How to Apply:

  1. REGISTER ON OUR WEBSITE for our MMJRecs Online Clinic with the link provided on this page.
  2. MAKE SURE TO CREATE A NEW PATIENT LOGIN after clicking the pink ‘Get Started’ or pink ‘Register’ button. Fill out all your information and don’t forget to upload a photo of your valid driver’s license. Lastly, answer our simple, straightforward patient questionnaire created by our licensed physicians.
  3. PROOF OF RESIDENCY: To get a medical marijuana card in Pennsylvania, you’ll need your ID number from your Pennsylvania State Driver’s License, or your Non-Driver ID Card. You can also present a copy of a government-issued ID card that contains your name and Pennsylvania State address, or a copy of a utility bill or other document displaying your residency address, issued within the last two months. You can use a current lease or similar document that confirms your Pennsylvania residency, or any other documentation approved by the DOH which contains sufficient information to prove residency in the state.
  4. CHAT WITH YOUR NEW DOCTOR: You’ll get to meet your new doctor face-to-face via video chat, talk through your condition and determine whether it qualifies you for Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program.
  5. APPROVAL PROCESS: Once you’re all approved, the doctor will generate a unique medical marijuana recommendation that you’ll be able to access in the Pennsylvania State Patient Portal. We’ll let you know once your certificate is ready to go, so you can then complete your registration in the State Portal.
  6. In the portal, you will need to finalize your registration by paying an application fee of $50 directly to the state of Pennsylvania. Once you submit your application and confirm your registration, a physical card will be mailed to you by the state within 7 – 10 business days.

MMJRecs Online Clinic now offers Medical Marijuana Recommendations in Pennsylvania for $159! (Not including $50 state application fee.)

Pennsylvania qualifying conditions

  • ALS
  • Cancer, including remission therapy
  • Damage to the nervous tissue of the central nervous system (brain-spinal cord) with objective neurological indication of intractable spasticity, and other associated neuropathies
  • Glaucoma
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Intractable Seizures
  • Neuropathies
  • Intractable Seizures
  • PTSD
  • Sickle Cell Anemia
  • Terminal Illness
  • Opioid use disorder for which conventional therapeutic interventions are contraindicated or ineffective, or for which adjunctive therapy is indicated in combination with primary therapeutic interventions
  • Tourette Syndrome
  • Autism
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Epilepsy
  • HIV or AIDS
  • IBD
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Severe chronic or intractable pain of neuropathic origin or severe chronic or intractable pain.
    Neurodegenerative Disease
  • Dyskinetic and spastic movement disorders
  • Anxiety Disorders