Welcome To PAMMJ
Patients Helping Patients
3 Steps to Get Your Card
Book An Appointment
If you are a new patient that has not registered with the Dept. of Health, book a free consultation so we can get you registered and answer any questions you have. At the end of your consultation, we will schedule your appointment with the doctor. If you are already registered or renewing your card, book an appointment with the doctor.
Talk To A Doctor
Answer the phone when the doctor calls you at your scheduled appointment time to complete your evaluation. All appointments are conducted via phone and payments are processed securely online with a credit or debit card. If you are not approved, you will receive a full refund.
Get Your Card
After your appointment with the doctor, you will need to pay a fee of $50 online to the Dept. of Health to have the card mailed to you. *Patients who qualify for (MMAP) are exempt from this fee.
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Chad guided me through the process and was with me every step of the way. Can’t say enough about his knowledge and professionalism. I only recommend Chad for any one who asks where to educated about medical marijuana.
When should I renew my card?
You can begin the renewal process within 60 days of the expiration date on your current card. The PAMMJ team recommends renewing your card at least 3 weeks in advance to ensure your new patient card is delivered before your current card expires. It can take up to 7-10 business days for your new card to arrive after the appointment with the doctor.
How much does it cost to get a medical card?
New Patient: $125
Renewing Patient: $75
*After your appointment with the doctor, you must log in to your patient profile on the Dept. of Health website and pay the $50 annual fee to the state. Individuals who qualify for the Medical Marijuana Assistance Program (MMAP) are exempt from this fee.*
Do I qualify for a PA medical card?
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis;
- Anxiety disorders;
- Cancer, including remission therapy;
- Crohn’s disease;
- Damage to the nervous tissue of the central nervous system (brain-spinal cord) with objective neurological indication of intractable spasticity, and other associated neuropathies;
- Dyskinetic and spastic movement disorders;
- HIV / AIDS;
- Huntington’s disease;
- Inflammatory bowel disease;
- Intractable seizures;
- Multiple sclerosis;
- Neurodegenerative diseases;
- 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;
- Parkinson’s disease;
- Post-traumatic stress disorder;
- Severe chronic or intractable pain of neuropathic origin or severe chronic or intractable pain;
- Sickle cell anemia;
- Terminal illness
- Tourette syndrome
How can I contact the Department of Health?
Contact the DOH Help Desk at 888-733-5595