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Our Mission

Our experienced clinicians put your healing needs first. We are proud to provide a higher level of customer service, clinical experience, and cannabis education to all of our patients.

Our Services

CannaHealth offers certification and recertification services for those with conditions that qualify for treatment with Medical Cannabis.

Our Story

CannaHealth provides special pricing for those in active military duty, veterans, essential workers, and those with low income.

How to Get YOUR Medical Marijuana Card

Step 1 | Schedule an appointment to get certified

During a 10-15 minute virtual appointment, a physician will evaluate your ailments and answer any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. If qualified, the doctor will certify you directly within the Department of Health Medical Marijuana Registry following the appointment.
You will need the following:

Step 2 | Register Online

Visit the MMCC Registry website and click the “Create Account” link under the “Patients” heading

Step 3 | Verify Email

After submitting your online application, you will receive a verification email

Step 4 | Optional Final Step

Once approved by the MMCC, you can do the following:

Qualifications

State of Connecticut

How to Become A Medical Marijuana Patient in Connecticut

A patient may only register for a medical marijuana certificate if he or she is a Connecticut resident being treated for a debilitating medical condition by a Connecticut-licensed physician or advanced practice registered nurse.

For Adults, Debilitating Medical Conditions Include:

For Patients Under 18,Debilitating Medical Conditions Include:

* Conditions were approved by the Regulation Review Committee via the recommendation of the Board of Physicians and Commissioner of Consumer Protection.

Qualifications for a Registration Certificate:

Step 1 | Schedule an appointment to get certified

During a 10-15 minute virtual appointment, a physician will evaluate your ailments and answer any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. If qualified, the doctor will certify you directly within the Department of Health Medical Marijuana Registry following the appointment.
You will need the following:

Step 2 | Register Online

Visit the MMCC Registry website and click the “Create Account” link under the “Patients” heading

Step 3 | Verify Email

After submitting your online application, you will receive a verification email

Step 4 | Optional Final Step

Once approved by the MMCC, you can do the following:

Qualifications

Washington DC

How to Become A Medical Marijuana Patient in Maryland

There is no residency requirement to be eligible for the Maryland Medical Marijuana program, you may apply as long as you have a valid US issued photo ID. Any legal Maryland resident can apply and participate in the program and any person from out-of-state who is in Maryland for the purpose of receiving medical care can be issued a written certification and obtain medical cannabis.

Patients must be able to obtain legitimate medical records or health documentation that will aid their diagnosis to be recommended alternative medicine. These health records are extremely important and should be transferred over to the recommending doctor’s office or to a patient’s first-ever medical marijuana evaluation — *Learn how to request your medical records

Patients must obtain a written certification from a doctor or nurse that is licensed to recommend medical marijuana in the State of Maryland by the Podiatrist Medical Examiners, Maryland Board of Nursing, the Maryland Board of Physicians, or the Maryland Board of Dental Examiners. It should also be taken into consideration that patients are highly encouraged to establish a long-standing relationship with the physician conducting any evaluations — *Find a certified medical marijuana physician in Maryland

In order for a patient to become approved into the state’s medical marijuana program, an application for a Maryland medical marijuana card must be filled out and submitted to the Natalie M. LaPrade Medical Marijuana Commission. You must complete and submit your entire online application in one session. In order to apply, you must have an electronic copy of a valid US federal or state government-issued photo ID and proof of Maryland address or treatment at a Maryland medical facility.

Patients also have the ability to purchase an ID card for $50 from the commission to help keep track of their commission-issued Patient ID number. Though the card is not required to buy medical marijuana products, the Patient ID number is needed for certification.

Note: If a patient does not use their certification to purchase medicinal cannabis products within 120 days of it being issued, the certification becomes void.

Who Qualifies for Medicinal Marijuana in Maryland

House Bill 881, signed by the Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley in April 14, 2014 — effective June 01, 2014 — tasked the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Natalie M. LaPrade Medical Marijuana Commission, with developing regulations for a patient registry and identification cards, dispensary licensing, settling fees and possession limits.

What Ailments Qualify For Medical Cannabis in Maryland

Patients in Maryland diagnosed with one of the following severe, debilitating, or life-threatening medical conditions, are afforded legal protection under the Maryland Medical Marijuana law, as per the Natalie M. LaPrade Medical Marijuana Commission:

A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition that results in a patient being admitted into hospice or receiving palliative care; or

A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or the treatment of a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition that produces:

Step 1 | Schedule an appointment to get certified

During a 10-15 minute virtual appointment, a physician will evaluate your ailments and answer any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. If qualified, the doctor will certify you directly within the Department of Health Medical Marijuana Registry following the appointment.
You will need the following:

Step 2 | Register Online

Visit the MMCC Registry website and click the “Create Account” link under the “Patients” heading

Step 3 | Verify Email

After submitting your online application, you will receive a verification email

Step 4 | Optional Final Step

Once approved by the MMCC, you can do the following:

Qualifications

State of Maryland

How to Become A Medical Marijuana Patient in Maryland

There is no residency requirement to be eligible for the Maryland Medical Marijuana program, you may apply as long as you have a valid US issued photo ID. Any legal Maryland resident can apply and participate in the program and any person from out-of-state who is in Maryland for the purpose of receiving medical care can be issued a written certification and obtain medical cannabis.

Patients must be able to obtain legitimate medical records or health documentation that will aid their diagnosis to be recommended alternative medicine. These health records are extremely important and should be transferred over to the recommending doctor’s office or to a patient’s first-ever medical marijuana evaluation — *Learn how to request your medical records

Patients must obtain a written certification from a doctor or nurse that is licensed to recommend medical marijuana in the State of Maryland by the Podiatrist Medical Examiners, Maryland Board of Nursing, the Maryland Board of Physicians, or the Maryland Board of Dental Examiners. It should also be taken into consideration that patients are highly encouraged to establish a long-standing relationship with the physician conducting any evaluations — *Find a certified medical marijuana physician in Maryland

In order for a patient to become approved into the state’s medical marijuana program, an application for a Maryland medical marijuana card must be filled out and submitted to the Natalie M. LaPrade Medical Marijuana Commission. You must complete and submit your entire online application in one session. In order to apply, you must have an electronic copy of a valid US federal or state government-issued photo ID and proof of Maryland address or treatment at a Maryland medical facility.

Patients also have the ability to purchase an ID card for $50 from the commission to help keep track of their commission-issued Patient ID number. Though the card is not required to buy medical marijuana products, the Patient ID number is needed for certification.

Note: If a patient does not use their certification to purchase medicinal cannabis products within 120 days of it being issued, the certification becomes void.

Who Qualifies for Medicinal Marijuana in Maryland

House Bill 881, signed by the Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley in April 14, 2014 — effective June 01, 2014 — tasked the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Natalie M. LaPrade Medical Marijuana Commission, with developing regulations for a patient registry and identification cards, dispensary licensing, settling fees and possession limits.

What Ailments Qualify For Medical Cannabis in Maryland

Patients in Maryland diagnosed with one of the following severe, debilitating, or life-threatening medical conditions, are afforded legal protection under the Maryland Medical Marijuana law, as per the Natalie M. LaPrade Medical Marijuana Commission:

A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition that results in a patient being admitted into hospice or receiving palliative care; or

A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or the treatment of a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition that produces:

Step 1 | Schedule an appointment to get certified

During a 10-15 minute virtual appointment, a physician will evaluate your ailments and answer any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. If qualified, the doctor will certify you directly within the Department of Health Medical Marijuana Registry following the appointment.
You will need the following:

Step 2 | Register Online

Visit the MMCC Registry website and click the “Create Account” link under the “Patients” heading

Step 3 | Verify Email

After submitting your online application, you will receive a verification email

Step 4 | Optional Final Step

Once approved by the MMCC, you can do the following:

Qualifications

State of Pennsylvania

How to Become A Medical Marijuana Patient in Pennsylvania

These are the 23 Qualifying Medical Conditions for the Use of Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania

The State of Pennsylvania has stated that there are 23 ‘Serious Medical Conditions’ that may qualify a patient to receive a Medical Marijuana Card. We can help in understanding the guidelines and requirements of the PA Department of Health.

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CannaHealth partners with local and national organization that support the goals and vision of alternative medicines and medical marijuana. Our list of partners is growing!