Want to stop smoking?

There are lots of ways to get help to quit, if you use stop smoking medication and personal support from the NHS, you are 4 times more likely to succeed.

Choose from the following, but face to face is recommended.

  1. Face to face with a stop smoking specialist - Harinder is our specialist stop smoking advisor from the Bexley Stop Smoking Service.  She runs a clinic on Tuesday afternoons at the Burnt Oak Lane surgery offering one-to-one support.  If you are unable to attend this clinic then we can refer you to an alternative clinic within the area. To be referred please contact reception asking for your details to be passed on to Louise.

  2. Face to face with your pharmacist - Please contact your local pharmacy to see if they offer this service.

  3. Web support in your home - Prefer to use your mobile phone or email? Try the "together programme".  They will support you through texts and messages and send you a pack.  Sign up at http://www.smokefree.nhs.uk/ or to chat online click the "chat to an advisor" link on the website.

  4. Telephone helpline - For a quick conversation with an advisor, call the helpline from a landline for free on 0800 022 4332.  lines are open 7am - 11pm 7 days a week.


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