We’re a smoke-free site, so smoking isn’t allowed inside the buildings or in our grounds of any of our premises.
If you smoke, please consider bringing fast-acting nicotine replacement therapy (such as lozenges or a mist spray, which can be bought from a chemist) for the duration of your hospital stay.
E-cigarettes or ENDS
Our smoke-free policy prohibits the use of E-cigarettes or electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) on our premises due to their realistic nature and the negative impression they give.
Did you know?
- Tobacco smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals in the form of particles and gases, over 50 of which are known to be cancer-causing
- Smoking is the single greatest cause of preventable illness and early death in the UK and leads to heart disease, stroke and cancer
- More than 120,000 people in the UK die from smoking-related illnesses each year
- Many people are concerned about the effects of second-hand smoke
- Non-smokers breathe in side stream smoke from the burning tip of a cigarette and mainstream smoke that has been inhaled and exhaled by the smoker.
70% of smokers say that they want to give up (Office of National Statistics).
The Norfolk Stop Smoking Service can support smokers who want to quit by providing support, advice and access to nicotine replacement therapy or other products.
Call 0800 0854 113 or visit Smoke Free Norfolk. GPs will also give help and advice.