Hammond-Henry Hospital

The Sleep Disorder Center is located within Hammond-Henry Hospital. Staff will personally greet you when coming to the center for testing. The center is equipped with two comfortable bedrooms, queen size beds, fans, and television sets to help create a soothing, home-like atmosphere.

Welcome

The Sleep Disorder Center is a medical practice dedicated solely to the diagnosis and treatment of Sleep Disorders. We evaluate and help manage all sleep disorders, including Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Narcolepsy, Insomnia, Restless Legs Syndrome and many more.

Have you been told you kick or jerk your legs while sleeping? You could have a sleep disorder called Periodic Limb Movement Disorder.

Is your snoring lound, disruptive, or keeping someone awake? Snoring could be a symtptom of a sleep disorder.

Have you every woke yourself up short of breath or gasping for air? Sleep apnea could be stopping you from having a good nights rest.

Are you having difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep? Insomnia is a common sleep disorder.

It is not the quantity of hours of sleep, but the quality of sleep that matters.

Our providers are dedicated to improving your quality of life. By treating your disorder, you can achieve the sleep you need to feel rested, and awaken looking forward to your day. This website has been designed for new and continuing patients.

Sleep Studies

Depending on the nature of the disorder, testing for sleep problems may include an overnight sleep study and/or a special daytime study. Studies are performed in a homelike atmosphere, under the direct observation of experienced sleep technologists using state-of-the-art equipment. During a sleep study several functions are monitored and observed by a trained sleep technologist including brain activity, breathing, muscle activity, oxygen levels, leg movement, snoring and eye movement. Studies include but are not limited to:

  • Insomnia - Difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or waking too early in the morning.
  • Narcolepsy - A sleep disorder that causes overwhelming and severe daytime sleepiness that often occurs at inappropriate times and places.
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and Snoring - A condition of interrupted breathing while asleep.
  • Sleep Studies - Several functions are monitored and observed by a trained sleep technologist including brain activity, breathing, muscle activity, oxygen levels, leg movement, snoring and eye movement.

Any individual with a doctor's referral for a sleep study can call Hammond-Henry Hospital Sleep Disorder Center at 309-944-9290 to schedule an appointment for an evaluation

 

Hammond-Henry Hospital Sleep Disorder Center
600 North College Avenue
Geneseo, IL 61254
(309) 944-9290
sleepcenter@hammondhenry.com