HUDDERSFIELD Royal Infirmary has received an award for becoming a smoke-free zone.
Carol Clark, the deputy chairman of the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust, accepted a Roy Castle Clean Air Award for the Lindley hospital.
It was presented on the Yorkshire and Humber Smoke-free Campaign bus in the hospital's car park.
All the trust's buildings and grounds became smoke-free zones on Sunday.
Smoking at the Royal Infirmary and the Calderdale Royal Hospital in Halifax was the single biggest source of complaints from visitors.
The Government wants all trusts throughout the country to be smoke-free by the end of the year.
This is to make sure no-one is affected by breathing in second-hand smoke and to make a cleaner, fresher environment for patients, staff and visitors.
Ms Clark said: "We hope everyone will work with us to make the policy work, so that no-one coming into our hospitals is affected by second- hand smoke and can enjoy a smoke-free environment."