Terry Roycroft reports
GLOBAL HEALTH CLINICS COMMITS TO EXPAND CLINIC EXPANSION, THROUGH BUILDING AND ACQUISITION PROGRAM ACROSS CANADA
Global Health Clinics Ltd. and its subsidiary, Medicinal Cannabis Resource Center (MCRCI), have committed to expanding the company's clinic outreach initiative through a series of acquisitions and openings nationally. The initiative program provides primary cannabis health care and outreach, targeting areas of Canadians that do not have readily accessible cannabis or cannabis information. Once fully operational, the program will be able to provide thousands of Canadians annually with information and its ACMPR (Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations) licence, linking them with one of Health Canada's licensed producers.
Currently targeted are clinics in British Columbia and Alberta; these partner-operated clinics act as a vital link between the communities in which they operate and the local health authority by facilitating better cannabis care and information for potential patients. Further, these clinics will further help the pavilion arm of the company expand its out reach to more rural areas, broadening the outreach of Global Health Clinics.
"At Global Health Clinics, a cornerstone of our beliefs is that all Canadians should have access to medicinal cannabis as well as recreational. By facilitating better health outcomes for our fellow Canadians, we will continue to be a key component of the rapid growth cannabis sector. As we have seen in developed markets like Washington and Colorado the medicinal market is extremely lively and active accounting for a large portion of overall cannabis purchases," stated Terry Roycoft, chief executive officer of Global Health Clinics.
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