Sleep Disorders

Sleep problems are remarkably common. Approximately 70 million Americans suffer from some kind of sleep disorder.

Sleep Disorders

Sleep problems can increase your risk for high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and other health problems. They can also be a safety risk – 200,000 reported automobile accidents each year are sleep-related. A sleep problem can also affect home life, your job performance and your sense of well-being. Sometimes there are simple things you can do to help your sleep problems.


Our Sleep Care Centers offer:

  • One-on-One Consultation with a Board Certified Sleep Physician
  • Overnight and Daytime Sleep Studies
  • Comprehensive Follow-up
  • Pediatric Sleep Studies (Infants & Teens)
  • State-of-the-Art Technology
  • Hotel-like Bedrooms with Flat Screen TV's and Private Bathrooms
  • CPAP Clinics for Sleep Apnea Patients
  • Home Sleep Study Testing

Sleep Care Center Locations:

Backus Hospital

Our Sleep Care Center has six private bedrooms with flat screen televisions. We use state-of-the-art technology that allows our clinicians to monitor exactly what happens while a patient sleeps.

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital

The CHH Sleep Center is the first hospital-based program offering state-of-the-art sleep testing for sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia, and restless leg syndrome.

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Hartford Hospital

Hartford Hospital’s Sleep Disorders Center, accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, is under the direction of Natalya Thorevska, MD, Board Certified in Sleep Medicine and Pulmonary Medicine.

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Hospital of Central Connecticut

This service is offered at locations and clinics convenient to our patients, both at The Hospital of Central Connecticut and other organizations within Hartford HealthCare. Find out more information here.

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MidState Medical Center

Our Sleep Care Center has four private bedrooms with flat screen televisions and private bathrooms. We use state-of-the-art technology that allows our clinicians to monitor exactly what happens while a patient sleeps.

4 Corporate Drive, Shelton

St. Vincent's Medical Center

Our Sleep Care Center has private bedrooms with flat screen televisions and private bathrooms. We use state-of-the-art technology that allows our clinicians to monitor exactly what happens while a patient sleeps.

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Windham Hospital

The first fully accredited facility in eastern Connecticut, The Center for Sleep Medicine at Windham Hospital draws on a board-certified staff and state-of-the-art equipment and procedures to diagnose and treat a vast array of sleep disorders.

Meet our Sleep Specialists:

Name Specialties Location
Abavana, Christina, MD Abavana, Christina, MD
4.8 /5
187 surveys
203.254.2320
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Neurology
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  • Fairfield
  • Milford
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Aivano, Casey, APRN Aivano, Casey, APRN 860.224.5538
  • Sleep Medicine
  • New Britain
Bunch, Anna Maria, APRN 860.456.7279
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Willimantic
Chu, Yvonne, MD 203.288.8300
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Hamden
Eddinger, Ann H., APRN, FNP 860.524.4550
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Wallingford
  • Wethersfield
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Kawalick, Marc P., MD Kawalick, Marc P., MD 860.224.5538
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Neurology
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  • New Britain
Kenkare, Jay David, MD 860.496.6820
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Torrington
Konstantinova, Nina Aleksandrovna, MD 203.643.0620
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Branford