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QuitSmart Program now offered at Cass Regional Medical Center

Hospital news | Monday, January 7, 2019

Cass Regional Medical Center will host QuitSmart®, a free smoking cessation program, starting January 29, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., in Conference Rooms 1 and 2, located directly inside the main entrance of Cass Regional at 2800 E. Rock Haven Road in Harrisonville.

The QuitSmart program combines powerful treatments to help you break free from tobacco. QuitSmart consists of five sessions over a six-week period. The dates are as follows: January 29; February 5; February 19; February 21 and February 26.

QuitSmart was created by Dr. Robert Shipley, director of the Duke University Quit Smoking Clinic, and is taught by certified QuitSmart leader. In a study of five U.S. Air Force bases, 66% of QuitSmart participants were still smoke-free six months after quitting, compared to 16-30% of those in four other stop smoking programs.

The QuitSmart kit includes a guidebook, a hypnosis CD, and a patented cigarette substitute.

The QuitSmart program is free to the public. You must register to attend this program, the deadline to register is Tuesday, January 22. To register, please call (816) 380-5888. ext. 3200. To learn more about QuitSmart, please contact Terry Johns, RN, at (816) 887-0320, or email tjohns@cassregional.org.