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Qualification Process

The Health Center LLC in Glenn Dale, Maryland, adheres to Maryland's medical marijuana law as part of our duties. While it requires a strict certification process, our medical marijuana consultations endeavor to make the application process as quick and easy as possible for our patients. For any other questions, see our Frequently Asked Questions Page.

Medical Condition Consultation

Medical Condition

First and foremost, you must have a medical condition that qualifies you for the use of medical marijuana under Maryland's state laws. There are several conditions that could fall under this category. Aside from the commonly known list below, there could be other injuries or conditions that interfere with your daily life that also may be considered. Common conditions that may qualify include:

• Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
• Seizures
• Crohn's Disease
• Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
• Muscular Dystrophy
• Anxiety
• Depression
• Cancer
• Hepatitis B

• Alzheimer's
• Bipolar Disorder
• Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
• Nausea
• Muscle Spasms

Medical Records

Our Maryland medical marijuana doctors would like to review your most recent medical records, if applicable. If you prefer that we handle your medical record collection, you must complete the medical release form and email or mail it to our office, so that we may request your medical records from your treatment providers. If you already have your medical records, you can fax or mail them to us.

Physician Review

Any condition can qualify for medical cannabis as long as you have a Maryland board-certified physician in good standing recommend you. Upon receipt of your medical records, our physicians will thoroughly review your records prior to your certification appointment. Our staff will then call you to set an appointment within 24 hours of receiving your medical records.

Certification Appointment

At your certification appointment, our physicians will talk with you about your medical condition that may qualify you for the Maryland Medical Marijuana Program. After review and approval, qualified patients will receive a signed Physician Certification Form that will allow them to apply for a medical marijuana identification card in the state of Maryland. In order to receive the Physician Certification Form, patients must be a valid Maryland resident, show proof of residence, and pay the physician's visit fee. Please note that insurance companies do not cover medical marijuana consultations or the state's medical marijuana application fee. 

Patient Form

Our medical marijuana information and certification center outlines these conditions and ensures that each patient gets the information, support, and care that they need and deserve for quality of life. Schedule an appointment with us today, and please print and fill out our Patient Info Form before your appointment.