Queen Creek offers a quiet retreat from the business of the Phoenix metro area. This town features 330 days of sunshine a year and a low population density. Whether you want to experience the area’s comfort or already live there, a dispensary can provide your medical marijuana.
While Queen Creek’s government has a negative view of cannabis medicine, they must let dispensaries serve patients. Take a look at the listings on this page to find a provider that suits your needs.
As part of Maricopa County, you’ll find Queen Creek surrounded by Arizona’s highest number of registered patients. Since Maricopa County includes the state’s major cities, more than 100,000 patients call it home. But, the city government only allows the bare minimum for dispensary operation. They permit one dispensary to do business per 10 pharmacies in town.
If you feel that none of Queen Creek’s dispensaries make a good fit, consider searching in the rest of the metro area. Use the “25 miles” search setting to include locations in Chandler and Mesa, and try the “50 miles” option for Tempe and Phoenix.
Certain states permit home cultivation, but Arizona limits patient access. Patients who live within 25 miles of a dispensary must buy their medicine instead of growing plants. However, not all patients have the physical, mental or emotional ability to travel. If you can’t get to a dispensary by yourself, you can nominate a caregiver through the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Would you like to serve patients in need? That’s fantastic. But, when you look for a dispensary job, remember that the hiring process involves state approval. Having a criminal record may limit your eligibility for employment, so read the law before submitting that resume.
We also have a physician database to make your research simple. Browse our listings to find a marijuana-trained doctor who can provide a recommendation. Then, find a dispensary near you from the list above.