Florida Medical Center Conducts Sleep Studies at Local HotelMar 3, 2020
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (April 3, 2015) – Florida Medical Center is transforming the way sleep studies are offered with a new, hotel concept Sleep Disorders Center. Traditionally, patients would undergo a sleep study in a hospital setting; however, the new Sleep Disorders Center is comfortably and conveniently located in a hotel environment offering patients the opportunity to check in for a sleep study staycation.
About 60 million Americans suffer from poor sleep. Sleep quality can affect a person’s overall health and well-being as well as job or academic performance or personal relationships. A sleep study, or polysonogram, monitors a patient’s physiology during sleep and allows a sleep specialist to review their EEG, ECG, EMG, O² levels, snoring and respiratory effort. There are many common sleep disorders, from snoring and narcolepsy to chronic insomnia, all of which can be diagnosed, tested and treated at Florida Medical Center’s new Sleep Disorders Center.
"Our patients will rest easy knowing that their sleep study is being conducted in a private, comfortable hotel room designed to get to the root of their sleep troubles," said Gabrielle Finley-Hazle, CEO of Florida Medical Center. "Our goal with this new center is to offer the community the same level of innovation and quality care that our hospital is known for."
Florida Medical Center’s new Sleep Disorders Center is located at the Holiday Inn Express located at 1701 North University Drive in Plantation, Florida. For more information, please call (954) 653-3704, option 2 or email Sunrise.firstname.lastname@example.org.