Sleep is key to good health. Sleep deprivation can significantly affect your mind and body. People who struggle with getting a good night's sleep find the help they need at Mayo Clinic's Center for Sleep Medicine. During your evaluation, you'll meet with sleep specialists who listen to your concerns and help develop a plan to meet your needs. They're involved in every stage of your sleep evaluation, from the initial examination, through comprehensive testing, therapy and follow-up care.
Some tests may be done in your home. Mayo Clinic sleep specialists have experience with all breathing-support equipment available for in-home use.
Virtual visits might be an appointment option for you before, after or in place of face-to-face care. Appointment coordinators will recommend a virtual visit if it best fits your needs. You'll be asked to set up a Patient Online Services account, where you can access your medical records and communicate with your care team from your favorite digital device.
A team approach
Mayo Clinic experts trained in sleep medicine, including doctors trained in lung and breathing conditions (pulmonologists), brain and nervous system conditions (neurologists), and mental health conditions (psychiatrists), have experience diagnosing and treating people with sleep disorders. Your care team includes registered sleep technologists. Your sleep medicine team may also work with specialists trained in ear, nose and throat conditions (otolaryngologists), pediatricians, cardiologists, dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and others to evaluate and treat your condition.
Mayo Clinic doctors trained in many areas evaluate and treat nearly 60,000 people with sleep disorders each year.
The Center for Sleep Medicine is located at Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, and is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
The center, which is open 24 hours a day, five or six days a week, has six beds available for overnight sleep studies (polysomnograms). You may also have other tests performed to evaluate your sleep condition in the center. The center offers spacious rooms with queen-sized beds, private bathrooms, televisions and internet access.
Mayo Clinic in Arizona is the No. 1 hospital in Arizona for 11 consecutive years.
The Sleep Center at Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida is a 10,000-square-foot facility, and is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
The center is open for sleep studies Sunday evening through Thursday evening, and for daytime evaluations Monday through Friday. It offers convenient parking on the west end of the clinic's campus in Jacksonville.
The center has eight beds for people having overnight sleep studies (polysomnograms). Rooms have a comfortable, homelike feel. Technicians monitor sleep exams from a central monitoring area.
You may also have other tests to evaluate your sleep condition in the Sleep Center. Doctors will usually examine your test results and develop your treatment plan the day after your overnight study.
The Center for Sleep Medicine at Mayo Clinic's campus in Minnesota is one of the largest sleep medicine facilities in the United States. The center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. The center is staffed by specialists, nurses and technologists trained in management of sleep disorders.
The center has 24 beds available for people having overnight sleep studies (polysomnograms). Overnight sleep studies are offered Sunday through Friday. Pediatric sleep medicine services also are offered.
Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, is ranked among the Best Hospitals for ear, nose and throat, for neurology and neurosurgery, for respiratory disorders, and for psychiatry by U.S. News & World Report.