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Smoke Free Hospitals

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (UHB) is committed to the health and wellbeing of its staff, patients and visitors. 

There is no smoking in Cardiff and Vale hospitals and grounds.

This means that staff, patients and visitors are not able to smoke on any of the hospital sites across Cardiff and the Vale and the use of e-cigarettes is restricted inside hospital premises.  

Anyone seen discarding cigarettes on site will face an on-the-spot Penalty Notice of £80. See our FAQs for more information on the Penalty Notices.

 

Find your nearest Smoking Cessation Service

Help Me Quit

‘Help Me Quit’ is the new single point of access for all NHS stop smoking services across Wales. It is estimated that two thirds of smokers would like to quit, and you are four times more likely to give up smoking by combining help from a specialist NHS support service with a stop smoking medication. NHS stop smoking services available from Help Me Quit include Stop Smoking Wales, Pharmacy and Hospital Services.

Type of support available

  • Stop Smoking Wales Groups
  • Stop Smoking Wales One to One
  • Stop Smoking Wales Phone Support
  • Community Pharmacies
  • Hospital services for pregnant woman and selected patient groups

When you decide to stop smoking you don't have to go it alone.  Contact the Help Me Quit Contact Centre:

All the NHS Stop Smoking Services offer friendly support and advice that will help you to quit smoking and stay quit. 

 

Cardiff and Vale UHB Smoking Cessation Service

The hospital service supports all outpatients, inpatients and their partners, parents of paediatric patients and staff to stop smoking.  The hospital based service offers one to one long term intensive behavioural support.

You can make an appointment by contacting:

  • Helen.Poole@wales.nhs.uk
  • Tel: 029 2074 3582 (University Hospital of Wales)
  • Tel:  029 2071 5420 (University Hospital Llandough)

Staff Training

Free Making Every Contact Count (MECC) training available for all Cardiff and Vale UHB staff.  The training will provide you with the confidence and skills to discuss smoking informally with smokers on hospital grounds.  Following the training you will be able to:

  • ask  the right questions
  • deliver brief advice 
  • signpost to relevant health information and services.

To register or for further information about the training please contact Elin.Evans5@wales.nhs.uk

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