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I QUIT SM KING at Jersey City Medical Center

The I Quit Smoking at Jersey City Medical Center program combines the power of pharmacology, counseling and medical testing. Using a one-to-one customized approach, the science-based treatments minimize your tobacco withdrawal symptoms to maximize your chance of successfully quitting. As featured on the Today Show and other national and local television programs, I Quit Smoking ensures the highest quit rates, over 15 times the national average. The program features an intense assessment of each patient’s tobacco addiction and a look at why treatment has proven ineffective in the past. Medication and counseling help the individual to conquer both the physical and psychological dependence to tobacco addiction.

A proven and successful way to get people to stop smoking forever. Medical Team: Victor Marchione, M.D., is the Medical Director of the program. Board certified in pulmonary and internal medicine, Dr. Marchione has been involved in smoking cessation programs since 1999 and often speaks and appears on television as an expert in this area. Matthew Bars, a board certified tobacco treatment specialist, has been engaged in the treatment, management and administration of nicotine addiction programs since 1980. He has been Director of the New York City Fire Department’s Tobacco Treatment Program since 2001. Since then, smoking in the FDNY has been reduced by 70 percent.

1-800-45-SM KE 1-800-457- 6053 www.libertyhealth.org

A Primary Teaching Affiliate of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and your Quality Regional Healthcare Provider The only hospital in Hudson, Essex, and Union counties to be recognized with the prestigious Magnet Award for Nursing Excellence! 2010 & 2011 #1 Overall NJ Hospital by the Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.’s Survey of NJ Doctors (among hospitals of similar size).

NEW Magazine: Winter 2011  

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