Tobacco Cessation and Information

Are you or a loved one trying to stop smoking? Holland Hospital offers resources to help you through this life changing process.

Lung Cancer Screening Test

If you are a heavy lifelong smoker and between 55-80 years of age, you may be eligible for a lung screening test. The test is called low dose computed tomography (or LDCT) and it can identify lung cancer early when treatment may be more effective. During an LDCT scan, you lie on a table and an X-ray machine uses a low dose (amount) of radiation to make detailed images of your lungs. The scan only takes a few minutes and is not painful.

You will need a physician referral so speak with your primary care provider. You can also learn more about LDCT at the American Lung Association website which offers a test eligibility quiz:

Click here to take the Lung Cancer Screening Test Eligibility Quiz.

Tobacco Free Coaching

Tobacco free coaching program offers a personalized approach to quitting nicotine and tobacco products for good. Learn about the stages of quitting and get one-on-one support throughout the process. We work with you to develop your own personal quit plan. We will also discuss nicotine replacement products and how to effectively use them, how to cope with triggers and withdrawal symptoms, how to manage cravings and stress and live a life tobacco-free. Individual workbook is also included. Includes four 30-minute appointments.

Click here to learn more.