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APD Increases Capacity at Its Sleep Health Center

June 30 -

The Sleep Health Center, a department of Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, recently upgraded their facilities and added a new sleep bed to increase capacity for overnight sleep studies. “This will help us get patients evaluated more quickly,” said Lisa Stebbins, CRT, RPSGT, Cardiopulmonary Manager, “and improve our diagnosis and treatment strategies.”

In December 2009, the Sleep Health Center at APD moved sleep studies from the main hospital building to its facilities in the Medical Office Building on the APD campus. The move increased patient privacy and convenience. The recent upgrade is part of an overall plan for continued quality improvement, with a goal of one month from an initial consultation to treatment.

The Sleep Health Center specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, including insomnia, sleep apnea, and restless leg syndrome. To learn more about the Sleep Health Center at APD, call (603) 448-7436 or visit alicepeckday.org.