A private health facility, C4C Homeopathic Hospital, a subsidiary of C4C Group of Companies, has outdoor its latest homeopathic pharmaceuticals and medicines into the Ghanaian market.
The health products which have been approved and satisfied by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) is said to make homeopathic treatment very effective and efficient.
The group also launched the Family Card which is aimed at encouraging families to sign unto the homeopathic system of treatment for all kinds of ailments at low cost.
Holders of Family Card according to the group will benefit from all services such as free laboratory and scanning, physiotherapy, consultation and free medicines at no cost at any branch of C4C Homeopathic Hospital including the overseas branches.
Currently C4C Homeopathic has eight branches in different parts of the country since it started in December 2016.
Addressing the gathering, the Registrar of the Traditional Medicine and Alternative Practice Council (TMAPC) of the Ministry of Health (MoH), Togbe Yaka III called on Ghanaians to switch from orthodox treatment to homeopathic and traditional medicinal treatment.
According to the Registrar of TMAPC, traditional medicinal and homeopathic treatment have enormous benefits.
He further explained that, homeopathic medicine or traditional medicinal treatment has no side effects as it has been proven time and again.
Togbe Yaka III, however, commended the management of the C4C group of companies for coming out with pharmaceutical and medicine which were none existence for a long time.
On his part, the President of the C4C Group of Companies, the mother company of the C4C Homeopathic Hospital, Dr Michael Kojo Kyeremateng, told the media that his outfit has move homeopathic treatment in Ghana to a different level were proper diagnoses and medicinal treatment are done.
“In Ghana today, homeopathic treatment which were known to be water therapy has charged. Homeopathic treatment is far more than just water therapy.” He opined.
Touching on the introduction of Family Card, Dr. Kyeremateng, stated that the beauty of the scheme was that holders after registration and a monthly payment of a small amount would pay nothing when they access healthcare at any of their facilities across the globe.
According to him, the policy had been rolled out as part of measures to encourage regular check-ups among Ghanaians.
Dr Kyeremateng however, appealed to the government to set up desks at the MoH and the Food and FDA to be responsible for homeopathy health care to show its commitment to homeopathy.
The President of the C4C Group of Companies who could not hide his frustration, narrated his ordeal of going through the registration processes and the huge cost of registering each homeopathic medicine at the FDA, appealed the Health Ministry to do something about the cumbersome processes as well as the cost of registration.
The outdooring of the homeopathic medicines was jointly performed by the Registrar of the Traditional Medicine and Alternative Practice Council (TMAPC) of the Ministry of Health (MoH), Togbe Yaka III, and the President of the C4C Group of Companies, the mother company of the C4C Homeopathic Hospital, Dr Michael Kojo Kyeremateng, in Accra over the weekend.
Story: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH