Ghana’s leading Homeopathic Healthcare Centre, End Point Homeopathic Clinic and its CEO, Dr Adu Boateng have once again been awarded for their excellent homeopathic healthcare services—and this time, by the organisers of the West African Traditional and Alternative Medical Awards.
Over the weekend in Accra, at the plush Golden Tulip Hotel, Dr Adu Boateng was adjudged the ‘Best Practitioner in Homeopathic Treatment of the Year’, for his hard work, excellence, dedication and outstanding professionalism in the sector.
End Point Homeopathic Clinic, a multiple award-winning healthcare centre with branches in Accra, Tema, Takoradi and Kumasi was given the ‘Pioneer in Homeopathic Treatment of the Year’ award.
Miss Derbie, the Clinic’s administrator who attended the event received the two awards on behalf of the Clinic and the CEO, Dr Adu Boateng.
In a telephone conversation with Dr Adu Boateng on Monday, May 28, in relation to the awards, he thanked the organisers of the West African Traditional and Alternative Medical Awards for the initiative to encourage excellence in the Traditional and Alternative Medicine sector by instituting such a prestigious award scheme.
He also thanked the staff of End Point Homeopathic Clinic—and added that it’s their dedication and hard work which have made the healthcare centre a front-runner within the homeopathy sector in Ghana and Africa as a whole.
Since its establishment about 8 years ago, End Point Homeopathic Clinic has distinguished itself as a leading provider of quality healthcare and unparalleled services; promoting and advancing science and homeopathy—and as a result, has won several high-status awards.
Among others, the Clinic recently received the ‘Excellent in Homeopathy Care of the Year 2017’ award from the Health Legend Foundation, the West African Clinical Alliance Awards (WACAA) awarded the Clinic in 2017 as ‘Most Outstanding Practitioner in Homeopathic Care of the Year’, the West Africa International Press Ltd also awarded it as ‘the Most Result-Oriented Homeopathic Clinic in West Africa’ in 2017.