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29-Dec-2016  
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Dr. Adu Boateng - EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic
 
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Dr. Adu Boateng, Founder and CEO of Ghana’s leading Homeopathic chain of clinics, EndPoint, have expressed their profound thanks and appreciation to Ghana’s media giants-Despite Group of Companies for their continuous support of the excellent homeopathic healthcare services Endpoint Clinic provides.

For many years, the various radio and TV stations owned by Despite Group of Companies have served as communication platforms for EndPoint Homeopathic Clinics, via which Ghanaians are reached with health talk shows, on-air health advice and commercials from EndPoint.

On the back of the Christmas spirit of showing gratitude, each of the above media houses was presented with a large cow from Dr. Adu Boateng and EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic–just to say thank you and foster a stronger working relationship.

EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic has been a provider of quality healthcare and unparalleled services; promoting and advancing the science of homeopathy for the past seven years–and this year, the clinic received several prestigious awards, including having been adjudged the Most Result-Oriented Homeopathic Clinic in West Africa and winning the Outstanding Homeopathy Hospital of the Year-2016 awards.

Also, to be able to reach more Ghanaians with its excellent healthcare services, EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic will in February 2017  open a new ultra-modern branch in Takoradi,  the Western Regional capital of Ghana to serve the region and its environs.

Speaking about the soon to be opened Takoradi branch, Dr. Adu Boateng said: ‘we will in February open a branch in Takoradi to be able to effectively and on-time serve the people of that region, as well as those in Central region and its environs. This will cut down the travel time for our healthcare users who currently live far from our  branches in Accra, Tema and Kumasi.”
 
 
 
 
 

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