Guy's Campus to go smoke-free


Posted on Friday 15 July 2016
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Guy's Campus is going smoke-free on Monday 5 September.

King’s College London’s Guy’s Campus is going smoke-free from Monday 5 September. This means that the whole of the Guy’s site will be smoke-free from that date.

Smoking will not be permitted anywhere on the university campus or Guy’s Hospital site. E-cigarettes will be permitted outdoors on the university campus but will continue to be banned on the hospital site.

Guy’s and St Thomas’ banned smoking on its hospital and community premises in June 2015. King's College London's Guy’s Campus joins the other King’s Health Partners organisations, Guy’s and St Thomas’, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College Hospital, which have already gone smoke-free.

If you want to know more about Guy’s and St Thomas’ smoke-free policy or would like support to quit, contact Guy’s and St Thomas’ stop smoking service on 020 7188 0995, email stopsmoking@gstt.nhs.uk.

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