Leading homeopathic healthcare facility in Ghana, EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic, has begun a ‘thank you’ tour to selected media houses to show appreciation for their continuous support as the year comes to an end.
The visit forms part of the clinic’s annual corporate social responsibility in showing stakeholders how their support has catapulted EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic to become the number one homeopathic clinic in Ghana and West Africa.
In Accra, the social call was led by Mr. Paul Ebo Quansah, a representative of the clinic’s C.E.O – Dr. Adu Boateng – who made a stop at Despite Group of Companies and Multimedia Group. He presented a cow each to the aforementioned media houses as a token of gratitude.
“You have been with EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic since its inception and continue to support its activities all the time. It is only right that we also show appreciation for the love we receive from you,” Mr. Quansah said.
He continued, “EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic has become the go-to homeopathic clinic in Ghana and West Africa because people get results when they visit our facilities. Despite Group, and Multimedia have helped a lot in propagating these success stories of ours to those far and near. We say thank you.”
Receiving the cow, General Manager – Sales for Multimedia Group, Mr Max Fugar thanked EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic for such a kind gesture extended to his outfit.
He said Multimedia Group has enjoyed a good working relationship with EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic over the years and will continue working with the clinic to ensure the growth of both businesses.
According to Mr. Fugar, he was overwhelmed because not all businesses show such level of appreciation. He commended the clinic for appreciating its stakeholders.
Mr. Quansah used the opportunity to announce the appreciation package EndPoint has for the public.
“Last year, the clinic organised free screening for men suffering from prostate cancer,” he said .
According to him, the clinic has this year decided to organise another free screening for women battling infertility. He encouraged all women to visit the clinic’s various branches across the country to be screened without any charge.