How to Renew Your Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Card
It's easy to renew your medical marijuana card in Pennsylvania. All that is needed is an updated certificate and the renewal fee. You can continue to be a patient for as long as you like after getting put on the state's register.
To buy marijuana from a dispensary in Pennsylvania, your certification must be updated every 12 months. The mandatory doctor's reevaluation ensures medicinal marijuana is still appropriate and safe for each MMJ patient.
An email will be sent to you 60 days before your certificate expires reminding you to renew it. Then, you may make an online appointment with any of the licensed medical marijuana doctors at the Sanctuary. Your evaluation will be similar to your original MMJ consultation.
Thirty days before the payment deadline for your renewal, the Department of Health will also send you an email reminder. After that, you may go into your account to confirm that a legitimate payment method is stored there. Your card won't expire if you pay the $50 renewal charge within 30 days of receiving this message.
Your doctor will inquire about your symptoms, as well as how you feel during and after using medicinal marijuana. Based on your experiences, you can ask questions about marijuana-related topics. Your certification will be sent to the state registry by the doctor. It will instantly connect to your account.
Make sure the address that is shown for you online is correct. As long as your doctor's certificate is current and your payment is accepted, the state will automatically mail you a replacement MMJ card.