We Are Free…Are You?
Want to Stop Using Tobacco?
Quit For As Little As $30
$30 Cost Includes:
- 30 minute one-on-one assessment with a Tobacco Treatment Specialist
- Personalized Quit Plan
- FREE 8-Week Supply Nicotine Replacement: Patches, Gum &/or Lozenges
Call (386) 496-9228 or (386) 496-9227 for more information or to sign up.
We are committed to helping our patients, visitors, employees and community become healthier by providing resources to those individuals who would like help stopping tobacco use.
Lake Butler Hospital is offering nicotine replacement therapies to anyone who would like help stopping any tobacco product, while supplies last, including but not limited to:
- Chewing tobacco
The nicotine replacement therapies available are:
- Nicotine Patches (step 1 - 21mg, step 2 - 14mg, step 3 - 7mg)
- Nicotine Gum – various flavors
- Nicotine Lozenges – various flavors
Research shows that when combining the use of nicotine replacement therapies with a quit-tobacco class, it doubles the success rate.
Lake Butler Hospital has 3 trained TTS on staff. The TTS were trained at the prestigious Mayo Clinic – Nicotine Dependence Center, which afforded them the opportunity to receive the most up-to-date training, research and treatment plans for helping individuals stop tobacco use.
For more information, please call (386) 496-9228 or (386) 496-9227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Effective June 30, 2010, Lake Butler Hospital is a Tobacco-Free Campus.
Smoking is the number one cause of preventable disease and death in our society. As the major healthcare provider in Union County, Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center is committed to promoting health and wellness within the community. It’s our job to provide a safe, clean and healthy environment for our employees, physicians, patients and visitors. Our goal is to promote good health and influence public attitudes about the use of tobacco.
Therefore, no use of any tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, is permissible by anyone on the hospital campuses. The policy extends to all buildings (owned or leased), grounds, parking lots, or personal vehicles on hospital grounds.
Any persons found smoking or using tobacco on LBH property will be asked to extinguish their tobacco product and will be given an information card with information and resources for quitting tobacco.
For more information on LBH’s tobacco-free policy, please call 386-496-9228 or email email@example.com.
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