Boston Regional Medical Center (Stoneham, Massachusetts, US)

(formerly New England Memorial Hospital). A 195-bed general hospital in Stoneham, Massachusetts, nine miles (14 kilometers) north of Boston. Ellen White referred to the hospital as the “Melrose Sanitarium” because of its proximity and former access at the railroad station in Melrose, an adjoining city. The hospital is located on a 45-acre (18-hectare) plot overlooking Spot Pond, in the midst of a beautiful, natural, woodland park of 5,000 acres (2,025 hectares) known as the Middlesex Fels (watershed) reservation. It is operated by the Atlantic Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. A general board of trustees appoints an administrator and an executive board and approves appointments to the medical and administrative staffs. Approval for operation is granted by the Public Health De...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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Stoneham, MA
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