Memorial Medical Center is a smoke-free hospital. Due to changes in Michigan law, (Public Act 315 of 1988) all hospitals must provide a smoke-free environment. This means that patients and visitors may not smoke within the hospital. Since this is a state law, and a requirement for the hospital, we thank you for your cooperation and understanding in helping us comply.
Memorial Medical Center has also implemented a tobacco-free campus. This policy prohibits all tobacco products not only within the hospital but anywhere on Memorial Medical Center property. Patients, visitors and staff will be prohibited from smoking and use of other tobacco products outside of hospital buildings, on hospital grounds and in personal vehicles that are located on hospital property.
As leaders in healthcare, and for the health and wellbeing of our patients, visitors, staff and physicians, Memorial Medical Center is proud to join other hospitals across Michigan in becoming a tobacco-free facility.