Sleep Disorders Clinic
Linda Ducello, Supervisor
An estimated 123 million American suffer from sleep-related problems. Nearly two thirds of all adults experience insufficient sleep three or more times per week.
The Sleep Disorders Clinic is designed to monitor and evaluate people during sleep, providing information for physicians to diagnose and treat sleeping disorders.
The sleep lab is specially designed for sleep studies. While patients sleep in quiet, comfortable rooms, our technologists observe and record sleep patterns, heart and respiratory activity, and body movements at an adjacent monitoring room. Most sleep disorders can be treated effectively once they have been accurately diagnosed.
Types of sleep disorders
The Sleep Disorders Clinic provides quality patient care by utilizing the National Patient Safety Goals.
The Sleep Disorders Clinic is staffed by Registered Polysomnographic Technician and Respiratory Therapists, who assists the physician in making a diagnosis.
Campbell County Memorial Hospital's Sleep Disorders Clinic is the only 2-bed clinic in a 100-mile radius, which accepts insurance and Medicare patients. It is open six nights per week for patient convenience, and operated according to American Sleep Medicine Association standards. The clinic performs an average of 50 sleep studies per month.
Charges for services
Additional: Physician reading fees
- Diagnostic Sleep Study -- $2386.00
- Therapeutic Sleep Study -- $2912.00
- Split night Sleep Study -- $3355.00
- Multiple Sleep Latency Study -- $1241.00
- Diagnostic/Split: $606.00
- Therapeutic: $684.00
- Multiple Sleep Latency Study: $335.50
How often do you doze?
Take the modified Epworth Sleepiness Scale Test.