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10.62.06.00.htm 10.62.06.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 62 NATALIE LAPRADE MEDICAL CANNABIS COMMISSION Chapter 06 Patient and Caregiver Identification Cards Authority: Health-General Article, §13-3301, 13-3302(d) 13-3303(g) and 13-3307(f)3) Annotated Code of Maryland
10.62.06.01.htm 10.62.06.01. 01 Patient Identification Cards.. A. A qualifying patient may apply to the Commission for an identification card as part of the qualifying process by logging onto the Commission website and submitting:1) The completed application form as provided by the Commission;. 2) A current, clear photograph of the applicant’s face taken within 6 months of application;. 3) A copy of the qualifying patient’s government identification card or other proof of identity; and.
10.62.06.02.htm 10.62.06.02. 02 Caregiver Identification Cards.. A. Upon being designated a caregiver by a qualifying patient, a caregiver shall:. 1) Apply to the Commission for an identification card; and. 2) Submit to the Commission:. a) The name of the qualifying patient for whom the caregiver is providing assistance or for whom the caregiver is a parent or legal guardian;b) Proof that the caregiver is authorized to act as a caregiver by the qualifying patient;.
10.62.06.03.htm 10.62.06.03. 03 Loss, Destruction or Theft of Identification Card.. If an identification card is lost, destroyed or stolen, within 72 hours of becoming aware of the loss, destruction or theft, the cardholder shall:A. Report the loss, destruction, or theft to the Commission; and. B. Apply for a replacement card; and. C. Pay the replacement card fee specified in COMAR 10.62.35..
10.62.06.04.htm 10.62.06.04. 04 Change of Name or Address.. If there is any change in the qualifying patient or the caregiver name or address, the qualifying patient or caregiver shall:A. Notify the Commission within 30 days; and. B. If seeking a replacement identification card, pay the identification card replacement fee to obtain a new identification card.
10.62.06.05.htm 10.62.06.05. 05 Circumstances Requiring Return of Identification Card to Commission.. A. If a certifying physician fails to renew a qualifying patient certification, a qualifying patient shall return an identification card to the Commission within 5 business days.B. A caregiver shall return his or her identification card with respect to a qualifying patient to the Commission within 5 business days if:1) A certifying physician terminates or fails to renew a written certificat
10.62.06.06.htm 10.62.06.06. 06 Renewal of Identification Card.. A. A qualifying patient shall renew their identification card before it expires.. B. A caregiver shall renew their identification card before it expires..
10.62.06.07.htm 10.62.06.07. 07 Misuse of Identification Card.. A. If an individual attempts to use a qualifying patient or caregiver identification card to whom it has not been issued, any registered dispensary agent to whom it is offered shall confiscate it and initiate the return of the card to the Commission within 5 business days.B. If a person presents to a law enforcement officer an identification card of a qualifying patient or caregiver to whom it has not been issued, the law enforcement officer sh
10.62.06.9999.htm 10.62.06.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 14, 2015 (42:18 Md. R. 1176).
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