Canabo opens clinic in Kelowna

Kelowna marks the sixth clinic opening for Canabo in 2017

Canabo Medical Inc. announced Wednesday it has opened its 16th clinic in the Sterling Centre at 3975 Lakeshore Road, Kelowna.

“Kelowna marks the sixth clinic opening for Canabo in 2017 and demonstrates we are continuing to execute on our aggressive clinic roll out schedule,” said Dr. Neil Smith, executive chairman. “We are also pleased with our patient growth in Alberta through our partner Peak Medical.”

Canabo is also pleased to provide an update on its growth with Peak Medical Group who operates partner clinics for Canabo throughout Alberta. Peak Medical has recently opened a new, second location in Edmonton in order to accommodate high patient demand.

Canabo wholly owns and operates Cannabinoid Medical Clinics, or CMClinics, Canada’s largest physician led referral-only clinics for medical cannabis. Established in 2014, Canabo has 16 clinics across Canada with several additional locations set to open in 2017.

Canabo operates referral-only medical clinics dedicated to evaluating the suitability of prescribing, and monitoring cannabinoid treatments for patients suffering from chronic pain and disabling illnesses.

Clinics operated by Canabo are staffed by physicians and qualified health care practitioners specifically trained to assess patient suitability for cannabinoid treatment, recommend treatment regimes, and monitor treatment progress.

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