Now Open: Harvest of Baseline Medical Marijuana Dispensary Caters to Commuters, Busy Professionals
On September 29, 2017 Harvest, Inc., a Tempe-based company with a national presence in the medical marijuana industry, opened its third dispensary in Arizona. The new dispensary, Harvest of Baseline, which is conveniently located on the southeast corner of Baseline Road and the I-10 (1821 W. Baseline Road), was designed with busy patients in mind. Its location is easily accessible for commuters, and to accommodate tight schedules, Harvest Baseline will soon offer Express Ordering; providing patients with the option to order online, mobile app or phone.
“When we state, ‘we are dedicated to our patients’ needs’, it demands that we tailor our operations to truly meet those needs,” said Steve White, Harvest CEO. “Understanding that our patients are busy is simply a given. Harvest of Baseline was specifically and thoughtfully designed to address that reality. We’ll be easily accessible to commuter traffic, be providing quick, turnaround service via Express Ordering and creating a great patient experience through our knowledgeable, engaged staff.”
Harvest’s first medical marijuana dispensary, which opened in Tempe in 2013, is the recipient of five Best Dispensary awards in Arizona. The company’s second dispensary in Arizona, Harvest of Scottsdale, is the largest dispensary in the state with 6,800 square feet and 11 check-out stations. Each Harvest location is designed and operated with patient comfort and education in mind. Harvest dispensaries host New Patient Orientation seminars that are open to anyone interested in learning more about medical marijuana; they also provide meeting space for several patient support groups, including epilepsy, chronic pain and PTSD.
Harvest is the only organization in the United States to simultaneously hold Patient Focused Certifications for cultivation, manufacturing and distribution from the non-profit medical marijuana safety and patient advocacy organization, Americans for Safe Access. All of the medical marijuana products dispensed at Harvest dispensaries are tested by a local third-party testing facility to accurately gauge THC and CBD content and ensure that the products are free from pesticides and contaminants. Harvest offers more than 25 different strains of medical marijuana, as well as a variety of concentrates and edibles.
In addition to its Arizona cultivation, processing and distribution licenses, Harvest holds medical marijuana licenses in Nevada, Illinois, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Harvest Baseline will be open seven days a week from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. For more information, please visit www.harvestofaz.com or call 623-404-1420.