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1st sciatica research and treatment center in Africa opens in Ghana

Ghana’s leading Health Centres, 21st Clinic has officially opened a Sciatic Research and Treatment Centre to help addressed sciatic challenges in Ghana and globally.

The Centre which is situated at East Legon American House becomes the first of its kind on the African continent.

Speaking at the ceremony, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the 21st Clinic, Blessed Foster, stated that the Centre was meant to help address all sciatic challenges facing the Africa continent.

The Centre, Dr. Foster said has heavy equipment used to detect and find solutions to sciatic issues.

He also said the Centre offers a uniquely platform for the conduct of sciatic research and treatment that influences policy direction and programme implementation to improve well-being and reduce ill health in Ghana and globally.

“The rational of this establishment of this sciatic and treatment Centre is to delve deeply into this canker of sciatic affecting the populace and the world as a whole to help in its total elimination in the foreseeable future,” Dr. Foster disclosed.

He entreated people facing sciatic challenges to look nowhere than his Centre which is devoid of money consciousness but rather to heal for the better.

“The clinic morbidity report from our health management systems from the period under review January 2020-31st December, 2020 depicts that a total of Twenty Six Thousand Eight Hundred and Eight (26,880) accounted for the total reported cases, saying that out of these incidence, Eight Thousand, Eight Hundred and Sixteen (18, 816) patients reported with Sciatic representing 79% of the total cases for the year 2020.”

He said the establishment is not only going to serve as a research and treatment Centre but as a referral Centre for other facilities as well as global health bodies for intensive studies in Sciatic.

The official opening of the Centre brought together hundreds of people including traditional leaders, politicians, Men of God among other prominent people across the country.

Awards

The ceremony witnessed reward to several workers. They are:

Most Outstanding Bereku Branch staff Of The Year, 2021 – Frederick Awuah   

Most Outstanding Debiso Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Constance Brewu.

Most Outstanding Juaboso Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Manu Samuel.

Most Outstanding Wenchi Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Patrick Osei. 

Most Outstanding Sunyani Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Evelyn Obieley.

Most Outstanding Goaso Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Amaning M. Sarpong.                             

Most Outstanding Takoradi Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Rose Ndoo

Most Outstanding Koforidua Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Linda Teteh.  

Most Outstanding Kumasi Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Ofosuhemaa Margaret.

Most Outstanding Dome Heavy-do Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Regina M. Amartey.  

Most Outstanding Dome Annex Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Gifty Armah. 

Most Outstanding 21st Canteen Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Mary Appiah                                 

Most Outstanding Techiman Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021. – Naomi Kuruwaa.

Most Outstanding Kasoa Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Bernice Narkuor. 

Most Outstanding Tema Branch Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Abigail Asakiya. 

Most Promising Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Ephraim Darko.  

Best Female Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Freda Abena Dufie.

Best Male Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Clement Incoom.

Overall Best Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Afriyie Daniel.

Most Outstanding Factory Staff Of The Year, 2021 – Boniface A. Razak.

Branches award

Customer care branch of the year, Kumasi branch

Performing branch if the year, Goaso branch

Most results oriented branch; Dome Annex

Most supportive and in-service training branch, Koforidua branch

Most promising branch: Tema branch

Overall best branch 2021, Takoradi branch

Cash awards

Social media promoters

Dorcas Awenebomah Azudaa

Fredrick Awuah

Cash award for Creativity

Ephraim Darko

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