Liberty Health Sciences is going through some changes right now, but it is still determined to keep things running as smoothly as possible. In line with the cannabis company’s goals, it continues to introduce new dispensaries to the Florida landscape, with the newest just opening in Fort Meyers on the Sunshine State’s west coast. This makes 29 cannabis shops Liberty Health operates across Florida, with several more expected to open throughout the year.
The new dispensary has opened its doors at 8951 Daniels Parkway in the city. It offers all of the brands carried by Liberty Health to promote better quality-of-life solutions and is open seven days a week. Monday through Friday, it operates from 10 AM to 7 PM, on Saturdays it is open from 10 AM to 5 PM and on Sundays, it opens from 12 PM to 5 PM.
As with all of Liberty Health’s dispensaries, the new Fort Meyers location provides a well-trained staff to help consumers make the best choices. It also includes an ample waiting room and private consultation areas, as well as art and decorations that are provided by local-area artists. The décor, in keeping with the company’s standard practices, rotates regularly to feature new art from local artists.
George Gremse, Liberty Health’s interim CEO, said in a statement, “Liberty will be opening new locations throughout the year to continually provide patient-driven customer service and access to the broadest assortment of premium medical cannabis products and devices across the state. In February, we will open a store in Ft. Pierce, St. Lucie County, to increase our presence on the east coast of the state and Port Charlotte in Charlotte County to serve the southwest. In March, we plan to open locations in the Florida panhandle in Mary Ester and central Florida in the city of Sebring located in Highlands County.”
The Ft. Pierce dispensary mentioned by Gremse is one of nine more the company expects to launch before the end of this summer. Provided all open as planned, Liberty Health will then operate 42 dispensaries across the state.