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Review by Robert Powers

This practice has gotten better with time. They keep making improvements and seem like they are listening to what the community wants. I completely disagree with the comments below. Every once and a while I've had to wait, but I had to wait longer when I went to other clinics in Albuquerque for care. All of my family has started coming here and we see different providers. All good.

Review by Jodi Kramer

Finally people who actually care. Great service, no waiting and caring staff. Dr Burger is amazing. I'm going to even bring my Son here.

Review by Rhonda Steward

both offices at Cedar Crest and in Edgewood went downhill after taking over from McLeod. They kept switching doctors, continued billing incorrectly, canceled my appointments without telling me (the receptionist actually said to me, "You ignored our phone call telling you we had to reschedule"... and yes, they called, and no, they did not leave any message on my phone.)

Review by Jason White

I started out with a long complaint most wouldn't read. I feel like I was treated very poorly and had a tramatic experience. I don't recommend this place.

Review by Carolyn Meehan

Dr. sent me for urinalysis at Tri Core. They sent wrong code, not medically necessary. This was 12/16. Vanessa keeps telling me she will correct this numerous times. she did noy. no I have collections after me. Tri Core told me it is too late to refile. Vanessa should not be working there.


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About Cedar Crest, New Mexico

Cedar Crest is a census-designated place (CDP) in Bernalillo County, New Mexico, United States. The population was 958 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Statistical Area. Read More

What is a Dispensary?

A dispensary is a store that sells special items or dispenses the specialized items. Cannabis or marijuana dispensariers started in the US some time in the early 1990’s when Dennis Peron opend the San Francisro Cannbis Buyers Club. Back then the cannabis dispensary faced a ton of hardships, but Dennis, his team and dream helped pave the future for all future recreational and medical cannabis dispensaries. In 2014 the first recreational dispensary, 3D Cannabis opened it’s doors in Colorado. As of 4-1-19 33 states have medical dispensaries and 10 states have recreational dispensaries.

At a dispnsary one will find many differnt kinds of cannabis flowers (buds) and concentrates, edibles along with smoking untensils, but have a limited selection compared to online shops like Elev8 Glass Gallery. The dispensary also will have what is called a budtender to help you find what you are looking for. If you need help with cannabis info Elev8 Presents is a good resource.

What is the difference between a medical or recreational dispensary?

In realtiy medical and recreational dispensaries are the same thing. This all comes down to the states laws on cannabis. We feel cannabis is just like alcohol and medical will happen first and then recreational will follow, and so far history is showing this. Dispensaries are an excellent place for patients and recreational smokers alike to find the cannabis that best suits their needs!