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GetQuit clinics offering help to stop smoking

MONTGOMERY, AL - The GETQUIT Clinic is a free hour-long workshop for smokers that offers a fresh approach to quitting. Led by a Mayo Clinic tobacco treatment specialist and features an ex-smoker who can help smokers think differently about quitting.

Each clinic will be hosted by a local physician and features a team of professionals to help support a person through the quitting process. The clinic will provide an environment where attendees can focus on learning the tools they need to take the next step - quit smoking. 

Call (888) 866-0843 or 286-2859 to register for one of the following clinics:

Tuesday, Jan. 18
7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Baptist Medical Center South
Physician Dining Room 
2105 East South Blvd.
Light Breakfast Provided 

Noon - 1 p.m.
Baptist Medical Center South
MCI Building/1st Floor Classroom
2119 East South Blvd.
Light Lunch Provided

Wednesday, Jan. 19
7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Baptist Medical Center East
Boardroom
400 Taylor Rd.
Light Breakfast Provided

1 - 2 p.m.
Prattville Baptist Hospital
Classroom
124 South Memorial Dr.
Light Lunch Provided

Thursday, Jan.20
Noon - 1 p.m.
Baptist Medical Center East
3rd Floor Classroom
400 Taylor Rd.
Light Lunch Provided

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