Highland goes tobacco-free
Published 7:25 pm Wednesday, January 30, 2008
On April 30, Highland Community Hospital will join more than 30 other Mississippi hospitals which have become tobacco-free.
Highland cares about the health of its patients and employees, according to a press release from the hospital. Providing a tobacco-free campus will support a healthier environment for everyone at Highland, according to the releas.
Between now and April 30, Highland will prepare and educate employees and patients for becoming a tobacco-free campus, according to the release. Many of these activities will call on employees directly to provide input and guidance.
“By becoming a tobacco-free campus, Highland is encouraging a healthier lifestyle for our employees and patients,” said Steve Grimm, administrator. “Health care is our business, so it is no surprise that Highland is joining this nationwide campaign of being a tobacco free campus. We stand behind our community, patients, and employees in their quest for living healthier lives,” Grimm said.
For more information, contact HCH OnCall at 1-800-280-1151.