Anti-Smoking Clinics

Anti-Smoking Clinics


The Anti-Smoking Clinics is an initiative meant to facilitate access to therapeutic services and integrate these clinics with other healthcare providers to ensure a standard high-quality service for all beneficiaries. 

Achieving a global standard of tobacco-use treatment.

The initiative aims at providing the best preventive and therapeutic services through qualified skilled staff to the largest possible number of those willing to quit smoking, in line with the Saudi Clinical Guidelines for Tobacco Cessation​ Services. It also aims to raise the service efficiency standards to the local, regional and global best with commitment to continuous improvement.

Detailed Objectives:
  • Enhance collaboration between the National Tobacco Control Committee and other sectors to provide ​high-quality preventive and therapeutic services for smoking prevention.
  • Qualify physicians and health practitioners and train them on Tobacco-Cessation Program, in line with the Saudi Guide for Tobacco-Cessation Services.
  • Boost health education and preventive services.
  • Help those willing to quit smoking by providing them with therapeutic services (behavioral - pharmacological).
  • Introduce Anti-smoking System and process of handling the incoming notifications.
Alternative Channels for Service Assessment:
  1. «Sehhaty» Platform: It is MOH's unified platform that provides several health services to all individuals; in terms of reviewing their health data, as well as achieving an integrated health strategy; thus leading to a vibrant and healthy society. The platform provides users in the Kingdom with a wide range of health services to facilitate the provision of integrated healthcare to individuals such as immediate consultations, and booking and reviewing medical appointment scheduling.موعد/id1295059205?mt=8

  2. 937-Service​: It provides medical consultations via voice call.​

What is Language of Service?

The Ministry provides its e-services in Arabic and English. 

Last Update : 21 March 2023 11:56 PM
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