CMH SleepCare has operated a lab at Clinton Memorial Hospital (CMH) since 2002. The lab diagnoses and treats a variety of sleeping disorders. In 2010, our lab was reaccredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) as a full range of service sleep center.
Commonly, sleep patients are referred to a sleep center by their primary care physician. A sleep study is conducted by a qualified sleep technician and is a safe and painless procedure.
SleepCare offers consultation and follow-up services with a board-certified sleep physician, as well as CPAP/BiPAP titrations, home sleep testing, polysomnograms, split-night studies, maintenance of wakefulness tests and multiple sleep latency tests. We employ technical staff that includes respiratory therapists and registered polysomnographic technologists.
Common Symptoms of Sleeping Disorders
- Severe snoring
- Arousals with gasping for air
- Daytime sleepiness
- Memory problems
- Restless sleep
- Dry throat upon awakening
- Chest pain
- Shortness of breath
Common Disorders and Treatments
SleepCare at CMH is able to diagnose a variety of sleeping disorders, including sleep apnea, narcolepsy, insomnia and restless legs syndrome. Sleep apnea is a frequently occurring disorder involving the collapse of the airway during sleep, causing snoring and cessation of breathing. Sleep apnea can contribute to a number of serious health risks such as hypertension, obesity, heart attack, diabetes and stroke.
Physician Scheduling Options
SleepCare is an open lab, allowing physicians to choose which services are needed for you. Physicians may either send you for a consultation with our sleep specialists, where our specialist will order the appropriate study and follow up with you directly; or physicians may send you directly for a sleep study, having the option to follow up with you themselves.