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Tired of Counting Sheep?

Apr
3
Thu
Apr 3, 2014
Thursday
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Wesley Long Education Center, Classroom 1
Greensboro, NC

Do you or someone you know have difficulty sleeping? Come learn about common sleep disorders so you don’t have to count sheep anymore.

Registration Details

Registration for this class is closed. (Alternative dates are available for some classes.)

Preregistration is closed. You are welcome to register at the program.

Fees & Payment

This program is free.

Description

Couple SleepingDo you or someone you know have difficulty sleeping? Does snoring, waking suddenly, tingling legs or other interruptions keep you from getting a good night’s rest? If so, come learn about sleep apnea, insomnia and other sleep disorders from Keith Clance, MD, from the Cone Health Sleep Disorders Center. You don’t have to count sheep anymore.

Parking Information:

Wesley Long Hospital is located at 501 N. Elam Avenue. The Education Center faces Elam Avenue and is across the street from the LeBauer HealthCare building. Parking is available in the visitor parking lot located off of Elam Avenue to the left of Wesley Long Hospital. Follow the sidewalk to the Education Center entrance that faces Elam Avenue. The classrooms are numbered and located within this Center.

Cancellation Information:

We have a tremendous response to our programs and space is limited. If you cannot attend this class, please call 832-8000 to cancel your registration.

Inclement Weather:

In the event of inclement weather, please visit conehealth.com or call 832-7562 for the status of this program.

Contact

Jennifer Leonard at 336-832-6698

Schedule & Location

Schedule

Date Time Location
1. Thu, April 03 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM Wesley Long Education Center, Classroom 1

Location Details

  • Wesley Long Education Center, Classroom 1
    501 N. Elam Ave
    Greensboro, NC 27403

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