Smoking Cessation Clinics
At present, there are a number of smoking cessation clinics run by Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (TWGHs) (subvented by Department of Health (DH)), the Pok Oi Hospital (subvented by DH), Hospital Authority (HA) and various organisations. Some private doctors and private hospitals also provide smoking cessation services that smokers may join.
Tung Wah Group of Hospitals
The Department of Health collaborates with the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals to launch a community-based smoking cessation programme. The programme provides the public with easily accessible smoking cessation clinical service and educational activities. Several Integrated Centres on Smoking Cessation are established by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals to provide the community with free smoking cessation services in various time frames including evening hours and weekends. The service has commenced since January 2009.
For enquiry or appointment, please call the Integrated Smoking Cessation Hotline of DH at 1833 183 ( Press 2 )
For enquiry or appointment, please call the Integrated Smoking Cessation Hotline of DH at 1833 183 ( Press 3 ) or Quitline : 2300 7272
Pok Oi Hospital
With effect from 1 April 2010, DH collaborates with Pok Oi Hospital (POH) for the provision of smoking cessation programme using traditional Chinese medicine.
United Christian Nethersole Community Health Service (UCNCHS)
Smoking Cessation Programme for Ethnic Minorities and New Immigrants
DH has collaborated with UCNCHS since 2013 to implement the programme. It aims to provide smoking cessation service mainly to the ethnic minorities and new immigrants. The service is also open to the local population of Hong Kong. The core smoking cessation clinic is located at Tin Shui Wai. Services are also provided at four satellite clinics located at Jordan, Kwun Tong (Wo Lok), Lam Tin (Kwong Tin), and Tai Po (Kwong Fuk). All smoking cessation services are provided free of charge.
Hotline: 3156 9012 / 2344 3019
Department of Health
Pilot Public-Private Partnership Programme on Smoking Cessation
[Pilot Public-Private Partnership Programme on Smoking Cessation]To complement existing smoking cessation services, the Department of Health launched the two-year Pilot Public-Private Partnership Programme on Smoking Cessation (SCPPP) in December 2017 to test a new model of free and opportunistic smoking cessation services provided by private primary care doctors. The pilot programme aims to improve access to smoking cessation service for smokers who may be hard to reach by other means.
Smokers under the care of doctors enrolled in the pilot programme receive free and fully-subsidised smoking cessation services which include assessment, identification of motivational factors and barriers to quit smoking, counselling with medication for smoking cessation if indicated.