Boston Regional Medical Center (often abbreviated to "Boston Regional" or "BRMC") was a 187-bed hospital located in Stoneham, Massachusetts. Previously known as New England Sanitarium and Hospital and later New England Memorial Hospital (in both instances a Seventh-day Adventist medical facility), it was located within the Middlesex Fells Reservation along Woodland Road in Stoneham, Massachusetts, until it closed in February 1999 for financial reasons.
|Boston Regional Medical Center|
|Seventh-day Adventist Church|
The former Boston Regional Medical Center in February 2021
|Location||5 Woodland Road, Stoneham, Massachusetts, United States|
|Opened||April 28, 1899|
|Lists||Hospitals in Massachusetts|
Before its use as a hospital, the buildings formed the Langwood Hotel, operated during the 1880s by George F. Butterfield.
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