In an effort to model healthy behaviors for each other and for the community in which it serves, Chester County Hospital is a smoke-free environment for its employees, patients, and visitors. Chester County Hospital does not allow smoking (tobacco products or e-cigarettes) anywhere on the main campus of the hospital or at its many satellite campuses.
The designation of Smoke Free pertains to Chester County Hospital's buildings and grounds, parking areas, walkways, adjacent sidewalks, entrances, owned or operated vehicles, and personal vehicles parked on Chester County Hospital property. Visitors are not allowed to smoke inside any building and are strongly discouraged from smoking outside the hospital and its owned or leased properties.
Your physician and nurse may provide assistance to you if you anticipate difficulty in not smoking during your hospitalization.
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The decision to be a smoke-free campus went into effect July 1, 2010.