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Source: ghanacelebrities.com

Endpoint CEO offers full health care package to woman brutalised at Midland Savings

Patience Osafo, the woman who was brutalised by a Ghanaian Police Officer, Frederick Amanor Skalla, a few days ago at the premises of Midland Savings and Loans in Accra has received a full health care package and an undisclosed amount of money from Dr Adu Boateng and his Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic.

On Friday when the incident made headlines, Dr Adu Boateng who is the CEO of Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic met the woman at Okay FM’s studios where he had just finished a radio programme and joined a tall list of people who donated monies to help the victim.

At the radio station's studio, Dr Adu Boateng told Patience Osafo that his outfit is open to her to come for a full health screening and any subsequent healthcare she may need as a result of the traumatic incident and will be fully taken care of by Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic.

Patience Osafo gladly accepted the offer and she is due to visit one of the branches of Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic for her healthcare screening.

Speaking to GhanaCelebrities.Com on phone about the kind gesture on Sunday, July 22, Dr Adu Boateng said, “while a lot of people are concerned and have contributed monies to be given to Patience Osafo, as a doctor, I could not ignore the possible health consequence of the assault and therefore alongside the money I donated, I want to pay attention to the health and general well-being of Patience.”

He added that, “this is an unfortunate incident which should never have happened.”

“Ghanaians have completely condemned it and have gone ahead to show love and care, and that’s a hallmark of a good nation, something I am pleased with,” he stated.



Dr Adu Boateng’s Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic has since its establishment about 8 years ago distinguished itself as a leading provider of quality healthcare and unparalleled services; promoting and advancing science and homoeopathy and, as a result, has won several high-status awards.

Among others, the Clinic recently received the ‘Excellent in Homeopathy Care of the Year 2017’ award from the Health Legend Foundation, the West African Clinical Alliance Awards (WACAA) awarded the Clinic in 2017 as ‘Most Outstanding Practitioner in Homeopathic Care of the Year’, the West Africa International Press Ltd also awarded it as ‘the Most Result-Oriented Homeopathic Clinic in West Africa’ in 2017.

The clinic has branches in Tema, Accra, Kumasi, Takoradi and another to be opened soon in Techiman in the Brong Ahafo Region.