Are you tired throughout the day or snore all night?

Daytime sleepiness or excessive snoring can be signs or a more serious sleep disorder. Clark Regional
Medical Center's Sleep Lab is available to help you or a loved one get a better night's sleep.

What is a Sleep Lab?

Sleep Lab's enable physicians to diagnose sleep disorders by administering sleep studies. Our state of the art sleep lab has four spacious private rooms to make you feel right at home.

The Sleep Lab is staffed by Board Registered Polysomnographers and Respiratory Therapist.

What is a sleep study?

A sleep study or a polysomnogram is a test that records a patient's physicial state during various stages of sleep and wakefulness. The study provides data that is essential in evaluating sleep and sleep related complaints such as: identifying sleep stages, body position, blood oxygen levels, respiratory events, muscle tone, heart rate, amount of snoring, and general sleep behavior.

Patients are asked to sleep at regular sleep times in the Sleep Lab at Clark Regional Center. Electrodes are attached on various sections on the body to monitor sleep and wakefulness. The Polysomnographer Technician monitor progress from outside of the patients sleeping room.

Types of Sleep Disorders

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
  • Insomnia
  • Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)
  • Periodic Limb Movement Disorder (PLMD)
  • Narcolepsy

The Sleep Lab Offers

  • Independent Temperature Controlled Rooms
  • Fully Adjusted Neuropedic Beds
  • ADA Accessible
  • Staffed by Registered Polysomnographers & Respiratory Therapists
  • Creative Patient Scheduling

Clark Regional Medical Center's Sleep Lab is located on the former campus of Clark Regional Medical Center at 205 Floyd Clay Drive, For more information or to schedule an appointment call (859)745-3507.