How to Get Medical MMJ in Pennsylvania
Nowadays, Medical cards in Pennsylvania are quite easy to acquire online. Our specialized doctors can help you get your recommendation today.
It only takes a few minutes to sign up, then you can easily book an online, video-consultation with our MMJ doctor. It’s fast, easy and completely secure.
Our mantra here at QuickMedCards is “Putting Patients Before Profit”. That’s why we aim to offer the fastest service at the lowest possible price!
Speak with our MMJ doctor
Sign up and book your online consultation. To avoid delays, you should register as a patient with the PMMP before your appointment.
Once you get approved by our doctor, your Signed recommendation is available for instant PDF download.
Get Your Medical MMJ Card
When your application is approved, you will receive your Medical card in the mail after 20 days.
Benefits of QuickMedCards
What You Receive
1 Year MMJ Recommendation
24/7 Dispensary Verification
Instant PDF Download
Includes State Paperwork Fee
Our prices include the State Paperwork Fee that other providers usually charge for separately. Other fees that a patient must pay directly to the government must be paid by the patient.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How does the video call with the doctor happen?
You will video call with our doctor on Doxy.me. Doxy is free, simple, and secure. Therefore, the best way to video call with a healthcare provider.
When it’s time for your appointment, we send you a secure video call link a few minutes beforehand.
During your video call, you and your doctor will discuss how MMJ could help treat your condition. It should take about 15 minutes.
Please note that your computer or mobile device must have a camera and a stable internet connection during the video call.
To avoid any issues during your appointment, ensure that your device is ready by doing a test call with the link: https://doxy.me/precall-test.
Does my insurance or Medicare cover MMJ?
No. The FDA doesn’t approve medical MMJ. Therefore, Medicare or insurance does not cover MMJ treatment.
Can I travel with my MMJ to another state?
No. Crossing state lines with medical MMJ products is a serious offense.
Can I use my PA medical card in other states?
Yes and no. Pennsylvania does not have reciprocity with other states. Thus, out-of-state med cards are not recognized in PA and holders cannot use them to buy or possess MMJ.
On the other hand, MMJ patients in PA may use their medical cards in states that have reciprocity. For example:
- New Hampshire
- Rhode Island
- Washington DC
To clarify, different states have different reciprocity programs. So, due diligence is important before visiting a state and using your MMJ card.
Can I use medical MMJ without smoking or getting high?
Yes. There are many options for patients who prefer not to smoke their medicine. For example:
Where can I smoke or use MMJ in PA?
Patients should only use MMJ within the privacy of their homes. Smoking MMJ in public spaces is not allowed anywhere in PA.
How much MMJ can you buy in Pennsylvania?
The Pennsylvania MMP does not specify the amount, in terms of quantity or weight a patient can buy. However, the law states that patients can have a 30 day supply of MJ. Your 30 day supply will be determined by your doctor and outlined in your recommendation.
Where can I buy MMJ after receiving my PA medical card?
Once you receive your medical card you can buy MMJ products from any dispensary in Pennsylvania. Yet, some dispensaries need a prior appointment before your first visit.
Can I get MMJ for anxiety in Pennsylvania?
Yes. Patients diagnosed with anxiety disorders in PA may qualify for MMJ treatment.
What is the cost of the Pennsylvania medical card?
The cost of the Pennsylvania medical card is $50 paid to the state. But, patients participating in assistance programs may qualify for fee reductions. For example, Medicaid, PACE/PACENET, SNAP, WIC, and CHIP.
Additionally, patients pay consultation fees to see a medical MMJ doctor. This usually costs $175-$200. But, patients that book their appointments through QuickMedCards pay only $149.