VANCOUVER, Sept. 28, 2018
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VANCOUVER, Sept. 28, 2018 /CNW/ - Global Health Clinics Ltd. (the "Company") (CSE: MJRX) (Frankfurt: L002) and one of Canada's top 3 largest Licensed producer have established a patient partnership across Canada, in which Global Health Clinics and Licensed producer will work together in adding patients under the ACMPR system.
The licensed producer located on Vancouver Island will provide dedicated staff members not just throughout British Columbia but nationally to educate and support the staff Global Health Clinics when talking to patients and issuing ACMPR licences during business hours. Further the Licensed producer will give Global Health Clinic patients priority processing/onboarding, allowing them to order instantaneously, significantly decreasing patient processing/ordering time.
Global Health Clinics will work with this producer as its Premium LP giving patients a 10 percent discount on its first purchases.
"I'm very pleased to announce this patient partnership with the one of largest LP's in Canada. I think together we will have great success in converting patients over to the ACMPR system. With our nationwide clinic base and this Licensed producer nationwide, brand recognition it is a partnership between two of Canadas premiere cannabis companies. As cannabis becomes recreational in Canada we feel the medical side of cannabis will continue to be a huge portion of the overall market similar to Washington and Colorado due to health care benefits and cost benefits, and we will continue to expand and develop our clinic model and base." States Terry Roycroft - CEO
Global Health Clinics Ltd.
Terry Roycroft, CEO
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