All benefit eligible employees and family members may participate in the Tobacco Cessation coaching program through Carebridge and receive the nicotine patch or gum from the Einstein LiveWell Pharmacy free of charge. Click here to find out what you need to do!
Click here for tips on helping a smoker quit!
Join us at Einstein Medical Center, Montgomery (559 West Germantown Pike, East Norriton), for a free interactive class that gives you the tools you need to become tobacco free! The program is open to anyone who desires to become tobacco free!
Each year, the PA Free Quitline helps thousands of clients quit and stay quit past the six month mark.
Call 215-683-LIVE (215-683-5483) and speak to a trained quit coach through SmokeFree Philly. Or, click here to go to the SmokeFree Philly website. Additional information here: Are you ready to quit smoking?
Go here to receive information and advice through real-time text messaging with a trained smoking cessation counselor at the National Cancer Institute.
To help you quit for good, Independence's Healthy Lifestyles Solutions Tobacco Cessation Program will reimburse you up to $150 for completing an approved tobacco cessation program. If your program costs less than $150, you can apply for the difference toward reimbursement of nicotine replacement products or medications prescribed to help you quit. Click here for more information.
A Premium membership to FFS Online includes an in-depth quit smoking program, downloadable relaxation exercises, access to an online support community and other resources to help you quit for good.
Doraid Jarrar, MD, a board certified thoracic surgeon and co-director of the Free Lung Cancer Screening Program at Einstein wants you to know what it takes to kick the habit for good. "Only four to seven percent of people are able to quit smoking on any given attempt without medicines or other help," says Dr. Jarrar. "We can help." His tips include:
On April 7th, 2014, Einstein became a Tobacco and Smoke Free Campus. Click the following link for more information.
Click here for the 2018 Tobacco and Smoke Free Campus memo.
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