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.
A: Be sure not to consume any caffeine or alcohol after 3 p.m. on the day of your 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.
A: Check-in time is 8 p.m., and you’ll be discharged at 6 a.m.
A: No, animals (aside from documented service animals) are not allowed in our facility.
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.
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.
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.