Sleep Study

Sleep Disorders Lab

Your Sleep is our Concern

To feel fully alive and alert during the day, you need restful sleep at night. While the problem for some may be getting to sleep or staying asleep, for many others staying awake is difficult. And for those who do shift work, arranging a schedule to get enough sleep is a challenge. That is where the Sleep Lab or Sleep Clinic can help.

As an integral part of Three Rivers Health family care program, our Sleep Disorders Lab provides a wide range of services to improve sleep and alertness. Our monthly Sleep Clinic brings a physician, certified in sleep medicine right here to consult with you if needed.

To see if you are at risk for sleep apnea, please follow the link to the right for the STOPBANG questionnaire.  Should your answers indicate you may have a problem, please contact us to assist you with referrals.

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Luxury and Comfort

Our Sleep Disorders Lab was designed for your comfort, with sound-proof luxury bedrooms, queen-size sleep number beds, plasma TVs, individual heat controls, and private bathrooms.

We have created a friendly home-like atmosphere, complemented by the latest technology, to make your visit a personalized, professional, and satisfying healthcare experience. We are dedicated to answering your questions and explaining all testing procedures.

During the night your sleep will be monitored by our professional staff who will use state-of-the-art equipment to record your sleep patterns, heart activities, breathing, and body movements.

Our Sleep Disorders Lab medical and technical staff members are specially trained in sleep medicine, in addition to their other medical, technical, and clinical training. Our services focus on identifying disorders, sleep patterns, and any other factors that may interfere with getting a good night’s sleep.

Talk to Your Physician

Talk to your physician or contact our diagnostic lab direct if you have questions or concerns. Our number is (269) 273-9816. It is important that you speak to a physician or healthcare provider if you think you are not getting enough restful sleep. He or she can then evaluate your situation and contact the Sleep Disorders Lab to schedule a sleep study for you.