syndrome, severe pain, severe nausea, seizures, severe or persistent muscle spasms, glaucoma, post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain.
Any non-Maryland resident currently in Maryland for the purpose of receiving medical treatment is eligible to register as patient with the MMCC and, during registration, will be required to provide the name and address of the Maryland medical facility where the patient is receiving treatment.
A registered patient is permitted to identify a maximum of two individuals, aged 21 years or older, to serve as caregivers. Caregivers are required to register with and purchase ID cards from the Commission. Registered caregivers in possession of a valid MMCC Caregiver ID card are able to purchase medical cannabis on behalf of their designated patients from licensed Maryland dispensaries and transport the legally obtained medical cannabis to their designated patients.
Detailed information regarding caregiver requirements and the caregiver registration process is available on the Caregivers page.
Please note: Minor patients (under the age of 18) are required to have at least one caregiver at all times. Only parents and legal guardians of minor patients are eligible to serve as their caregivers.