On April 28, 1899, on behalf of the Adventist Church, eight men obtained a charter to set up an organization for the express purpose of establishing a 187-bed sanitarium in Massachusetts, near Boston. In March 1967, the name of the hospital was changed from New England Sanitarium to New England Memorial Hospital (NEMH) and again later to Boston Regional Medical Center. Due to financial reasons, the hospital filed for bankruptcy and the last of the hospital’s patients were transferred to other facilities on February 6, 1999. Timothy Stryker, a Winchester doctor strangled his girlfriend Dr. Linda Goudey to death who worked at Boston Regional Medical Center, in her car in the hospital's parking lot in 1993. 

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