Ghanaian herbal care provider receives international award

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healing herbs on wooden table, herbal medicine
healing herbs on wooden table, herbal medicine

21 st Clinic has been awarded the outstanding herbal base clinic of the year by the African Regional Magazine for her distinguished service to Ghana and beyond.

The awards ceremony, which took place in Kigali, Rwanda, recognized the achievements and several successes of the CEO of 21 st Clinic, Dr. Blessed Foster, in the herbal medicine sector in addition to how he has used the clinic to solve several health issues.

This was made known to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in a press release that highlighted the achievements of over 100 influential individuals and organizations in Africa.

Dr. Foster dedicated the award to Ghanaians, especially the chiefs and people of Nkoranza in the Bono East Region for their support and contribution towards the growth of the 21st Clinic.

“This is a win for all of us. Ghanaians have been of great support to my herbal clinic and I appreciate it,” he said.

Dr. Foster was also recently recognised by the United Clergy International Association at the 16th Ever Achievers Leadership Awards held at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Kumasi, among others.

According to UCIA, it settled on Dr. Foster for the award because of his “distinguished years of outstanding performance, tireless dedication, consummate professionalism and unparalleled loyalty to your work and the health needs of Ghanaians.”

The several awards he has won also followed the inauguration of his specialist Sciatica Research and Treatment Centre which is fully equipped with modern facilities to provide complete healthcare assistance to patients.

The facility, inaugurated at East Legon’s American House in Accra, was meant to provide advanced research and treatment that influences policy direction and programme implementation to improve the well-being while reducing ill health in Ghana and globally.

Dr. Foster said the establishment of the Sciatica Research and Treatment Centre was to “delve into the canker of sciatica affecting the populace” and finding a lasting solution to it.

He revealed that the facility would not only “serve as a research and treatment centre but as a referral centre for other health facilities as well as global health bodies for intensive studies on sciatica,” adding that, the centre would “lead to better health, better care and better lives” for all clients.

“21st Clinic has rapidly evolved during the past six years of its inception and has changed the way health care is currently delivered in Ghana,” he added.

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