Braemoor Health Center Reveals Major Renovation

(l - r) Janet Catton, director of nursing services for Braemoor health center, Helena silva senior executive director for Braemoor and Brockton Health Centers, Alison Van Dam from metro west chamber of commerce, Mike Brady-state senator, Bill Carpenter Mayor of Brockton, Charlie Johnson president of the resident council at Braemoor health center, Zisha lipshutz co-owner of synergy health centers, Dov Newmark co-owner of synergy health centers.

(l – r) Janet Catton, director of nursing services and Helena Silva, sr. executive director for Braemoor and Brockton Health Centers; Alison Van Dam from metro west chamber of commerce; Mike Brady, state senator; Mayor Bill Carpenter; Charlie Johnson, president of the resident council at Braemoor, and Zisha Lipshutz and Dov Newmark, co-owners of Synergy Health centers

Brockton, MA – Mayor Bill Carpenter helped Braemoor Health Center, a Synergy Health Centers facility in Brockton, reveal a major renovation during a ribbon-cutting event. Over $1 million has been spent to date upgrading the health center. New renovations to the south wing and the lobby include new beds, bedding, bedroom furniture, nurse station, bathrooms, reception, flooring, common space and office furniture, windows, and much more.

The architect for the project was Khalsa Designs, and the contractor for the renovation project was MHK Development.

“We are happy to have Synergy here in our community,” Mayor Carpenter said. “They have proven their dedication to the residents of Brockton and the residents of Braemoor Health Center by continuously working to improve their quality of care and the quality of life for their residents.”

There were over 150 attendees including seniors from the community, former residents and their families, local healthcare providers, Mayor Bill Carpenter, State Representative Matt Muratore, State Senator Michael Brady, Dr. Dasari and Dr. Hamada, pulmonologists from Good Samaritan Medical Center, and Dr. Accardi the owner of Nova Psychiatric. Mayor Bill Carpenter helped cut the giant ribbon with giant scissors with the Braemoor Health Center’s President of the Resident Council.

“The party was so nice! It felt like I was in a hotel,” said Braemoor resident Jeanie Place. “The food was really great and I felt like I was really a part of the whole celebration. It was so great being here to see all the hard work turn into how pretty everything came out. I’m really proud to stay in a place that looks like this with the treatment to match!”

George Cataldo, aka The Silver Fox, and a former Brockton city councilor, entertained the guests with Frank Sinatra hits.