Tobacco Free Campus
In order to provide a healthy and safe environment for patients, employees, visitors, and physicians and to promote positive, healthy lifestyles, Central Washington Hospital is tobacco free effective February 14, 2013.
Being tobacco free means that the use of tobacco products is prohibited on the Central Washington Hospital campus, which includes but is not limited to parking lots, sidewalks, grassy areas, and facilities controlled by Central Washington Hospital.
All forms of tobacco are prohibited, including cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, pipes, and cigars. Non-FDA-approved devices, such as electronic cigarettes, are also prohibited.
We appreciate your cooperation in providing a healthy environment for everyone who visits or works at Central Washington Hospital.
Tobacco Cessation Resources page on the Heminger Health Library website
It's Never Too Late to Quit (pdf)
Read about the support available for quitting tobacco.