Stop smoking service

What we do 

Have you been thinking of stopping smoking, or struggling to stop and don't know where to go for help?

Both of our hospitals have an established in-house Stop Smoking Service which provide specialist help to inpatients, outpatients and visitors. You can also receive support in the community from the Hounslow Stop Smoking Service, which offers friendly expert advice and a range of medications (Nicotine Replacement Therapy or Champix). For more information on how to stop smoking, please visit the NHS Smokefree website.

Our team

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Kevin Kennie (Stop Smoking Nurse Specialist)

West Middlesex University Hospital

Eva Gates (Stop Smoking Specialist)

Location

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Preoperative Assessment Unit, behind Lower Ground Floor Outpatients Department, Lift Bank D Monday–Friday, 9am–5pm.

We are especially interested in seeing pregnant mums, COPD and cardiac patients. Patients can be seen at various prearranged locations around the Trust including on wards. Booked appointments and walk-ins welcome. Self-referrals as well as staff are also encouraged.

West Middlesex University Hospital

Outpatients 2, Main Hospital Building, West Middlesex University Hospital or Chest Clinic on Wednesdays between 4:45–5:45 pm (Waiting Area A). 

If you are pregnant please book an appointment with our Stop Smoking Midwife, on Mondays between 10am and 1pm, in the Antenatal Department at the Queen Mary Maternity Unit, West Middlesex University Hospital.

Contact

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

T: 020 3434 2500 (office)
M: 07718 201 520 (work mobile Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm)
E:  or stop.smoking@chelwest.nhs.uk

West Middlesex University Hospital

T: 020 8321 5188 (hospital)
T: 020 8630 3255 (community) or text 07860 026 618
E: stop.smoking@hrch.nhs.uk
W: www.hrch.nhs.uk/hounslow-stop-smoking

Additional support

Marc Gatford (Specialist Stop Smoking Advisor for Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea)
T: 07885 367 385
E:

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