Ted Brown & Michelle Bragg:
Generations to Come

Belgrade, Maine

I imagine our new hospital giving back to our communities in more ways than we could have hoped. My family—my son, my grandkids and my great grandkids will all get the best care possible.

Michelle Bragg

Ted Brown with granddaughter, Michelle, and her son, Joshua.

Our first child was born at Thayer hospital in 1953. She was 9 months old before I held her.

Ted Brown has depended on MaineGeneral for decades—from taking great care of his wife and their baby while he was overseas in Japan with the Marines, through caring for him as he recovered from a massive stroke. Ted and his family have counted on high-quality health care close to home and, as the sixth generation of their family grows, they look forward to having great care for decades to come.

The Alfond Center for Health is a wonderful thing for my entire family: my parents, my husband and me and our new son.

Monday nights you can find Michelle Bragg out at camp for a weekly family dinner where four generations come together with Ted heading up the festivities. Joshua, Michelle's first child and the newest addition to a clan of great grand-children, makes the need for world-class health care in central Maine critically important. Joshua will be the first generation to grow up with a new state-of-the-art hospital just miles from his home, where he has access to the finest physicians and surgical specialists and the most advanced technology available.

I think the new regional hospital will live on for many years and benefit generations to come.

With grandparents, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, grand and great grandchildren planning for a future in the Kennebec Valley, Ted Brown's family is excited about what the Alfond Center for Health means for the community they love.

For Michelle it is peace of mind. For Ted it just makes sense.

My great grandchild is going to have a quality place to go for his health care treatment. I can’t think of anything better than that.

As health care evolves, we need to evolve with it to ensure future generations have access to the best in primary care and surgical services.

The Alfond Center for Health will save millions of dollars in operating costs— savings that can be reinvested in patient care, new treatments, more physicians and nursing staff to better serve you.

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