The most precious patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit are receiving leading-edge care thanks to donors to the Health Sciences Foundation. Grants totaling $180,000 provided new isolettes to regulate body temperature, a safer shuttle to transport newborns in incubators, and equipment to provide breathing assistance for newborns with respiratory issues.
We understand that smoking is an addiction to nicotine and we want to support patients during their stay at at our Hospital. For patients who are admitted to hospital, there are services to help them with quitting smoking or remaining smoke-free while at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre.
Quitting smoking can help to ensure that our patients receive the best care possible. Quitting smoking can have positive impacts on treatment effectiveness, healing, and even prevent re-admissions.
Patients who are admitted are asked by their nurse if they would like nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) while here.
Speak to your community pharmacist about your smoking cessation options.