Sleep Center

Sleep deprivation is a significant health and safety problem that affects almost everyone. About 70 million people in the United States have a sleep problem. Snoring is just one indication of a sleep disorder. There are other signs of sleep disorders that can be a significant health problem. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the effects of sleep loss on work performance may be costing U.S. employers some $150 billion in healthcare costs, lost work time, and loss of productivity.

The Sleep Center at Holy Name Medical Center provides professional sleep studies conducted during a pleasant overnight stay at the Medical Center's hotel-like, state-of-the-art sleep center.

Each of the Center's six suites is comfortably designed with a queen size bed, recliner, TV/DVD with cable, individual temperature control, free Wi-Fi and private bathroom with shower. The Center is conveniently located across the street from Holy Name Medical Center with free on site parking next to the building.

The Sleep Center at Holy Name Medical Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and is directed by pulmonologists and internists who are board-certified in sleep medicine.

Sleep Disorders

The Sleep Center can evaluate you for sleep disorders such as:

During the overnight evaluation, your heart rate, respiration, leg and eye movements, brain waves, and oxygen circulation will be monitored. Once you have completed your sleep study, our multidisciplinary sleep medicine team of pulmonologists, internists and otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat specialists) will review your results. The team then tailors a treatment plan to your specific needs.


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1-877-HOLY-NAME (1-877-465-9626)

718 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666
Tel: (201) 833-3000
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