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Did you know that the US Public Health Service guidelines recommend that all smokers willing to quit seek the support of a healthcare provider? That’s because advice and support from a healthcare provider, which includes medication and counseling, can double your chances of quitting successfully. So get started by talking to your healthcare provider today.

In need of a healthcare provider to discuss quitting smoking? Check out the links below to connect with one now, or to find one near you.

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These links are provided as a resource to our visitors and do not imply an endorsement or recommendation of a particular physician by Pfizer or the American Lung Association, nor an endorsement of any Pfizer product by a telehealth provider or any physician.

Pfizer and the American Lung Association accept no responsibility or liability for the content or services of other websites. All prescription decisions are at the sole discretion of the healthcare provider based on the patient’s needs.

The American Lung Association does not endorse products, devices or services.

In need of a healthcare provider to discuss quitting smoking?

Check out the links below to connect with one now, or to find one near you.

Find a healthcare provider to see in person

Search a database of healthcare providers to set up an in-person consultation.

Talk with a board certified healthcare provider online

Schedule consultations with these healthcare providers from your smartphone, tablet or computer, any time of day.*

*Telemedicine is not available in all states and service differs by state.

 

These links are provided as a resource to our visitors and do not imply an endorsement or recommendation of a particular physician by Pfizer or the American Lung Association, nor an endorsement of any Pfizer product by a telehealth provider or any physician.

Pfizer and the American Lung Association accept no responsibility or liability for the content or services of other websites. All prescription decisions are at the sole discretion of the healthcare provider based on the patient’s needs.

The American Lung Association does not endorse products, devices or services.

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