Liberty Heath opens another Florida dispensary

Liberty Heath opens another Florida dispensary

The new dispensary will open today

Liberty Health Sciences (CNQ: LHS) continues to position itself as the leading cannabis dispensary company in Florida. In addition to operating the largest cultivation spaces in the state, Liberty has been actively pursuing new locations to launch its retail stores and is ready to turn the key on its 13th facility, located in Bonita Springs.

The company just opened its 12th dispensary about three weeks ago, that one in Gainesville. That new facility was opened just a few short weeks after the company launched its tenth and its eleventh dispensaries.

According to Victor E. Mancebo, Liberty’s interim CEO, “Each day Liberty works to help our patients live the life they deserve through our commitment to provide them access to the highest quality medicinal cannabis. We are excited to open the doors to our patients in Bonita Springs and serve our patients in Lee County. This location will mark Liberty’s first location in the Southwest region of the state. Many patients have inquired about a dispensary in this region, and this dispensary highlights Liberty’s commitment [to] promoting the accessibility of medical cannabis to the Florida patient community.”

The new facility is located on Production Circle Bonita Springs off the Tamiami Trail, aka “Alligator Alley.” It is open Monday through Friday 10 AM to 7 PM, Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM and Sunday 12 PM to 5 PM. It encompasses 4,000 square feet and includes new shopping displays designed to engage and educate patients, as well as two private consultation rooms and two private waiting rooms.

Liberty Health was also recently given approval by the Florida Department of Health for several other advances the company has been working on. It was authorized to use 80,000 square feet of an enclosed greenhouse at the company’s Liberty 360 campus in Gainesville – giving Liberty a total of 228,880 square feet of grow space – and has also been approved for the distribution of pre-roll and whole flower smokables in the state.

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