National Access Cannabis is a Danforth Medical Marijuana Doctor’s Clinic
National Access Cannabis strives to be Canada’s central resource for medical marijuana education and access, proudly aiding over a thousand patients in their first year of existence. With the goal of eliminating the stigma of medical cannabis, National Access Cannabis in Danforth commits to providing the best doctor professional, educational and legal services for its medical marijuana patients.
The founder of National Access Cannabis, Alex Abellan, originates from several years of outreach and charity work, spending years with citizens in hardship situations to help them find living and employment opportunities. While operating in this environment, he encountered people from all walks of life who used medical marijuana as an alternative to conventional drugs and learned all about their successes and concerns with cannabis. In the face of such support, Mr. Abellan was surprised at how few educational or distribution sources were available for potential patients in need. He was spurred by his desire to help others, and soon after Mr. Abellan began working on what would eventually become National Access Cannabis: a pioneering medical marijuana center dedicated to patient treatment, education, and empowerment.
National Access Cannabis’ compassionate Danforth medical marijuana doctor staff are knowledgeable cannabis patients who have lots of experience navigating the LP system and working with Health Canada. They are prepared to help Danforth patients with any and all questions regarding medical cannabis, as well as the legal system as it stands in Canada. Currently, they are working hard to bring more classes and workshops to our patients on the Danforth.
As thanks for serving their country, veterans are eligible for free medical cannabis evaluations. Their membership includes benefits such as 10% retail stock, help with ordering medical marijuana from any licensed producer, and access to any and all National Access Cannabis events and classes. Appointments are scheduled after patients call the office to discuss their eligibility for medical marijuana, and physicians coordinate follow-up programs on a case-by-case basis.
Located on Danforth Avenue in Toronto, Ontario, National Access Cannabis Danforth Avenue facility is one of six clinics spread throughout Canada’s provinces. Their Danforth location proudly serves patients in the East York, Danforth Village, Woodbine-Lumsden, Upper Beaches, Leslieville, The Beach, Rosedale, Deer Park, Yorkville, Birch Cliff, Oakridge, Thorncliffe Park, North Toronto, York, Victoria Village, Golden Mile, Cliffside Etobicoke and Toronto Island areas.
Danforth Avenue is one of the main streets passing through Toronto, the capital of the Ontario province. Based along Lake Ontario’s northwest shore, Toronto is home to a dynamic mix of cultural, industrial and historical landmarks. The CN Tower stands tall above other skyscrapers, while the Ricoh Coliseum plays host to the NHL’s Marlies, the Rogers Centre hosts the Toronto Blue Jays and other events, and BMO Field is home to the Toronto FC and Toronto Argonauts. The Hockey Hall of Fame lies near Canada’s Walk of Fame downtown, while the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum and the Design Exchange showcase thousands of different artworks and exhibits. From the historic Casa Loma to Centreville Theme Park, National Access Cannabis proudly serves its many patients.
seems cool, haven't talked to the doctor yet. guy below me seems salty.
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Wanna know what Corporate Cannabis looks like? We'll look no further. This clinic only has interest in getting balls deep into the industry, so they can easily make the transition over to dispensaries/liscensed dealer come legalization. It seems they focus on hiring eye Canada for their clinics and booths at special events. Here's the cherry on top... They tell people under the acmpr that their cracker jack box, plastic ID card is legal proof to access cannabis. Giving out bad info/advice to patients is exactly the opposite of what they are supposed to be doing. Don't be fooled by their mushy YouTube videos and interviews. This clinic has no heart and no soul. Just a bunch of eye candy manning the front desk. Oh, and the brains behind the operation is Derek Ogden, an ex RCMP, who spent a good portion of his life ruining peoples lives via the drug war. Now they wanna cash in on the cannabis industry. No Thanks, wolf in sheep's clothing. No room for you in the medical industry 🖕