Chantix, A Special Feature In The Quit Smoking Program At Bucyrus Community Hospital
Date: 16th July 2007
According to a latest revelation, the tobacco cessation program at Bucyrus Community Hospital includes the anti-smoking medication Chantix and the drug is also meant to be provided free of cost to the participants if they don't have insurance to cover the cost of the medicine. Further information reveal that this program is headed by Susan Wise, a Tobacco treatment specialist and registered respiratory specialist along with her, program evaluation coordinator Suzanne Binau, medical lab technician RaDenna Burkhart and registered nurse Carrie Betts.
However, as revealed by Suzanne Binau, eleven people, some of them hospital employees, have already signed up for the program and this specific quit smoking program offers rewards besides helping in quit smoking. Susan Wise adds that on successful quit smoking the program participants can avail of awards such as Wal-Mart and gas cards.
Moreover, Susan Wise states that they would enroll people into the program at any time and if the people participating in it ask for Chantix, they would need a doctor's prescription. As soon as the people avail of chantix prescription from the doctor, they would be entitled to a coupon with which they would be able to purchase chantix at the Medicine Shoppe.