21st Clinic CEO wins health,wellness award at the 40 Under Forty Achievers’ Awards

The Chief Executive Officer of the renowned 21st Clinic, Dr. Blessed Foster has won the best Health and Wellness (Alternative Hospital) award at the just ended 40 under Forty Achievers Awards held at Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Accra. This came following an award of being “the most result-oriented health facilities of the year” by united clergy International.

40 under Forty is an initiative from Xodus Communications Limited which seeks to identify, honor, and celebrate a cross-section of the nation’s most influential and accomplished young business leaders under the age of forty from a wide range of industries.

The priceless awards are a recognition of his dedication and commitment to building the health sector as well as being a highly respected company advocating for best herbal practices and research in new areas of health conditions. These results came as no news as many public officials and high-profile dignitaries like Former MP of Oforikrom constituency in Kumasi and also former Ashanti regional deputy minister: Hon Elizabeth Agyemang also known as “the people’s mother”, has come out publicly in the media to endorse 21st clinic on successful treatment of sciatica. These and many testimonies were found on the 21st clinic website and their social media pages.

Speaking to the media after receiving the awards, Dr. Blessed Foster thanked the people of Nkoranza in the Bono East region, for the support from day one as they are the first community he started the clinic, and also the entire staff and a media house for believing and commitment to pushing the vision and mission of the company. “Last but not least is our clients and patients whose testimonies, referrals and recommendations, has deepened the trust by the general public in Ghana and beyond”. He added.

Dr. Blessed took the opportunity to call on the government to invest in the herbal sector to make it more attractive for the youth to venture in order to promote the health and wellness of citizens in the country.

“is about time the government have faith in our local health industry especially the herbal medicines manufacturers, at least as a part of the one district one factory, some known and outstanding herbal factories can be supported by way of finance or soft government loans…….” he added

21st clinic is now the leading herbal clinic in Ghana. He employs about 1000 people directly and indirectly. The company has 15 branches across Ghana. Through research and innovation, he identified sciatica and a lot of awareness and education has been made towards it in Ghana. Dr. Blessed and the 21st clinic are about to launch the Sciatica Research and Treatment Center in East Legon, Accra on November 21, 2021.

Source: Ghana Web

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