KEYSTONE SHOPS | SOUTH PHILLY

300 PACKER AVE
NOW OPEN

For Patients

Learn about the twenty three approved medical conditions, which forms of medical marijuana are permitted, approved methods of consumption, and how this program is helping thousands of Pennsylvanians.

For Caregivers

Pennsylvania’s caregiver program allows for patients to designate one to two individuals who are able to procure their medicine for them and deliver it to them. This option helps many elderly and disabled patients.

For Doctors

Doctor registration for PA’s medical marijuana program is open! Practicing physicians are the cornerstone of a successful rollout of this program. Learn how you can meet the rising healthcare needs of a more educated PA patient population.

Who we are

Keystone Shops was formed by a dedicated team of individuals who have a decades-long, broad, deep, and diverse business history in southeastern Pennsylvania. In conjunction with Keystone Shops, the team members own and operate several small businesses, which also serve the same southeastern Pennsylvania communities.  Keystone Shop’s goal is to be a standard for patient care, patient education, and patient focus. Our mission is to make sure our patients are well taken care of and satisfied by the time they walk out our doors.

THREE UNIQUE LOCATIONS

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Devon

420 Lancaster Ave

215.876.0420

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King of Prussia

367 S. Henderson Road

215.876.0420

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South Philly

300 Packer Ave

215.876.0420

FROM OUR BLOG

Blackbird

Keystone Shops will be updating our online ordering service to the new and improved Blackbird! These changes are being made because our previous online ordering

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Autism Friendly Holiday Recipes

Holidays Used to Suck: Autism, Food Allergies, Special Diets, Medical Cannabis  By Erica Daniels, Author of Cooking with Leo: An Autism Family Cookbook https://www.cookingwithleo.com/  and

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Autism and Medical Marijuana

By: Katie Finkle Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder, is an extremely common disorder, with an estimated 1 in 59 children diagnosed in the United States

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