Since our establishment in 2015, Kofikrom Pharmacy Limited has grown into a global pharmaceutical brand with a vision of being a Centre of Leadership in Healthcare Worldwide. Our organization aspires to achieve our vision by constantly living our core values of leadership, excellence, collaboration, respect, integrity and transparency.
Our strong commitment to providing our clients with quality products and services stems from our carefully selected and trained team of experts at the leadership and followership levels of our organization. We believe in the philosophy that people make wealth and hence we train our human resources to the maximum to ensure professionalism and reproducibility in our operations. Our training stretches even to our lovely and well cherished clients through our counselling modules available.
Kofikrom Pharmacy Limited has over 75 FDA registered branded generics and over a 1000 UK generic medicines in various therapeutic categories, which are efficacious, accessible and available in all 16 regions in Ghana.
Our target is to develop over 1000 branded generic medicines through strategic partnerships for the local and continental markets. We consistently and diligently seek partnerships with commensurate quality consciousness and patient centered approach in doing business to make our products and services available to all.
Our organization strives to impact lives, promote health and add value to society through our corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities which targets education, health and livelihood empowerment. We are hopeful that our essence will be everywhere to touch lives and to bring smiles on the faces of our patrons.
Finally, our mantra of “Leadership in Healthcare Worldwide” resonates so please try us and prove us through constant engagement and critique.
Pharm. Kofi Addo-Agyekum (CEO, Kofikrom Pharmacy Limited)
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