Nobel Trust Herbal Clinic has been adjudged the overall best Herbal clinic of the year 2020 at the 4th award ceremony by the West African Traditional Alternative Medical Awards.

The facility, which specialises in using herbal and alternative medicine in curing liver, heart, kidney, and other diseases, was recognised in Ghana for its kin interest in heart-related conditions, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Nobel Trust Clinic also won two other awards which include the best heart disease treatment center of and best TV Talk Show of the year with its ‘Nipa Dua Mu Nsem’ for the year 2020.

The clinic is said to have become one of the leading health centres in the country providing effective and high-quality healthcare for patients especially with heart conditions since it begun it operations 15 years ago.

They have as well specialised in acute and chronic diseases such as stroke, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, infertility, prostate disorder, high blood pressure, diabetes etc.

Dr George Donkor is the CEO of Nobel Trust Clinic

These awards come confirming reports from WHO that 70% of Ghana’s population ‘depend exclusively on traditional and alternative medicine for their health care.

According to the organisers people’s views on health, no matter where they are in the world, are shaped by their cultural and traditional beliefs.

Therefore, there is no doubt that many people in Ghana fully accept modern, science-based medicine, but traditional medicine is still held in high regards, as it gives validity to the overall health experience

Dr George Donkor CEO of Nobel Trust Clinic in an interview after the awards expressed his profound gratitude to the organisers for recognising his contribution in promoting quality and affordable health care through herbal and alternatives means.

“My prayer all this while is for God to continue to use me as a vessel to be able to properly diagnose research and cure my patients who call on me in times of need’

“I know this award is to also urge me to reach out to save more lives and be more committed in ensuring that the people of Ghana and beyond benefit from our modernized traditional medicines.

Meanwhile, herbal and alternative medicine is said to be one of the major sources that support government to keep the economy moving in terms of healthcare delivery, employment, research, export etc.

However, an appeal has been made to government to consider the herbal and alternative industry when creating department of ministry so that they can have a direct access of channeling their concerns and challenges.