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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of 21st Clinic, Dr. Blessed Foster, has won a coveted healthcare delivery award.

Dr. Foster, who has successfully positioned 21st Clinic into a solid and trustworthy health facility, has been presented with the Outstanding Medical Excellence Award in Quality Health Delivery in Ghana.

The prestigious award was presented to him by the United Clergy International Association (UCIA) in Kumasi.

UCIA said 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 award was presented to Dr. Foster on Friday, August 6.

UCIA also presented 21st Clinic with the Most-Result Oriented Herbal and Alternative Health Facility of The Year award.

Under Dr. Foster as CEO, 21st Clinic has been able to, among other things, assemble a team of highly trained health professionals, dedicated to healing and restoring hope to sick.

21st Clinic’s international partners in Cuba, Canada and India give it access to 21st century technologies and techniques that cannot be found locally.

No doubt, 21st Clinic is the number one place for treating sciatica in Ghana and has received endorsements from high profile personalities including former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister, Elizabeth Agyemang.

Other people that were awarded included the Energy Minister, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh, the Education Minister, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, the Member of Parliament for Offinso North Constituency in the Ashanti Region, Augustine Collins Ntim, and some MCEs as well as Akoma FM morning show producer Nana Asenso Mensah.

The only Health category was for 21st Clinic.

The CEO expressed gratitude to the organizers, staff of the Clinic, customers and Federation of Herbal Medicine for their support.

Dr. Foster said the Clinic has received several awards but this one is special to them because it came as a result of testimonies from some dignitaries and the general public.

By Kweku Antwi-Otoo||Ghana