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Smoking and Tobacco Policy

Designated tobacco use areas

To protect our visitors, patients and employees, no tobacco use of any kind — including smoking and smokeless tobacco — is permitted on Tanner’s hospital campuses except in designated tobacco use areas located at the very edge of each campus.

Our tobacco policy is enforced by Tanner security. Please ask a volunteer if you need help locating a designated area for tobacco use.

Nicotine replacement therapy

We encourage visitors to bring nicotine replacement therapies if you are unable to refrain from tobacco use for the duration of your visit with a patient.

Tanner offers tobacco cessation education and nicotine replacement sources – such as patches – to our patients based on the patient’s needs and any physician’s orders.

Events

Nutrition for Diabetes - Webinar
Nutrition for Diabetes - Webinar

Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Carb Counting - Webinar
Carb Counting - Webinar

Wednesday, March 13, 2024

Blogs

Helping Loved Ones Resistant to Hospice Care
Helping Loved Ones Resistant to Hospice Care

Having a loved one nearing the end of life can be a difficult time for both the patient and their family members. Oftentimes, hospice care is recommended as a way to provide comfort and support during this difficult transition. However, some loved ones may be resistant to hospice care and may not understand the benefits it can provide. By understanding their fears and concerns, answering their questions and more, families can help their loved ones receive the care they need.

Winter Sports Injury? Here’s What to Do
Winter Sports Injury? Here’s What to Do

Maybe your child slips at the ice rink or your teen crashes into another basketball player. Or, you have a hard spill while hiking or hitting the slopes. All it takes is one wrong move for a winter sports injury. While it’s the same for any season, winter does put us at higher risk for injury.

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