A good night’s sleep doesn’t have to be a dream.
Always tired? Do you wake up feeling like you have not slept at all? You are not alone.
One out of three people do not experience quality sleep during the night and this might be a sign of an undiagnosed underlying sleep disorder. Take the sleep test.
Everyone deserves a good night’s sleep and the Brookings Health System can help.
That is why we have established a comfortable, fully equipped Sleep Diagnostics facility, where professionals use state-of-the-art technologies and equipment to diagnose and treat a wide variety of sleep disorders. Testing is performed in a separate setting from the hospital in a quiet, private and comfortable environment.
While you are at the Sleep Diagnostics facility, you will feel like you are staying in a tastefully decorated fine hotel room. Take a virtual tour of the facility.
Features of the Sleep Diagnostic Facility include:
- Ability to test two patients per night
- Quiet and comfortable home-like environment
- Two bedrooms with private bathrooms, and remote controlled color cable TV
- Continental breakfast and coffee available the following morning
- Flexible scheduling
Contact the Sleep Diagnostics Facility
The Sleep Diagnostics facility is located on the first floor of Brookhaven Estates, 2400 Sunrise Ridge Circle on the campus of the Brookings Health System. Contact the Sleep Diagnostic Facility at 605-696-7729.
How does a sleep study work?
If you think you might have a sleep disorder, ask your physician about a referral to Brookings Health System’s Sleep Diagnostics facility. Following consultation with a physician, patients are evaluated at the Sleep Diagnostics facility. Once you arrive at the facility, our professional and qualified staff will explain all the procedures to you.
Trained experts will monitor brain waves, breathing patterns, eye movement, blood oxygen levels, and other parameters needed to study sleep. In the days following the sleep study, a specialist interprets the test results and routes the findings to the patient’s physician. The tests are interpreted by a specialist who then routes the findings to the patient’s referring physician.