Smoking and tobacco use
Smoking and any form of tobacco use is not permitted on any Flagstaff Medical Center campus or property. This includes buildings, walkways, parking lots, cars parked in FMC parking lots, FMC vehicles on or off campus, private sidewalks or private streets within campus boundaries. These boundaries do not include public sidewalks. In addition, cigarettes, smoking materials and tobacco products are not sold at FMC.
The purpose of this policy is to provide a healing environment for our patients, visitors, medical staff, volunteers and employees by eliminating tobacco use at FMC campus. For the health and safety of all our patients and visitors, please observe this policy and respect all posted no-smoking signs.
Flagstaff Medical Center and Verde Valley Medical Center are committed to a smoke-free environment. In the interest of the health of our patients, visitors, employees and volunteers, we appreciate your assistance in achieving this goal.
FMC and VVMC hospital campuses went tobacco-free on Nov. 16, 2006.