C4C Homeopathic Hospital, a private health facility, has opened a branch at Kade in the Eastern Region to serve residents in the area and other neighbouring communities.

The hospital has been equipped with ultra-modern homeopathic equipment including 3D NLS Analyser for scanning, radionics equipment for electronic laboratory and treatment bed for patients.


It also has an in-house medical specialist who has experience in homeopathy, an administrator and other health assistants who would help man the facility from time to time.

The opening of the Kade branch brings to nine the number of hospitals being operated by the C4C Group of Companies, the mother company of the C4C Homeopathic Hospital.

The ceremony attracted the chiefs and people of the area, as well as other dignitaries, including the Member of Parliament (MP) for Kade, Mr Kwabena Ohemeng-Tinyase, who donated the building to be used as a hospital.

Healthcare to doorstep 

In his address, the President of the C4C Group of Companies, Dr Michael Kojo Kyeremateng, said the hospital was set up in the area to bring healthcare to the doorstep of the residents.

He said the facility would cut down cost as those who used to travel from the Eastern Region to the Greater Accra Region to seek healthcare could now access the facility with ease.

“C4C Group of Companies has adopted the vision of one district, one homeopathic hospital as a long-term goal with the sole aim of establishing branches in all the 10 regions and even beyond the borders of Ghana in order to enhance healthcare,” he said.


Dr Kyeremateng indicated that the company was ready to partner the government, especially in the health sector, to provide affordable health care for Ghanaians.

“C4C Homeopathic Hospital recently partnered the government to recruit at least 2,000 nurses into the homeopathic industry as part of measures to reduce unemployment,” he said.

Dr Kyeremateng called for more collaboration with the government to encourage the private sector to create jobs.

He also expressed appreciation to Mr Ohemeng-Tinyase for the assistance given to the management of the company and pledged that it would work to the satisfaction of the residents.

Regular check-up

Mr Ohemeng-Tinyase commended the management of the hospital for the initiative to partner the government to create jobs and to make homeopathic treatment affordable.

He also called on Ghanaians to cultivate the habit of regular check-ups “and not to wait until you’re ill before you visit the hospital.”




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