Get to Know The Grove Medical Marijuana Dispensary: Autumn Gold

Posted on October 11, 2016 , updated on November 17, 2016 by Grove Team

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Autumn Gold, The Grove medical marijuana dispensary in Las Vegas

Autumn Gold: Intake

Autumn Gold is responsible for intake at The Grove medical marijuana dispensary in Las Vegas. She welcomes and verifies patients when they come in, initiating their paperwork and preparing information for the budtenders.

Question: What do you enjoy about working at The Grove?

Autumn Gold: The atmosphere, the employees, the patients, everything. I love talking, educating and connecting with the others, all through cannabis.

Q: What is your perfect pizza?

AG: Canadian bacon with pineapple with extra sauce and thick crust.

Q: What is the importance of connecting with patients?

AG: The importance of connecting is crucial to helping patients understand what they are taking and how it can affect them. We want to make patients comfortable and confident in medicating. 

“I love being a part of a movement that can change the world one patient at a time.” – Autumn Gold, The Grove medical marijuana dispensary in Las Vegas

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