Medical biotech firm Beleave’s wholly owned subsidiary, Beleave Kannabis Corp., has received the approval and provider number necessary to service those who have qualified for cannabis coverage through Medavie Blue Cross including the Canadian veteran community.
With over a million cardholders, Medavie Blue Cross is a non-profit Canadian medical care insurance company headquartered in Moncton, New Brunswick. It administers to various government-sponsored health programs on behalf of the provincial and federal governments, including Veteran Affairs Canada.
“We aim to help provide ease of access to those with Blue Cross coverage allowing patients to cut a multitude of steps typically needed to make a claim," said Beleave CEO Andrew Wnek. "Our team is ready to accept new patients and are confident in our ability to provide the highest quality service to all patients including our country's respected servicemen and women."
Beleave’s Medi Green Clinic network has plans to hold multiple location information sessions for veterans on an ongoing basis. The company’s growing Veteran Affairs and Community outreach division will be in charge of rolling out the planned sessions.
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