Tobacco-Free Campus

Tobacco-Free Campus
Anderson Regional Medical Center became a smoke-free campus September 1, 2010. Smoking and/or use of tobacco products are not permitted anywhere on campus, including sidewalks, parking structures and inside vehicles whether parked or driving through campus. This is part of ongoing efforts to ensure a healthy environment for our patients, visitors and employees.  Patients who smoke should discuss how to manage withdrawal symptoms and/or quit smoking with their physician.

Anderson Regional Medical Center offers Tobacco Cessation Classes. This program is a free service and is sponsored by ACT Center for Tobacco Treatment, Education and Research.  This six-week program is offered several times throughout the year. Please call 601.484.3374 for class dates and to schedule your required intake assessment.