When will Keystone Shops be open?
Keystone Shops is open in Devon, PA at 420 W. Lancaster Ave and at 367 S Henderson Road in King of Prussia. Keystone Shops in Philadelphia is expected to open in the beginning of 2019.
Does Keystone Shops grow their own medical marijuana?
Keystone Shops only dispenses medical marijuana. It is grown, harvested, and tested by one of the licensed Grower-Processors in Pennsylvania.
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Who will be able to obtain medical marijuana?
Under the Medical Marijuana Program, patients who are residents of the commonwealth and have one of the serious medical condition as certified by a physician will be able to obtain medical marijuana at approved dispensaries that are located in the commonwealth and have a validly-issued permit from the department.
Patients may choose to designate a caregiver, who is allowed to shop and purchase products on their behalf. All caregivers must apply, be approved by the state and receive a caregiver card in the mail. This card will allow them to shop for their designated patient.
Can patients with serious medical conditions receive medical marijuana if they are under 18?
Yes. Patients under the age of 18 with a serious medical condition may obtain medical marijuana through a caregiver. For patients under the age of 18, a caregiver may be a parent or legal guardian, a person designated by a parent or guardian, or an individual approved by the department upon a providing sufficient proof that no parent or legal guardian is appropriate or available. The caregiver must undergo a criminal history background check, apply to the department for an identification card, and be registered with the department. The patient must also have an identification card issued by the department. The department has made applications available to patients on its website.
Can someone else obtain medical marijuana on behalf of a patient?
Yes. When a patient submits an application to the department for a medical marijuana card, he or she may designate up to two caregivers. Caregivers must undergo a criminal history background check, submit an application to the department for an identification card, and be registered with the department. The department has made applications for caregivers available on its website. There is a $50 processing fee for caregiver applications, but the department may waive or reduce the fee if the applicant demonstrates financial hardship on the application.