Registration: Patients/Caregivers

  • Minor Patients (Under 18 years of age):
    Minor patients are required to have at least one caregiver assigned to their accounts at all times. Only parents or legal guardians 21 years of age and older are eligible to serve as caregivers for minor patients.

Caregivers must register with the Commission prior to registering the minor patient. Registering a minor patient requires additional forms, one of which must be notarized, so please review carefully the requirements in the Process Overview and Quick Reference Card documents for registering a minor patient.



For additional information​ on caregivers, please visit the Caregivers page and review the Process Overview and Quick Reference Card documents for registering as a caregiver.​

For additional information from the Maryland Medical Cannabis Program, please visit the Patient and Caregiver​ pages on MMCC's website.

Patients must first register on the Maryland Medical Commission's Website.

Keep Scrolling for Step by Step Directions ...

Step 1:

Register as a Patient or Caregiver on the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission's Website. When on the website, you will click "create an account" to begin your registration. Maryland Medical Cannabis Patient cards must be purchased online for $50 through the MMCC's website. Once purchased online, your temporary card will be available and can be printed out and used while you await your Maryland Medical Cannabis Patient identification card in the mail.

**Please note: If you are using your Maryland issued ID, it must be a verified "REAL ID" or else your application will be rejected. 

Step 2:

Once registered, a patient must schedule an appointment with a medical provider (physicians, nurse practitioners, podiatrists, dentists) that is registered with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission as a medical provider. The patient is required by law to have a bona fide provider-patient relationship with the provider and the provider must approve medical cannabis as a treatment option for the patient for a qualifying medical condition.


Qualifying medical conditions include cachexia, anorexia, wasting syndrome, severe pain, severe nausea, seizures, severe or persistent muscle spasms, glaucoma, post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain.

Local Medical Providers:

Dr. William "Eddie" Gunn

Shore Wellness Med Spa

11200 Racetrack Road, Suite A-104

Berlin, MD 21811

Step 3:

If the provider believes that the patient's conditions/symptoms will be helped by medical cannabis and fall within the Maryland pre-approved conditions/ailment guidelines, the provider will issue a written certification. The provider will record the written certification on the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission's website. In doing so, a dispensary agent is able to then access the certificate to validate a Maryland Medical Cannabis Patient. When visiting Positive Energy, a patient must have their Maryland Medical Cannabis Card present when purchasing medical cannabis. 

After receiving your written certification, First Time Patients to Positive Energy can Save Time by Registering to the Dispensary Online > CLICK HERE

More information about the Maryland Medical Cannabis Program is available on the Official MMCC Website

9939 Jerry Mack Road, Suite 500

Ocean City, MD 21842

Tel: 410-877-2017


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