LeafLine Labs care centers will continue to operate and provide care for patients during Minnesota's stay-at-home executive order effective Friday, March 27th through Friday, April 10th.
We have had a number of patients checking in to see if our hours have changed due to COVID-19.
Currently our Care Center hours will remain the same. We will keep our patients updated if anything does change, but please note that we are currently running normal hours.
The health and safety of our patients and staff is always our top priority. We acknowledge that LeafLine Labs is an important piece of your care team; a responsibility we do not take lightly. With this in mind, we are taking extra precautions in light of the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak to keep everyone safe as we continue to deliver the highest quality medical cannabis and care to patients in Minnesota. We are well-positioned – with ample inventory of essential supplies and sufficient production capacity to continue providing our patients with a range of medical cannabis options.
The process for getting into the medical cannabis program in Minnesota requires a few steps to complete. Our guide below should help you navigate this program in 2020 and help you register for the medical cannabis program as smoothly as possible.
1. Screw battery into USB charger. 2. Insert USB into computer or USB charging device. The battery light will become a solid RED light while charging. It will turn GREEN when fully charged. Battery is equipped with overcharge protection. 3. When fully charged, unplug USB from charger then unscrew USB and battery. Using your cartridge: 1. Screw the cartridge on to the battery.
2. To turn ON/OFF the battery, quickly click the button 5 times. The LED light will blink to indicate status.
3. Put the mouthpiece to your lips, push and hold the button on the battery and draw in a slow, deep breath for 1 second. Release the button.
4. While removing the mouthpiece from your lips, continue to inhale until your lungs are full.
5. Hold your breath for 5-10 seconds then exhale slowly.
Last year was the 100th Anniversary of the ending of the Great War, the War to end all Wars, that later became known as WWI. For years, in recognition of the war’s end and treaty signing on November 11, we celebrated Armistice Day. Beginning in 1938, the name was changed to Veterans Day as a way to honor and thank the many men and women in all branches of our military, particularly living veterans, who have willingly sacrificed to protect our freedom.
And every year, I find this federal holiday even more meaningful. As a veteran of the U.S. Army, I have tremendous respect for the 20 million military veterans and tens of thousands of active duty personnel who are deployed in more than 150 countries around the world. These men and women are patriots and heroes, spending months away from their loved ones while they defend our democracy. We owe each of them – and the families who love and sustain them throughout their training, deployment and return to civilian life – our profound gratitude
At LeafLine Labs, we know that exceptional patient care starts with an extraordinary team. That’s why we pride ourselves on our people. Get to know us! Meet Ellie, a Patient Care Coordinator at our Eagan patient care center.
At LeafLine Labs, we know that exceptional patient care starts with an extraordinary team. That’s why we pride ourselves on our people. Get to know us! Meet Hailey, a Patient Care Coordinator at our St. Cloud patient care center.
At LeafLine Labs, we know that exceptional patient care starts with an extraordinary team. That’s why we pride ourselves on our people. Get to know us! Meet Alex, a Harvest & Sanitation Technician at our production facility in Cottage Grove.
At LeafLine Labs, we know that exceptional patient care starts with an extraordinary team. That’s why we pride ourselves on our people. Get to know us! Meet Jolene, a Patient Care Coordinator at our Saint Paul patient care center.