The Sleep Center at St. Croix Regional Medical Center is fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Sleep apnea (when breathing stops during sleep) is the most common sleep disorder and diagnosis and treatment requires an overnight sleep study (polysomnogram). This evaluation is done at the Sleep Center at SCRMC and follows AASM guidelines. The patient will spend the night in one of our quiet and relaxing bedrooms and will sleep on a comfortable double bed (not a hospital bed). The room is equipped with cable television and has an adjacent bathroom. The patient’s sleep is monitored by a sleep tech. The patient should not have to miss work to have the evaluation unless they work the night shift.
Your sleep study will be analyzed and you will be contacted by the Sleep Center Coordinator to explain the results of the study and any follow-up plans.