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Registration: Patients/Caregivers

Step 1:
If you do not already have an account through 'OneStop Maryland,' you will have to do make an account. Click the link below to go to the One Stop Maryland website and click the link on the top right of the page that says "REGISTER"
If you already have account made, please move on to step 2.

Step 2:
Once you have created a OneStop Maryland account, you will be able to fill out the form to Register as a Patient or Caregiver.

There are 3 Different Types OF Patient Registration:
1) Adult Patient Registration (Maryland Resident over the age of 18)
2) Hospice Patient Registration (Any hospice patient that is a Maryland Resident)
3) Minor Patient Registration (Maryland Resident under the age of 18 and is required to have at least one caregiver)


Maryland Medical Cannabis Patient cards must be purchased online for $25 through the MMCC's website (Valid for 6 Years). 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.

To register as a Caregiver in Maryland, you must be 21 years or older and submit a Caregiver Registration form. No guests are permitted in the back on the sales floor. You must be a registered caregiver in order to accompany a patient or purchase for them. 
Click button below for Caregiver Form

If you have any issues signing up, use these OneStop Resources:
- MMCC Call Center (410-487-8100)
- Technical Support:
**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 3:
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.


*Please note, each Certifying Provider sets their own pricing. Pricing may differ between providers. 

Shore Wellness & Med Spa

Dr. William "Eddie" Gunn

11200 Racetrack Road, Suite A-104

Berlin, MD 21811

410 973 1030


Molly, nurse practitioner

Molly Garges, WHNP-BC, MPH

**Offers Same Day Telehealth Consultations**

410 988 4446


Harvest Medical

Angela Borrell, NP

103 Williamsport Circle

Salisbury, MD 21804

410 603 5344


OC Wellness

Keesha Holden-White, NP

1410 S. Salisbury Blvd, Unit #1

Salisbury, MD 21804

443 944 9245


Step 4:

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.


(Please note you will need to see a certifying provider annually because written certificates expire after 1 year, which contrasts from your registration with the state that lasts 6 years.)

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

(Caregivers can provide their Caregiver-ID number in this form as well)

When visiting Positive Energy, a patient must have a photo issued Government Identification Card  present when purchasing medical cannabis. 

When a Caregiver visits Positive Energy to make a purchase for a patient, the caregiver must have their caregiver ID number electronically linked within the patient's profile so that an agent may query the database to ensure they may legally purchase for the patient. The caregiver's photo issued Government Identification Card (license, etc) must be presented when purchasing medical cannabis for their patient. 

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