One of the leading North American cannabis operators, TerrAscend, just announced the expansion of its footprint in Pennsylvania with the opening of its third retail dispensary on July 6, 2020. This is a fresh, newly-renovated 5,000-square-foot dispensary that will feature the company’s popular dispensary brand, Apothecarium. This medical marijuana dispensary will be located at 2701 Lincoln Hwy East, Thorndale, Pennsylvania.
This new facility will be a full-service medical marijuana dispensary, which means that the store will also offer private consultation rooms with highly trained medical staff to provide a great experience to patients and caregivers. Also, the store will offer a wide variety of cannabis products, such as dried flower, vaporizable and activated oils, concentrates, capsules, topicals and all the ancillary devices to make use of the products. This brand-new location will also have both online and in-store pickup and soon, curbside pickup, too, which is great to consider for these times amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“Patients in southeast Pennsylvania will now have additional access to the essential medicines they need,” said Greg Rochlin, CEO of Ilera, a TerrAscend’s subsidiary. “Our mission is to provide our patients with quality medical marijuana in a welcoming environment with empathy, education, and ongoing personal support. We aim to help customers find the right medicine for their needs and to help them understand how to use it safely and effectively.”
The Apothecarium Thorndale has great features like inviting furniture and natural light. Also, it has adapted to the current safety measures and protocols to avoid the spreading of the coronavirus, so visitors are required to wear a mask.
“Pennsylvania’s medical cannabis program is rapidly growing, and with this third Apothecarium location we have expanded our footprint and solidified our commitment to local patients,” said Jason Ackerman, CEO of TerrAscend. “I’m proud of the work our team has done to provide a model of outstanding medical care and service that supports the health and well-being of Pennsylvania residents.”