Novel Tree Medical opens in Bellevue

The Novel Tree Medical has now opened its doors in Bellevue.

The Novel Tree Medical is a dedicated medical cannabis dispensary, and the only of its kind in the state. It is architect-designed to offer the “clinic ambience” expected by medical patients who may not be comfortable visiting any of the Puget Sound region’s myriad of recreational marijuana stores.

The location is an outgrowth of the award-winning Novel Tree recreational store in Bellevue, which has earned state and national recognition by changing the face of cannabis retailing. It now launches a new era for medical cannabis in Washington State. The store features a consultation room to assure the utmost in patient privacy to discuss health issues and personal needs and questions. Department of Health-Certified Medical Cannabis Consultants explain Washington’s medical cannabis system to new patients and assure that patients who choose to do so are properly registered into the state’s medical cannabis database. The staff is committed to making the entire process as stress-free as possible.

At The Novel Tree Medical, patients will not have to stand in line as they might at a pharmacy. Lobby seating is available as well as four separate service counters, each of which individually motorized and controlled for height adjustment to accommodate patients using wheelchairs.

The Novel Tree Medical is located just off Highway 520 in Bellevue.

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