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Smoking & mobile phone use

Smoking & mobile phone use

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The James Paget University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is a smokefree zone. 

It recognises the requirement to promote health and reduce ill-health.  All Trust buildings and their surroundings (sites) are smokefree environments. Designated smoking shelters are available at the front and the rear of the external hospital. This policy applies to patients, visitors and staff who are employees of the Trust, contractors or other agencies working on Trust sites. 

Daily and evening stop smoking clinics are available at the hospital. Please call: 01493 452067 to make an appointment or for more advice. 

Alternatively you can call the local NHS Stop Smoking Service on: 0800 652 3477. 

Or visit the NHS Smokefree website for help and resources.

The Trust's Smoking Policy is available to view and download here.


Mobile phone use

Our mobile phone policy is intended to promote a restful and therapeutic environment for all our patients, to protect the privacy and dignity of patients and staff, to ensure the safe use of sensitive equipment and help you keep in touch with those you care about.

This guidance covers all mobile device types, including mobile and smart phones, notebooks, laptops, computers, gaming devices, video and audio recorders.



Mobile phone poster pdf Download
Mobile phone guidance - the do's and don'ts word Download