Michigan Hospital Has New Rule Against Hiring People Who Smoke

If you light up, look elsewhere.

A Michigan hospital has a new rule against hiring people who smoke.

In fact the hospital has taken back job offers from people who failed its nicotine test.

Crittenton hospital in Rochester is now one of the first in the state refusing to hire smokers.

Crittenton's CEO says the new rule will not only save the hospital money in health care costs but it helps promote a healthier lifestyle on campus.

Potential employees are screened for nicotine and so far 2 have failed the test. Their job offers were revoked.