C4C Homoeopathic Hospital has been recognised as a leading Homeopathic Hospital in Ghana following the launch of the ‘Secure Your Health Card International’ scheme.

The health insurance scheme was introduced two years ago by the hospital in a bid to make homoeopathic treatment affordable and easily accessible.

The award by Pillars of Modern Ghana also recognized C4C Homeopathic Hospital as the only private homoeopathy hospital in Ghana that is operating an international private homoeopathic national health care policy.

The hospital boasts of exceptional service from trained Medical Homeopaths and Homeopathic Health Care Givers.

The scheme is aimed at encouraging the public to adopt the homoeopathic system of treatment for all kinds of ailments at a low cost.

Those registered with the scheme are benefiting from services such as an alternative laboratory, scanning, physiotherapy and consultation which last for one year, after which the subscription could be renewed.

Additionally, members subscribe to a monthly fee of GHS150 on the 28th day of every month which gives them access to free medications and all forms of treatment on a monthly basis.

Already, more than 5,000 people have enrolled on to the scheme at all the 11 branches of the hospital in different parts of the country since January 2015.

C4C got rooted in Cape Coast ad spread its tentacles to all the other regions in Ghana.

The facility is also established as a Health Care Facility in Germany and the Netherlands (Holland).

In a citation presented to the hospital Pillars of Modern Ghana, the Medical Director and Group President, Dr Michael  Kyeremateng, was praised for his hard work and for efficiently using his facility to provide affordable health care to Ghanaians.

“We celebrate and acknowledge your excellence in providing alternative health care across the globe with your outstanding homoeopathic health care policies and products which have placed you ahead of your competitors,” the citation read in part.

Dr Michael Kyeremateng expressed profound gratitude to the organizers for acknowledging his effort to bring affordable health care to the Ghanaians.