We can be reached 9am - 9pm, 7 days per week
Ontario Toll Free : 1-877-242-0775
Quebec Toll Free : 1-877-977-9412



We can be reached 9am - 9pm, 7 days per week
Ontario Toll Free : 1-877-242-0775
Quebec Toll Free : 1-877-977-9412
Toll Free 1.877.242.0775
Our phone lines are open 7 days a week from 9am - 9pm
Our Mobile Service
Organize a group of 8 or more and we will come to you
Reasons for Quitting
Enjoy a healthier future for you and your family


Locations

St. Vincent Hospital Ottawa

60 Cambridge St. North
Suite 1116
(877) 242-0775 | map | email

Renfrew

1035 O'Brien Rd #23
613-401-1510
map | email

Belleville

257 Pinnacle St suite #212.
(613) 243-6868 map | email

Kemptville District Hospital

2675 Concession Road
(613) 216-9050 | map | email

Orleans

210 Centrum Blvd. Suite 110
(613) 900-1981 | map | email

Whitby

420 Crawforth St.
(Welcome to Wellness Clinic)
(905) 233-4198 | map | email

Richmond Hill

372 Tower Hill Rd.
(647) 408-7867 | map | email

Mississauga

4141 Dixie Rd. #31B
(Rockwood Mall)
(647) 476-2757 | map | email

Gatineau

5 rue Laval - Bureau 202
1-877-977-9412
(819) 639-1834 | map | email

Montreal

515 Fleury St East
1-877-977-9412
(514) 275-2501 | map | email

Laval

1717 Boul St Martin Suite #350
877-977-9412
(450) 634-0180 | map | email

Anjou

7050 Jean-Talon Est - Bureau #20
(514) 275-2501 | email

Saint-Eustache

124 A Rue Saint-Laurent
(450) 634-0180 | map | email

St Jérôme

1087 Rue Melancon
(450) 634-0180 | map | email

Brossard

1424, boulevard Rome
1-877-977-9412
(450) 999-0171 | map | email

Vaudreuil

412 Boul Harwood Suite 106
(877) 977-9412 | map | email

Gatineau

5 rue Laval - Bureau 202
1-877-977-9412
(819) 639-1834 | map | email

Montreal

515 Fleury St East
1-877-977-9412
(514) 275-2501 | map | email

Laval

1717 Boul St Martin Suite #350
877-977-9412
(450) 634-0180 | map | email

Anjou

7050 Jean-Talon Est - Bureau #20
(514) 275-2501 | email

Saint-Eustache

124 A Rue Saint-Laurent
(450) 634-0180
| map | email

St Jérôme

1087 Rue Melancon
(450) 634-0180
| map | email

Brossard

1424, boulevard Rome
1-877-977-9412
(450) 999-0171 | map | email

Vaudreuil

412 Boul Harwood Suite 106
(877) 977-9412 | map | email

Good news for employers and employees!

Smoking cessation laser therapy

Effective solutions to help employers implement a smoke-free workplace. "Paying for an employee's tobacco cessation treatment provides more return on investment than any other adult treatment or prevention benefit." Omega laser therapy is the premier provider of smoking cessation services to businesses across Ontario and Quebec. We team up with corporations that wish to improve the health and productivity of their workforce. More specifically, we help employers of all sizes and budgets provide workplace-based assistance to employees interested in quitting smoking. Our innovative wellness solution is easy, efficient and cost-saving.

On site corporate program

Our staff can set-up treatment in your company's conference room, making it more economical, quick and convenient for all involved. Each employee would require one 25 minute initial laser treatment plus a 10 minutes consultation. Any follow up after that would be made directly at our offices locally. We know this works and we're excited to offer this program to your organization. Just have someone from your organization contact Sylvie at corporate sales 1-877-242-0775 if you have additional questions - or would like to discuss how to move forward with our corporate program.

Saving lives and reducing costs for employers and employees!

Smoking is a costly and deadly habit that robs the employee and employers from productivity, resources and revenue!

Highest Success Rate

(Only 1 in 10 of our clients returns for a second treatment within one year)
For most businesses, it's the right results that count. When you review the costs and success rates of the alternative methods, it becomes clear that Omega Laser Therapy is the best way to go, to help to reach the objective of fewer smokers on staff.

Corporate Smoking Cessation program cost sharing options:
  • $150 from Employee, Company pays the rest
  • Employee pays all (with possible payroll deduction option)
  • Employee pays part or all up front, company reimburses after _ months success

  • Why is smoking so costly to employers, employees and the insurer?

    Reason for excess cost

    Cost per smoker
    Smoking breaks (2005) -- $5,625
    Mortality-related lost productivity (1999) -- $1,760
    Excess medical expenditures (1999) -- $1,623
    Missed work days due to sickness (2001) -- $341


    TOTAL EXCESS COST PER SMOKER PER YEAR -- $9,349

    Each smoker costs their employer $9,349 in lost productivity , excess medical expenditures and other related expenses. Although newer data is not yet available, these costs have and are rising faster and higher than all other cost of living increases.

    Men who smoke incur $15,800 (in 2002 dollars) more in lifetime medical expenses and are absent from work 4 days more per year than men who do not smoke.
    Women who smoke incur $17,500 (in 2002 dollars) more in lifetime medical expenses and are absent from work 2 days more each year than non-smoking women.

    Smoking is costly to employees as is to employers both in terms of smoking-related medical expenses and lost productivity


    Number of employees
    (All included)
    Estimated number of smokers
    (1 out of 4)
    Estimated annual loss to employer
    ($9,349 each smoker)
    Percentage of savings to employer
    256$56,09476%
    5013$121,53787%
    10025$233,72592%
    25063$588,98793%
    500125$1,168,62593%
    1000250$2,337,25094%
    2000500$4,674,50095%

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, employee tobacco use costs U.S. companies an estimated $167 billion each year in direct medical costs and lost productivity due to morbidity. Smoking costs businesses even more when absenteeism, lost productivity due to smoke breaks and workers compensation claims is included - with an overall tobacco-use prevalence of 22.5%, a company of 10,000 employees is incurring an estimated $12,333,200 per year in costs associated with smoking.

  • People who smoke are absent from work 2.9 days more than non-smokers
  • Lost production time is 75% higher for smokers vs. non-smokers
  • Annual workers compensation costs are up to 12 times higher for smokers than non-smokers

  • Studies have shown that tobacco treatment is more cost-effective than:
  • Mammographies
  • Pap tests
  • Colon cancer screenings
  • Pharmacological treatment of mild to moderate hypertension
  • Pharmacological treatment of hypercholesterolemia



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