To ensure healthy, clean air for all patients, visitors and staff, Wenatchee Valley Medical Center became permanently tobacco free on November 17, 2011, in conjunction with the Great American Smokeout.
This includes all of the buildings and property on our Wenatchee campus and our regional clinics in Cashmere, East Wenatchee, Moses Lake, Omak, Oroville, Royal City and Tonasket.
Being tobacco free means that any form of tobacco is prohibited, including cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, pipes, cigars, medical marijuana and any illicit, illegal or noxious substances that can be consumed by smoking or inhalation.
We appreciate your cooperation in providing a healthy experience for everyone who visits or works at Wenatchee Valley Medical Center.
For tips on fighting tobacco cravings while visiting our campuses, or for information on quitting tobacco, please view the documents and Web links on the right side of this page.