Vireo Health - Queens - Elmhurst, NY
|Traveling Range:||10 mi|
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|Monday:||12:00:00 PM - 7:00:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||12:00:00 PM - 7:00:00 PM|
|Friday:||12:00:00 PM - 7:00:00 PM|
|Saturday:||11:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
|Sunday:||11:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
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Vireo Health is located on Queens Boulevard just off I-495 (Long Island Expressway) at exit 19, next to the Queens Center Mall. When you get off at Woodhaven Boulevard, you will go west on Queens Blvd and come to Vireo’s dispensary just before you get to 57th Street.
In addition to metered street parking, there is ample space available in the public parking garage adjacent to the Queens Center Mall. Vireo Health discounts your first hour of parking in the garage, located at 90-15 Queens Boulevard, Elmhurst.
This location is also convenient to public transportation. Take the M or the R subway lines to the Woodhaven Blvd stop and walk one block west. There are also three bus stops within a block of the Vireo Health dispensary, one on 90th street at the northeast corner of the building.
Vireo Health is open Friday through Tuesday. Hours on Monday, Tuesday and Friday are noon to 7 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday, they’re open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Vireo Health dispensary offers a variety of medical marijuana products to suit your needs and fit the recommendation from your doctor. Marijuana doctor recommendations leave plenty of room for personal choice. The knowledgeable pharmacists at Vireo Health will work with you and your doctor’s recommendation to find the right product for your needs.
Vireo Health launched in New York after successfully pioneering the medical marijuana market in Minnesota as the number-one ranked applicant for a cannabis license there. In the competition for only five medical cannabis licenses in New York, Vireo Health came in second and established one of the first viable marijuana dispensaries in the state.
Vireo Health continues to gather clinical evidence to support the use of medical marijuana to relieve pain and suffering, and they are studying the possibilities of replacing highly addictive opioids with marijuana treatment.