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Sleep Center

Turn to the experts in sleep disorders.

Do you wake up frequently at night or wake up tired in the morning, even after a full night’s sleep? Do you have problems falling asleep at night and staying awake during the day? Does your spouse tell you that you snore, gasp, talk, or thrash around in your sleep?

The Sleep Center at St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center, modernized in the Fall 2014, is fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Combining the latest technology with a warm, hotel-like atmosphere, we are dedicated solely to the study and cure of sleep disorders. We stress your needs and concerns – which means prompt scheduling of appointments, a comfortable atmosphere during your testing and prompt evaluation and delivery of your results.

We combine the latest technology with a home-like atmosphere.

Prior to visiting The Sleep Center at St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center you’ll meet with your physician who will take a medical history, perform a physical exam and discuss the physical and emotional factors that could be affecting your sleep. All of these factors combined will determine whether you could benefit from a nighttime sleep study.

If it is determined that you could benefit from a nighttime sleep study, you are welcome to take a tour of our facility. You’ll find that our bedroom suites are comfortable and private; much like a guest room than a typical hospital room. Prior to the start of your study you may relax in the comfort and privacy of your room by watching television, a movie or reading. Our center offers en suite bathroom and shower facilities. All of these amenities are part of our overall patient-oriented environment, designed to reduce the stress so often associated with medical tests.


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For more information regarding adult patient care, please call 855.633.6819.

St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center
224 Hamburg Turnpike
Wayne, NJ 07470
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