Dr Adu Boateng, the CEO of the award-winning, world-class End Point Homoeopathic Clinic and the ‘Founding Father’ of Homeopathy in Ghana, turns a year older today.
A few days ago, on the 21st of September 2021, Ghanaians celebrated the birthday of Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah, the first President and universally accepted ‘Founding Father’ of Ghana.
A few days later, another ‘Founding Father’ deserving of recognition is celebrating his birthday.
A man worthy of emulation and celebration, Dr Boateng has built End Point Homeopathic Clinic into a leading healthcare facility in Ghana within the past ten years.
In the process, he has elevated the status of Homeopathy and led to many other similar hospitals popping up in the country.
The ‘copycat’ nature of the Homeopathic Clinics popping up after Dr Adu Boateng’s remarkable work has cemented his status as a pioneer of the field in Ghana.
Achievements and Awards
Over the years, Dr Adu Boateng and the End Point Homoeopathic clinic have won so many awards that cannot be listed in one article.
Earlier this year, the West Africa International Press conferred on him the prestigious Africa International Award of Merit.
He was awarded for his vast charitable works, exceptional dedication and professionalism exhibited in the healthcare sector, and contribution to the growth and economic advancement of this country.
Dr Adu Boateng won the coveted ‘Homeopathic CEO of the Year award‘ at the Africa Health Legend Awards in 2019.
In 2018, Dr Adu Boateng was adjudged the ‘Best Practitioner in Homeopathic Treatment of the Year’ at the West African Traditional and Alternative Medical Awards.
The End Point Homoeopathic Clinic also received the ‘Pioneer in Homeopathic Treatment of the Year’ award at the same awards ceremony.
In 2017, the Health Legend Foundation adjudged the clinic as the ‘Excellent in Homeopathy Care of the Year‘ award winner.
The same year saw the Clinic winning awards for ‘Most Outstanding Practitioner in Homeopathic Care of the Year’ at the West African Clinical Alliance Awards (WACAA) and the ‘Most Result-Oriented Homeopathic Clinic in West Africa’ at the West Africa International Press Ltd Awards.
As mentioned earlier, the awards are just too numerous to list.
Aside his brilliant medical work, Dr Adu Boateng is also a generous giver who strives to make society better through several acts of philanthropy.
Last year, he constructed a 6-classroom Day Care centre for the Department of Early Childhood Education, University of Education – Winneba (UEW), his alma mater.
The End Point Clinic donated five new motorbikes to the Traditional Medicine Practice Council (TMPC), the body that promotes, controls, and regulates traditional and alternative medicine practices in the country, also in 2020.
In one of the most heartwarming acts spearheaded by Dr Adu Boateng, End Point Homoeopathic Clinic secured the release of twenty inmates from the Nsawam Medium Security Prisons in 2019.
The inmates were released from the prison after Dr Adu Boateng paid all their court fines in full.
End Point Homeopathic Clinic also entertained over 100 special needs children and their parents as part of its 10th-anniversary celebrations with Dr Adu Boateng donating several items including bags of rice, cartons of milk, washing powder, toiletries, cooking oil, diapers, and drinks amounting to thousands of Ghana cedis to the families of the cerebral palsy kids.
He also issued a cheque donation of GHS 15,000 to the YOA Foundation, founded by Bishop Dr. Yaw Owusu Ansah to support children living with cerebral palsy.
A Giant of A Man
Dr Adu Boateng is quite evidently a skilled doctor, gifted businessman, a pioneer of homoeopathy in Ghana and a blessing to the less fortunate who he impacts with his acts of philanthropy.
This all adds up to a giant of a man who deserves to be celebrated on a day as important as this.
GhanaCelebrities.Com wishes the good doctor a happy birthday – and more grease to his elbow in his works which bring only good to the people of Ghana.