Revolution Medical Cannabis is now offering its services at Crane Medical located in the Northridge Business Centre. Trusted “Cann-Experts” are available to provide comprehensive cannabis education and medical cannabis prescriptions to Grande Prairie and surrounding communities.
CALGARY, AB, January 14/20 — In 2018, Revolution Medical Cannabis began their journey to educate and advocate for medical cannabis in Calgary, Alberta. By focusing on patients’ well-being and improving outcomes, the unique patient offered by Revolution Medical Cannabis quickly began to garner attention. As a result, the company saw significant expansion in 2020, and now boasts 10 locations (with more on the way). One of the newest clinics to join the RMC family is Crane Medical located in the Northridge Business Centre, 10055 120 Ave #104 in Grande Prairie.
At Crane Medical, RMC’s cannabis-prescribing doctors and educators are not only enlightening patients about the plant’s health benefits but are also providing valuable follow-up support to ensure safety and improved outcomes. By working closely with cannabis prescribing physicians, the “Cann-Experts” on the RMC team create customized treatment plans for patients based on their unique needs and health history.
This overall-health approach, combined with RMC’s commitment to compassionate support, has allowed many Albertans to explore the benefits of this medicinal plant in a safe and non-judgmental manner. There has been a spotlight on medical cannabis and its potential healing properties for a long time, but interest surged following the legalization of the drug in June 2018. The Revolution Medical Cannabis blog is a resource that shines a light on the recent research that has surged, touching on topics such as stress-management to how cannabis helps arthritis.
Removing the stigma surrounding cannabis and educating Canadians about its safety and efficacy has become a focus for the team at RMC, especially as our country faces a serious opioid crisis.
RMC President, Ali Oonwala, felt compelled to spread his medical cannabis knowledge in response to the growing dependency many Canadians have on highly addictive prescription drugs. “I started RMC mainly to help improve the quality of life of opioid -dependent patients and to be able to give a positive impact on their daily struggles, “ said Oonwala, a pharmacist of over 10 years who has served in inner-city Calgary and Seattle.
Alberta residents interested in joining the +4000 patients can book their cannabis appointment for either in person or virtual.
To speak with a team member of our medical cannabis Grand Prairie clinic, please call (403) 764 0050.