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Ultra Health strives to improve every aspect of human health by providing their patients and future patients with the highest quality medical marijuana and care possible. With a commitment to excellence throughout the process, from production to patient education and beyond, Ultra Health strives to be Hobbs, New Mexico’s premiere resource for all things medical cannabis.
Ultra Health’s origins began out of a strong inspiration to help those in need of medical marijuana while advancing the economies of Native American tribes in New Mexico. The founders of Ultra Health realized that in many Native American nations, in addition to the horrible events of past U.S.-Tribal relations, much of their populations were addicted to pharmaceutical opioids or alcoholism. As a way of restoring balance, Ultra Health teamed up with different tribes to invigorate their economy and to aid patients there and across New Mexico. Since opening their first dispensary in late 2015, Ultra Health now serves patients out of seven separate facilities throughout New Mexico, with plans to expand to more as the New Mexico medical marijuana program becomes more widespread.
The staff at Ultra Health makes every effort to help their patients achieve their highest quality of life. At their Hobbs dispensary, the team is ready to answer any questions a patient may have, and work one-on-one with individuals to determine the medicine that will best help with their condition and achieve their health goals. At their corporate office, Ultra Health also is a viable advocate for state litigation involving medical marijuana, and the entire team makes every effort to enable medical cannabis access to any patient in need.
Ultra Health’s selection is constantly rotating and changing to meet the widest pool of patient needs while offering the most top quality product around. They grow their strains of flower out of their advanced local greenhouse facility and display many varieties of concentrates, edibles, vaporizer products and topicals. Ultra Health also carries an expansive menu of high-CBD medicine, such as Charlotte’s Web, as well as a variety of accessories. Each cannabis product is tested and registered in the state traceability system.
Ultra Health is currently a cash-only facility and offers discounts to veterans and seniors in addition to their daily specials. Their dispensaries in Hobbs and throughout the state are all waiting to answer patient concerns over the phone, and if an onsite staff member doesn’t answer, someone at corporate will pick up and provide any assistance. Each of their locations has great parking with handicap accessibility.
With seven offices spread across New Mexico, Ultra Health’s Hobbs location serves patients along the eastern region of the state. Their Hobbs office provides aid to patients from the Hobbs, Knowles, Monument, Oil Center, Eunice, Jal, Bennett, Buckeye, Maljamar and Lovington communities, as well as the surrounding rural areas.
Hobbs, New Mexico lies right on the border of New Mexico and Texas, off the 62 freeway and a short distance north of the Mexican line. The Zia Park Casino Hotel and Racetrack call Hobbs its home, with the Harry McAdams Park campgrounds only a short distance away. Visitors may travel in through the Lea County Regional Airport, and the Hobbs Country Club golf course is a beautiful area of greenery. From Clovis south to Jal, Ultra Health proudly serves their many patients.
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This place is amazing! The staff is very friendly and professional!!! We love going here on a bad day because they cheer us up! The quality of the bud is better than anywhere else we've been in Hobbs.
If you would like decent flower with not that great of service, definitely check these people out. If you would like the same quality cannabis, and great from a friendly staff. Go to H.E.S on the other end of dal Paso. They are much nicer than the staff here, & actually appreciate patients.
Treat all of your patients equal. Be polite. Be professional, greet every customer, stop acting like a trap house and act like a medical cannabis store or pharmacy. Conduct yourself with class. That's all patients want. Not rude ass managers and employees acting like the patients owe them something. Gain some class and respect yourselves enough to act professional. Because the cannabis you have had lately is garbage and the quality is very inconsistent. From the flower to the service. I would rather suffer and not have my medication than to continue help keep them employed or the business running. And that's sad, when a patient has to suffer because workers refuse to act professional and polite. Especially the assistant manager who seems like he hates life, his job, and people. Poor Hobbs patients have to deal with such ignorance, and unprofessional employees.
When the manager is rude to you, they shouldn't be a manager. When the employees decide to be rude to you even though they're working. When you bring businesses to Hobbs, unfortunately you end up with Hobbs workers. Caleb is rude, and shouldn't work as often. He is short and dry to one patient, than happy and cheerful to the next. Show more consistency, and please for other patients sake. Gain some integrity and class about yourselves and conduct yourselves professional at all times. Its common sense, be polite to patients and treat ultra health like your job. Instead of acting like drug dealers, you don't owe ultra health. So please stop acting so unprofessional. The only professional manager I have encountered was Phillip, all of the others in new Mexico are horrible, fake, & highly unprofessional.
Staff isn't always friendly to patients, they are polite to the people they know. The assistant manager is always short and dry. He doesn't need to be a manager conducting himself the way he does. Filed complaints but nothing seems to change. The management lacks leadership and professionalism. They should value patients more and treat everyone equally and fair. They value money more than patients. The products are always inconsistent sometimes they have good flower, most of the time they don't. I'm disappointed and feel unappreciated. But that's how life is now. People don't value their jobs like they once did, but they need more training when it comes to customer service, because they have absolutely NONE!!
I love how I fell happy as a customer when I walk out and they are helpful to me