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Quitting smoking

You smoke but are thinking of quitting. How can you approach this? Research shows that quitting with guidance works best. If you want to quit smoking, it is nice if you are not alone. Receiving counselling can be through individual counselling or in the form of group training (on-site or online).

Quitting in groups

In a group, you can support each other and have one common goal: quit smoking! In seven 1.5-hour meetings on location or online, you will quit smoking in a group. After two weeks of preparation, you will stop smoking together at the 3rd meeting. You then receive another month of guidance from our experienced coaches to help you get through those first difficult weeks. They do this using a proven effective method developed at universities in England. 

Individual coaching

Together with the coach, you walk the path towards your final goal: a smoke-free life! The coach motivates you to continue, supports you in making the right choices and accompanies you with valuable tips and advice. The programme consists of 6 individual conversations, 1 of 30 minutes and 5 of 20 minutes. Between appointments, extra contact with your coach is possible at difficult moments.


SineFuma's stop-smoking counselling is fully reimbursed by all health insurers under the basic health insurance. For information and possibilities, see the website "Smoke-free! You too?".

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New telephone system

From 20 June, we are using a new telephone system. With this system, you can choose not to wait for the assistant to speak to you, but to be called back by the assistant at a later time. Of course, you can always choose to stay in the queue.

With this, we hope to increase the practice's accessibility and manage waiting times better. It will take some getting used to for everyone. For you, because you will suddenly come into contact with the practice in a different way, and also for the assistants, who will have to familiarise themselves with this way of working. We hope for your patience and especially for an improved accessibility of our GP care for you.