The Sleep Center
Advanced Healthcare for Sleep Disorders
If you have trouble falling asleep, staying awake during the day or sleeping
through the night, you may be among the one-third of Americans estimated
to have sleep disorders. If not treated, a sleep disorder can lead to
chronic fatigue, disorientation and the inability to accomplish everyday tasks.
At Longmont United Hospital's Sleep Center, specialists pulmonary medicine
and polysomnography (sleep studies) work together to diagnose and treat
Get To Know Our Sleep Center
The Longmont United Hospital Sleep Center facility is equipped with the
most–advanced testing technology systems to meet patient sleep diagnostic
needs. The Sleep Center is open weekdays and weekends for patient convenience.
Our staff of Board-certified sleep specialists holds advanced training
and certification in sleep medicine, and is dedicated to providing quality
care through in-depth evaluations. We provide a comfortable atmosphere
for all our guests, without compromising the technology necessary for
a thorough sleep study. All rooms are private and equipped with a queen-size
Sleep Number® bed, a flat screen HDTV with cable, as well as wireless internet.
Getting Treatment at the Sleep Center
The Sleep Center at Longmont United Hospital test patients who are referred
by a primary care physician or specialist. Most insurance companies do
require a referral from a primary care physician. We advise that patients
contact their health insurance provider for details on coverage.