"They should have everything they want"???
I read your other thread, also. If your bosses are requiring that you stand around and breathe second-hand smoke, I'd be inclined to contact OSHA about that. Second-hand smoke is a well-known health hazard and I imagine OSHA would have something to say about your being forced to be exposed to it. In my experience, the few remaining hospitals that haven't gone entirely
smoke-free take the position that any risks involved in smoking (including falling on the way to the "smoke shack", setting themselves on fire, etc.) are freely assumed by the person who wants to smoke, and they're on their own if they want to go out to smoke.
Of course, if the administration is adamant about this, you can always "vote with your feet" and find another job. Of course, that's a hard decision to make. I certainly would not find that an acceptable work situation. Best wishes!