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All PAMMJ appointments are conducted via telemedicine to comply with social distancing policies. Questions or comments? Feel free to contact us at [email protected]!

All patients must be Pennsylvania residents and have a valid driver’s license or state identification card. All doctor’s appointments will be conducted via telemedicine to comply with social distancing policies.

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Book a free new patient consultation with us if you are just getting started. On this phone call, a member of the PAMMJ team will explain the process of obtaining your medical card, answer any questions that you may have, and get you registered with the Department of Health to obtain your patient ID number. We will then get you scheduled for your evaluation with a DOH-approved physician. After you pick your time for your evaluation with the physician, you will be emailed an invoice for $125, which is due the same day. This invoice is paid securely online with a credit or debit card.

If you have questions regarding renewing your medical card feel free to book a call with us and we will answer your questions and assist you in scheduling your patient evaluation.

If you have already registered as a new patient on the PA Dept. of Health website, you can click here to book a time for your appointment with a Pennsylvania-approved physician. The cost of the appointment is $125, which is paid at the end of the booking process via credit or debit card through a secure credit card processor. You are required to have a DOH-issued patient ID number for this appointment. If you do not have one, please book a new patient consultation and we will assist you with obtaining one.

If you are a current patient and your card is within 60 days of expiring, you can schedule a renewing evaluation with a PA Dept. of Health-approved physician to renew for another 12-month period. Click here to choose a time for the call and then make a secure payment of $75 at checkout via credit or debit card. You will receive a confirmation e-mail with further instructions and helpful tips.


Is your medical card within 60 days of expiration/already expired?


The Pennsylvania Department of Health will not allow the physician to renew your patient certification until you are within 60 days of the expiration date on your medical card.

Please come back and book a call with the physician when you are within that time frame, and we will be happy to help you once you’re eligible. Please e-mail any questions to [email protected].


You are about to book a free consultation with a member of the PAMMJ team. This phone call is NOT your doctor’s appointment. You will be called at the time you select to answer your questions and assist you with scheduling a doctor’s appointment.


We are happy to assist you and answer any questions that you may have. What would you like to do?


Do you have any questions about renewing your card before meeting with the doctor?

Have you registered with the Pennsylvania Department of Health and obtained a Patient ID?