Follow these steps for your Maryland MMJ card

Maryland patients are now able to obtain their pin number to complete the registration process for a Maryland MMJ card.

The Maryland Cannabis Commission has officially opened the patient registry!!! The patient registry allows patients to submit an application for registration within Maryland’s Medical Marijuana Program. The Commission will be allowing patients to register based on the first letter of their last name. Last names A through L will be able to register April 10th to April 17th. Patients with last names M through Z will be able to register April 17 to April 24th. Open enrollment will begin on April 24th to all patients and all last names. Please visit to complete the patient registry. If you are having difficulty registering, please attend one of the patient registry fairs listed below.

PATIENT REGISTRY FAIRS: MMCC will have staff available to assist patients with registration around the state from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM at each location on the following dates: (ONCE REGISTRATION OPENS, PLEASE VISIT THE NEW PATIENT SECTION REGARDING NECESSARY DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS YOU WILL NEED TO BRING WITH YOU)

  • May 1 – Eastern Shore Hospital Center (English Hall)                                                                                                                                                            5262 Woods Road, Cambridge, Maryland 21613


  •      May 2 – Kaplan University Administration Building Room 106

8618 Crestwood Drive, Hagerstown, Maryland 21742


  • May 3 – Charles County Government Building

Accounting Conference Room

200 Baltimore Street, La Plata, Maryland 20646


  • May 4 – Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

4201 Patterson Avenue, Rooms 105 & 106   Baltimore, Maryland 21215


Upon completion of the registry the patient will receive a specific 25-digit ID registration number. However, completing the registration does not complete the process of obtaining your medical marijuana card. Once the registration is complete, the patient will then have to see a physician who is registered within the Maryland Medical Marijuana Program. The physician will evaluate the patient and make the determination whether the patient should qualify for the program. The physician must have a bona-fide relationship with the patient in order to qualify them into the program.

If you have already started a bona-fide relationship with a registered physician, please contact one of our representatives by phone or email so that we can assist you with completing the process. The Commission chose to roll out the program early to allow patients time to establish a bona-fide doctor-patient relationship by the time medical marijuana is available for purchase. If you have not yet seen a registered medical marijuana doctor, we recommend that you immediately contact us to do so. You can call Greenway Consults at 410-762-8745 or email us at