QUIT SMOKING SUCCESS

June 21, 2017

Congratulations to Jacob Herbert who has won a $150 Pac n save voucher for his success in our quit smoking program run by our lovely nurse Fiona

 

This programme has been sponsored by the Western Bay of Plenty Primary Health Organisation

 

https://www.facebook.com/quitsmokinghub.nz/

 

World Smokefree Day is 31 May!!

To celebrate

your General Practice &

Western Bay of Plenty PHO

are inviting smokers who

want to QUIT,

the chance to win

 

1 of 3 - $150.00

Grocery vouchers

 

To enter, talk to your doctor or nurse and set your quit date now!

 

BE IN TO WIN AND BEGIN

A SMOKEFREE LIFE

 

 

 

Do it for you, do it for your whanau

 

 

 

 

Competition

Celebrating World Smokefree Day

Thank you for supporting and contributing to the achievement of Smokefree 2025.  The WBOPPHO would like to acknowledge your efforts in raising the awareness of the smokefree kaupapa, building on and complementing your current work and increasing the quit attempts amongst your patients.

We hope you will been keen to participate in our competition with 3 great prizes for patients doing really well with their quit smoking attempts as well as morning tea treats  for the three practices with the most entries. 

 

 

BE IN TO WIN

 

PATIENT PRIZES

 1 of 3  $150 Grocery Vouchers

 

PRACTICE PRIZES

1 of 3 Morning Tea Treats

 

 

 

  • NO practice registration required

  • Display the poster in your waiting room, brief your team & get started

  • Competition runs from 1st to 31st of May17  

  • Only smokers starting their quit attempt in May are eligible to enter

  • Winners must still be quit at the time the prize is awarded

  • All entries on the WBOP PHO entry spreadsheet

  • PHO must receive all entries by 5pm Friday 2 June17 via fax 5773191 or

    email to debbieb@wboppho.org.nz

     

Patient winners will be drawn from all patient entries with the practice confirming the patient is still quit before awarding the prize.

Practice prizes for the 3 practices with the highest numbers of quit attempts entered and this will be awarded on a pro-rata basis.

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