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Sleep Disorders Center

Millions of people suffer from sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea, insomnia and sleepwalking. Most sleep disorders can be treated. Proper treatment can only be decided after a patient’s condition has been fully and accurately evaluated. The Suburban Sleep Disorders team is led by physicians specializing in sleep disorders, with backgrounds in pulmonology and neurology.

Signs and Symptoms of Sleep Disorders

  • Do you snore or gasp for air while you sleep?
  • Are you always tired during the day?
  • Do you nap or doze when you don’t want to?
  • Do you have trouble falling asleep, or wake up during the night?
  • Do you have leg discomfort or a need to move your legs that keeps you from falling asleep?
  • Do you have restless legs?
  • Do you sleep poorly?

If you answered “yes” to any question above, you may have a sleep disorder like sleep apnea or insomnia.

Suburban Hospital Sleep Disorder Center

Suburban Community Hospital’s Sleep Disorders Center is located on the 3rd floor of the Medical Arts Pavilion. With approximately 2,600 square feet, the center features bedroom style amenities-similar to a hotel rather than a hospital. Currently, there are two patient rooms with queen beds and in collaboration with the Bariatric Program, one of the rooms is bariatric friendly.

The Sleep Disorders Center at Suburban Community Hospital is a specialized center for the evaluation and treatment of all sleep disorders. Some common sleep problems that patients may suffer from include:

  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Restless Legs Syndrome
  • Narcolepsy
  • Insomnia
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Shift work sleep disorder
  • Sleep phase disorder

Sleep Disorder Evaluation and Treatment Questionnaire

After you make your appointment, you will be asked to complete a brief questionnaire regarding your sleep and medical history. You should bring the completed questionnaire with you to your initial evaluation.

Initial Sleep Disorder Evaluation

During the first visit, you will be evaluated by a physician. This includes a detailed discussion about your sleep problem and the information in the questionnaire. A sleep test is usually recommended.

Contact Us About Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders Center
Suburban Community Hospital
Medical Arts Pavilion, 3rd Floor