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The Cone Health Sleep Disorders Center at Annie Penn Hospital is here to help you resolve your sleep issues. Whether you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, find yourself tired all day, are struggling with sleepwalking or more, we’ll work hand in hand with your physician to determine how to help you get good rest so you can feel your best.

Ask Your Doctor for a Referral

Ask your physician or provider for a direct referral to the Cone Health Sleep Disorders Center at Annie Penn Hospital. For more information, call us at 336-832-0410.

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We work hard to make the experience a positive one for you. We know it can be strange to sleep in a monitored environment, but rest assured you’ll be in capable hands – and in a comfortable space. 

Once your sleep study is complete, we’ll share the results with your referring physician for a formal diagnosis shared by your physician at a follow-up appointment. From there, your physician will arm you with a treatment plan to help tackle whatever issue your sleep study uncovers. 

Our Sleep Disorders Center has met national standards for healthcare quality and safety by earning the highest standard: The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval. We pride ourselves in bringing top-notch care to every patient who chooses our center.


Potential Symptoms of a Sleep Disorder

You might want to ask your physician for a referral to our center for a sleep study if you consistently exhibit any of the following symptoms:

  • Excessive tiredness during the day
  • Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  • Snoring
  • Morning headaches or dry mouth
  • Sleepwalking
  • Persistent night terrors
  • Poor attention span and difficulty staying on tasks
  • Falling asleep at the wrong times or places
  • Difficulty getting up in the morning
  • Stop breathing for seconds at a time or wake suddenly with a gasp

Children suffering from poor sleep can display mood and behavior problems during the day. Some children will also experience a lack of concentration, hyperactivity, aggression and other behavior problems. Please consult with a pediatrician about these concerns to see if a sleep study is appropriate.  


Q: What should I wear to my sleep study?

A: Wear comfortable nighttime garments (and make sure you have a separate top and bottom to your outfit). Loose-fitting clothing is preferred. Bring any nighttime medications you’d normally take as well (in their prescription bottle or over-the-counter packaging, if possible). You’re welcome to bring a favorite pillow or blanket along, too.

Q: Do I need to do anything special the day before my study?

A: Be sure not to consume any caffeine or alcohol after 3 p.m. on the day of your study.

Q: Will insurance cover my sleep study?

A: You’ll need to reach out to your insurance company to get an official answer, but most of the time a sleep study is covered by insurance. If preauthorization is needed, our team is happy to help with that.

Q: How long can I expect to be at the center for my study?

A: Check-in time is 8 p.m., and you’ll be discharged at 6 a.m.

Q: Can I bring my pet to my sleep study?

A: No, animals (aside from documented service animals) are not allowed in our facility.

Q: What will my room be like? 

It’s very similar to a hotel room, and includes a private bathroom with a shower, cable TV, Wi-Fi, climate control, nice linens, and a queen-sized bed. Snacks and drinks are also available for patients to enjoy.

Q: Can children participate in a sleep study at Annie Penn?

A: They absolutely can! We just ask that children under the age of 16 are accompanied by an adult for the entire duration of the study.

Q: How soon will I know the results of my study?

A: Our sleep center is just procedural, rather than consultative. We share your study results with our board-certified sleep physicians who will issue a diagnosis that will be shared with your referring physician within about 10 days. 

Address & Hours

Sleep Disorders Center at Annie Penn

618 S Main St. Reidsville,  NC  27320

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Main: 336-951-4998

Fax: 336-832-0411

Sleep studies are conducted from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m Sunday through Friday.  The sleep center in closed on Saturdays.

When you report for your sleep study, come to the Emergency Department (ED) at Annie Penn and check in there. A sleep technician will come to the ED to escort you to the sleep center.