Naas General Hospital is a member of the Irish National Health Promotion Hospital (HPH) Network and is committed to attainment of health gain for staff, patients and the community. www.hphallireland.org
The role of the Health Promotion services is to co-ordinate and develop a health promotion culture within the hospital, and to initiate and support better communication, partnership and joint action within the hospital and through the hospital to the wider community.
Smoking Cessation Services
Smoking cessation services are available to hospital patients, staff and the community.
Individual inpatient and outpatient consultation
Weekly Clinic – Thursdays 08.30-16.30 pm Week Stop Smoking Courses
Telephone: 045 849939
National Quitline 1850 201 203
Health Promotion Resource Centre
A highly visible open 'user friendly', health promotion centre, situated in the atrium of the hospital, which encourages users to seek health information, with access to on-line Health
The Irish Heart Foundation http://www.irishheart.ie/
The Irish Cancer Society http://www.cancer.ie/
The Office of Tobacco Control http://www.otc.ie/
Health Promotion Unit of the Department of Health and Children http://www.healthpromotion.ie/web
For Citizens Information visit the Irish Government Public Service Information Site
National Quitline number1850 201 203
The Irish Heart Foundation www.irishheart.ie
The Irish Cancer Society www.cancer.ie
The Office of Tobacco Control www.otc.ie
Health Promotion Unit of the Department of Health and Children www.healthpromotion.ie/web
Visit ‘Oasis’ the Irish Government Public Service Information Site www.oasis.gov.ie
Irish Heart Foundation Catering Award
Healthy Eating Catering Award for staff and visitors
Sli na Slainte.
Self-referral to Smoking Cessation Clinic.
Supportive smoke-free environment.
Complimentary Therapy Service.
Monthly Occupational Health Clinic
Back Care Programme
General Health Awareness Days
Annual Flu Vaccination Programme
Supportive Workplace Breastfeeding Initiative
Professional Education and Training
In-house Brief Intervention Training
Health Promotion Unit Training and Development programme
Telephone: 01 4632800 for details.