THE CAMPUS 4 Christ (C4C) Homeopathic Hospital has entered into a partnership agreement with the Education Center for Classical Homeopathic (ECCH), Netherlands.
The objective is to offer a European-class homeopathic tuition to Ghanaians and Africans through the C4C Homeopathic Medical College, Ghana.
Through the partnership announced on Thursday at the British Council in Accra by officials of ECCH and C4C Group of Companies, the C4C Homeopathic Medical College will be offering degree and certificate programmes duly recognized by countries in Europe.
As a result, learners who will henceforth pass through the C4C Homeopathic Medical College in Ghana will have their degrees and certificates acceptable by institutions in Europe in the event of job search.
Through the arrangement, ECCH has agreed to have C4C Homeopathic Medical College affiliated to it – as required by the National Accreditation Board of Ghana – to serve as a mentor institution, Monique Cornelissen, an official of ECCH responsible for administration and organization of seminars, said.
“In this regard, ECCH will be awarding Dutch homeopathic degrees, diplomas and certificates to Ghanaian and other African students who would enroll into the C4C Homeopathic Medical College in Ghana,” she disclosed.
This unique opportunity granted by ECCH to C4C will give an international flavour to the C4C programme, which will stand the products of the college in good stead for obtaining jobs in the field worldwide, according to her.
DAILY GUIDE understands that the C4C College will be adopting a number of the courses being offered by ECCH as a means of broadening the horizon of the programme.
“This decision to engage in this partnership has been made from the knowledge that C4C provides homeopathic care in 10 branches spread all over the country. This makes it the largest homeopathic care facility in Ghana,” Rob Willemse, Director of ECCH, Netherlands, said.
“As a result of our partnership and affiliation with ECCH, full knowledge and research in homeopathy will be the hallmark of the C4C Group, with the opportunity of our Ghanaian graduates receiving European degrees of various kinds in homeopathic medicine, homeopathic pharmacy, homeopathic nursing as well as participating in our annual international conferences on homeopathy both in Europe, India and others,” Dr Michael Kyeremateng, President of the C4C Group of Companies, added.
The announcement of the partnership came with the launch of the C4C Android App and ‘Secure Your Health Card International’ – two products intended to enhance the quality of service that the hospital offers to its clients in Ghana and across the world.
“We entreat all Ghanaians to enroll, together with their family members, unto our scheme to benefit from the ‘Secure Your Health Card International’ which gives access to affordable and quality homeopathic healthcare both in Ghana and abroad,” the president urged.
BY Melvin Tarlue