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Superior Treatment for Sleep Disorders at the Center for Sleep Medicine

For More Information Contact: 203-276-2300

The Connecticut Center for Sleep Medicine at Stamford Hospital is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. It is a six-bed facility located in its own suite on the third floor of Stamford Hospital. Our center began 18 years ago as a sleep apnea program, and has evolved into an advanced full-service sleep center with national accreditation.

Our Team

Our staff includes three physicians board certified in sleep medicine.  Our Medical Director, an M.D./Ph.D. has additional expertise in pediatric sleep medicine. The team also includes two board certified pulmonologists with expertise in sleep apnea, a physician assistant, a nurse practitioner, and a nurse all trained in sleep medicine.

Some treatments for sleep disorders require assistance from other medical specialties.  A patient may need an orthodontic appliance, surgery or cognitive therapy. In order to provide the best care for our patients, the Sleep Center works very closely with highly trained specialists in the fields of neurology, psychiatry, psychology, dentistry, orthodontics, complementary medicine and otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat).


Our Facilities

Each patient room is furnished like a hotel room, with a bed, private bathroom, large recliner chair and flat-screen TV (with DVD player) to make the patient’s stay as comfortable as possible. Some rooms have adjustable beds for patients who have difficulty sleeping in a flat position. In addition, the rooms are large enough to allow a caregiver or parent to spend the night in the room with the patient.

We can treat patients of all ages and sizes, with furniture and equipment that can accommodate babies, adults or the elderly, whether they are average size or bariatric patients.

For Physicians

Physicians who wish to refer their patients for a sleep study can fill out our Physician Referral Form and mail or fax it to us. We will share the results of a patient’s sleep study with his or her referring physician.

For questions about the Center for Sleep Medicine, call us at 203.276.2300.

The Connecticut Center for Sleep Medicine
Stamford Hospital
30 Shelburne Road
Stamford, CT  06904
Fax 203.276.2364

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Marie Radcliff was being treated for a very persistent cough when her doctor noticed she kept dozing off in the waiting room.  After asking her to complete a sleep survey and follow-up sleep study, Marie was diagnosed with sleep apnea. Watch Marie’s story to learn how effective treatment has improved her quality of life.

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