Tobacco Treatment Programs

Bartlett Regional Hospital is a tobacco free campus. We are committed to the health, safety and comfort of our patients. If you or a family member uses tobacco, we can help.

We offer inpatient tobacco counseling and treatment. If you have any questions, please call our Tobacco Treatment Line at (907) 796-8920.

Inpatient Counseling and Treatment

As a patient you will not be able to smoke on our hospital campus. We understand this may be difficult. You will be offered Nicotine Replacement Therapy during your stay in the hospital which is normally used to help people to manage nicotine withdrawal. This is available in patch, gum, lozenge, nasal spray and inhaler.

Alaska Tobacco Quit Line

Alaska Tobacco Quit Line; 1-888-842-QUIT (7848). Trained personnel offer you phone counseling to help you quit tobacco. Once you call them, you can receive 2 months worth of free nicotine patches to help you quit.

Helpful Websites for tobacco users

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
American Lung Association, Alaska
American Lung Association
American Cancer Society
Nicotine Anonymous
United States Department of Defense: Quit Tobacco

Secondhand Smoke and Heart Disease

Secondhand Smoke and Heart Disease Presentation

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