§ 1181.29. Revocation of a patient certification.
(a) A practitioner shall immediately notify the Department in writing if the practitioner knows or has reason to know that any of the following events are true with respect to a patient for whom the practitioner issued a patient certification:
(1) The patient no longer has the serious medical condition for which the patient certification was issued.
(2) The use of medical marijuana products by the patient would no longer be therapeutic or palliative.
(3) The patient has died.
(b) The Department will revoke a patient certification upon receiving notification of the occurrence of an event listed in subsection (a).
(c) Notwithstanding subsection (a), a practitioner may withdraw the issuance of a patient certification at any time by notifying, in writing, both the patient and the Department.
(d) The Department will immediately notify a medical marijuana cardholder upon the revocation of a patient certification and the information shall be entered into the electronic tracking system.
This section cited in 28 Pa. Code § 1191.24 (relating to medical marijuana cardholder responsibilities); 28 Pa. Code § 1191.30 (relating to revocation or suspension of identification card); and 28 Pa. Code § 1191.31 (relating to obtaining medical marijuana products from a dispensary).
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