The Allentown Wellness Center, operating out of Dunmore, Pennsylvania, is a doctor’s clinic leading the way in the medical marijuana program in Pennsylvania. The doctor and staff truly care about their patients and are proud to offer certifications for medical cannabis treatment as a piece of their bona fide doctor-patient relationship.
As the Pennsylvania Compassionate Use Act and cannabis industry grows, Dr. David A. Gordon wanted to be among the first doctors in the state to offer compassionate and licensed marijuana certifications to his patients. As a specialist in critical care surgery, trauma and cardiac care, Dr. Gordon recognizes the enormous healing benefits of medical marijuana and wanted to pioneer the emerging Pennsylvania cannabis field by researching cannabis many applications and infusing his patient care using that knowledge. Dr. Gordon wants to help patients with specific conditions and improve the quality of life for patients facing chronic illnesses or ailments and firmly believes in the application of medical cannabis to help his patients find their health.
Under Pennsylvania legislation, doctors and patients are required to form a bona fide medical relationship before introducing marijuana certification into the picture. As such, Dr. Gordon is now offering primary care to prospective patients, and as the program evolves he will happily evaluate his patients to see if medical marijuana could serve as a viable treatment option.
Allentown Wellness Center opened their Dunmore facility after initially founding their first clinic in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Dr. Gordon and his team proudly serve patients traveling from the Dunmore, Scranton, Throop, Dickson City, Chinchilla, Taylor, Old Forge, Moosic, Avoca, Moscow, Daleville, Quicktown, Sterling, Arlington, Avoy, Archbald, Jermyn, Clarks Summit and Dalton neighborhoods.
Dunmore is a neighborhood adjacent to Scranton lying in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. It is home to Marywood University, and the University of Scranton lies in their neighboring city. The Steamtown National Historic Site’s railroad museum hosts many historic steam engines and railroad tracks and other pieces of Scranton’s history as a rail stop. The Nay Aug Park boasts acres of fields, waterfalls and a swimming pool with waterslides for families to enjoy with the beautiful Roaring Brook passing through. From the Penn State Worthington-Scranton campus in Dunmore to the Montage Mountain Ski Resort, patients are welcome at the Allentown Wellness Center in Dunmore.