Tobacco-free Hospital

As of November 17, 2011, Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) is a tobacco-free hospital.  Smoking or the use of any tobacco products is prohibited at all BWH locations.

Brigham and Women’s Hospital encourages all smokers to quit smoking. We understand that quitting smoking is not easy, but we invite you to visit the sites below for free resources and information on smoking cessation. All of the sites listed are excellent starting points for basic information about quitting smoking for patients and their families and friends. Resources include help hotlines and online discussion forums.

Please note: While BWH staff recommend the following sites, this does not constitute an official endorsement or approval of any of the sites by Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The hospital is not responsible for any content contained in any of the sites. Most importantly, health information found on the Internet is not intended to substitute information received from one’s health care provider. Patients always should ask their health care provider for information and advice pertaining to treatment and care.

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