Sleep disorders can impact your daily life and overall health. Daytime sleepiness; difficulties falling and staying asleep; and excessive snoring can have a significant effect on your quality of life. Sleep disorders can also lead to a higher risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure, as well as an increase in driving or work-related accidents.

Catholic Health’s accredited sleep center at Sisters of Charity Hospital, St. Joseph Campus is fully equipped and expertly staffed to evaluate the nature of your sleep disorder…and get you on a path to treatment.

Answers to Your Sleep-Related Issues

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Whether you need a home study or to stay overnight at one of our sleep centers, we’ll monitor and analyze the nature of your sleep and what may be behind your disorder. Our centers include fully equipped diagnostic labs that are monitored by experienced, licensed experts. We provide a comfortable, safe and compassionate environment staffed by a team who loves what they do, and who are committed to helping you find answers to improve your sleep. Each center features private, hotel-style rooms, in a setting created to induce a normal night’s sleep.

We will evaluate your sleep for a variety of disorders including sleep apnea; periodic limb movement disorders; narcolepsy; abnormal heart rate and heart rhythm while sleeping; abnormal brain waves while sleeping; and abnormal sleep behavior.

A board-certified physician will review the results of your study and work with your referring provider to develop a treatment plan, which may include referrals to sleep physicians or other specialists.

Our sleep centers can also provide resources for sleep apnea testing at home.

Providers Who Are Experts In Their Field

Our sleep center physicians are board-certified in Sleep Medicine, and our licensed respiratory therapists and registered polysomnographers are experts in what they do.

Our centers are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, which represents the highest quality of patient care in the field of sleep disorders.

Please call our offices for more information or request a sleep study online.

  • Sisters of Charity Hospital, St. Joseph Campus – (716) 891-2782

Request a Sleep Study

Evaluation for sleep disorders is by physician referral. If you have concerns that you may have a sleep disorder, please discuss these with your physician.

Call one of our sleep centers below for more information, or request a sleep study online.

Request an Appointment By Phone

  • Sisters of Charity Hospital, St. Joseph Campus – (716) 891-2782

Request an Appointment Online

If you would like to schedule an appointment, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page so that our office may contact you to schedule a sleep study.

If you do not have a physician and suspect you have sleep apnea, search our physician directory for a pulmonary specialist near you.

Preparing for a Sleep Study

The moment you enter one of our sleep centers, a respiratory therapist will greet and escort you to your private room. Our centers are designed to provide a hotel-like environment with the high-quality standards of a hospital. Your modern bedroom is equipped with a queen size bed, television and a private bath, offering all the comforts of home.

Monitoring Your Sleep

During sleep testing, licensed respiratory professionals monitor a number of parameters, including your brain waves, eye movements, heart rate, breathing pattern, muscle activity, and oxygen levels. The results of the test help to determine sleep patterns and recognize abnormal conditions. The results are then sent to your doctor.

What Happens Next

After your stay at the center, your sleep record will be reviewed and analyzed. A complete report, including treatment recommendations, is forwarded to your referring physician. A follow-up appointment with your doctor should be scheduled to discuss your results.


Sleep disorders are recognized medical conditions that are covered by most insurance carriers. Contact your carrier with any specific insurance questions.