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

Acute Care Locations:


Hartford Hospital

Hartford Hospital is an 867-bed Level 1 Trauma Center & regional referral center that provides high-quality care in all clinical disciplines. It is one of the largest teaching hospitals and tertiary care centers in New England.

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The Hospital of Central Connecticut

The Hospital of Central Connecticut (THOCC) is a 414-bed, 32-bassinet, acute-care community teaching hospital with campuses in New Britain and Southington.


MidState Medical Center

MidState Medical Center is a 156-bed acute care hospital located in Meriden, Connecticut, with satellite offices in Cheshire, Wallingford and Southington.


Windham Hospital

Welcome to Windham Hospital, a 130-bed, not-for-profit acute care community hospital providing state-of-the-art comprehensive medical services, personalized attention and care.