1. Register in PA Medical Marijuana Site
In any state where a medical marijuana card is legal, the first step is your PA medical marijuana card online application. This might sound overwhelming, especially if you’re not very familiar with computers – but not to fear, Compassionate Care Consultants in State College, PA can help you with this preliminary step, computers and all! Make an online virtual appointment with Compassionate Care State College, PA before you begin to register (discounts are available to veterans.)
2. Evaluation with our Doctor
In order to register online, you need a valid PA driver’s license or ID. Gather your medical records – if you need to, fill out a release form with your doctor so that you will have everything you need. Next, Compassionate Care Consultants will evaluate your records to see if you have a qualifying medical condition for a medical marijuana card. Valid conditions include chronic pain, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, Parkinson’s disease, cancer, Huntington’s disease, HIV/AIDS, gout, autism, arthritis, and many more, so make sure your medical records are up to date and at hand.
3. Pay for your Card
The following step is to pay the state for your card, which you will do annually. You’ll need to ensure that your address on file with the state is where you want your card to be sent. It should arrive in 7-10 business days. You are allowed to designate a caregiver who can use your medical marijuana card to purchase the medical marijuana for you at a medical marijuana dispensary.
4. Visit Dispensary
Then, your only question is where to find your future favorite medical marijuana dispensary in State College, PA! How to find a medical dispensary in State College, PA is a topic for a different article. Luckily, you can visit any dispensary in the state of Pennsylvania once you have your medical marijuana card. Securing medical cannabis in State College, PA is possible with the professional, caring help of Compassionate Care Medical Marijuana doctors in State College, PA.
What Should You Bring To The Appointment?
- Photo ID (Driver’s License or State ID)
- Medical records or any document showing the diagnosis of your qualifying condition
- Patient ID / Registration #
If you do not have your medical records in your possession and you need us to request it from your doctor, please fill out the RELEASE FORM and send it back to us by fax or email.