Medical Marijuana Card Doctor Evaluations are now available at the Sanctuary. Our doctor will evaluate your condition and is authorized to issue your card.
The doctors that we work with at The Sanctuary are licensed from the State of Pennsylvania to legally certify patients for medical marijuana. No prior doctors consultation is necessary.
Evaluations are $199
"Dr. Cindy was lovely, kind and informative. The woman at the front desk was also very kind and helpful. I had a great experience here and I will definitely recommend the sanctuary and Dr. Cindy to all my friends.* "
Call (484) 346-5140 to schedule an appointment to see a doctor at the Sanctuary. Consult with our doctor for 10-15 minutes to evaluate your ailments, and ask questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment.
You will need to register with the state with your driver’s license ID number. The system will give you a patient ID number that the Doctor will upload at your appointment to update your records to reflect that you have been certified for medical marijuana treatment.
After you have been certified, you will need to register with the PA DOH and submit the $50 application fee. You will then be mailed your card and you can begin purchasing marijuana legally from any PA dispensary with your card in hand. Cards typically take 3 to 5 business days after you register to arrive in the mail.
Your certification is valid for one year. You will need to renew it annually by having another consultation with the doctor. The Sanctuary will get in touch with you when your certification is approaching its expiration to help you setup a renewal consultation.
Call (484) 346-5140
On April 17, 2016 the Pennsylvania General assembly passed the Medical Marijuana Act (Act). This legalized the sale, possession and use of medical cannabis. To obtain a medical marijuana card and obtain medical cannabis from dispensaries the patient must be a Pennsylvania resident. A PDH-approved doctor must verify the patient’s medical condition in order to acquire certification.
Pennsylvania dispensaries offer cannabis flower in its dry form, oils, pills, tinctures, cream, ointments, and liquids. The flower can not be smoked, it has to be vaporized. You can learn more about the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana program by visiting the Pennsylvania Getting Medical Marijuana page here.