Baltimore Progressive Compassionate Care is a compassionate medical organization that specializes in medical marijuana treatment. Patients who are diagnosed with a qualifying condition in Maryland can now request an appointment to be evaluated by a state-approved physician at Baltimore Progressive Compassionate Care. During the evaluation, the medical history of the patient will be thoroughly reviewed. The attending clinician will use their medical expertise and judgement to determine whether or not the patient will benefit from obtaining a medical marijuana card. The doctor and staff will then develop a plan that includes any necessary follow-up visits, ensuring each patient maintains their legal cardholder status as dictated by the Maryland Medical Marijuana Program.
Telemedicine appointments are available and evaluations are conducted on a by-appointment basis, for more information please call (443) 417-1119.
First Time: $200
Follow Up: $100
Discount Price: $175
Booking Fee: $0
Length: 30 min
Insurance Accepted: No
Years In Practice: 22
|Thursday:||12:00 PM - 4:30 PM|
|Saturday:||10:00 AM - 4:00 PM|
Patients who live in Middle River or that are located near Rossville, Perry Hall, Essex, Carney, Rosedale, Parkville, Towson, and Dundalk may find that the office of Baltimore Progressive Compassionate Care is the closest medical office offering medical marijuana services. Telemedicine appointments are available from the comfort and safety of your own home. The doctors at this facility believe that patients should have access to any form of medicine that may help to alleviate their debilitating symptoms. Patients who believe they will benefit from obtaining a medical marijuana card are encouraged to book an appointment today to receive a consultation with Baltimore Progressive Compassionate Care. Many patients throughout the state of Maryland have returned to a life with less pain, stress, and anxiety thanks to medicinal cannabis treatment. Individuals throughout MD now have the ability to access medicinal cannabis with the assistance of Baltimore Progressive Compassionate Care, who can help patients determine if this form of treatment will be right for them.