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The Sleep Center at GBMC

RECALL NOTICE

We have been notified by Philips Respironics (“Philips”) of their recall of many CPAP/BIPAP machines/mechanical ventilator devices. You should be contacted by the manufacturer or your equipment supplier regarding this recall. However, we want to be sure GBMC also provides you with notice of this recall that may potentially affect you.

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Comprehensive sleep studies for adults experiencing symptoms such as difficulty falling asleep, maintaining sleep and issues associated with sleep apnea

Studies are conducted 7 days a week in a home-like setting within the hospital and provide essential data on sleep patterns. The data are evaluated by certified sleep technicians from Sleep Services of America and GBMC physicians. Final physician reports are available in approximately 3 - 4 business days after the study.

Most study bedrooms are equipped with a full, queen or adjustable Sleep Number® bed. All rooms are equipped with a private bathroom and shower. Patients are welcome to bring their own pillows. Rooms also feature cable television, bathroom toiletries and hairdryers. All patients will be offered light snacks and decaffeinated soda or bottled water. They will also receive a complimentary parking pass and a breakfast voucher to be used in GBMC's dining room.

Our Team

Select a provider below to learn more
Stephanie R Wappel, MD
Stephanie R. Wappel, MD
Sleep Medicine
Pulmonary Medicine
Stephanie R Wappel, MD
Stephanie R. Wappel, MD
Sleep Medicine
Pulmonary Medicine
Raya Wehbeh, MD
Raya Wehbeh, MD
Medical Director, Sleep Medicine
Sleep Medicine
Raya Wehbeh, MD
Raya Wehbeh, MD
Medical Director, Sleep Medicine
Sleep Medicine

Amenities

  • Sleep studies at GBMC are conducted 7 days a week with little or no waiting period to make an appointment.
  • Board-certified sleep specialists are available to consult with patients before or after testing to review results and therapeutic options.
  • Final physicians' reports are available approximately 3 - 4 business days after the study.
  • The Sleep Center is staffed with knowledgeable, trained technicians, who can answer any questions patients may have about the sleep study.
  • Comprehensive follow-up care with a Sleep Medicine physician is provided.
  • Patients are greeted in the main lobby of GBMC by a sleep technician and escorted to the Sleep Center.
  • Most patient rooms feature a full, queen size or an adjustable Sleep Number® bed.
  • Each patient room is equipped with:
    • A private bathroom, including shower
    • Cable television
    • Bathroom toiletries and a hairdryer
  • Patients are offered bottled water, decaffeinated soda and light snacks.
  • Patients are provided with a complimentary parking pass and a breakfast voucher to be used in GBMC's dining room.

Physician Referrals

Physicians: To refer a patient to the Sleep Center for a study, complete and sign the Referral Form / Certificate of Medical Necessity.
  • Indicate what type of study and level of consultation you wish your patient to receive.
  • Fax the signed Referral Form/CMN, patient's completed History and Physical, demographics and insurance to 443-849-6780.
  • Call scheduling staff at 443-849-3874 for a standard order set that can be tailored to your specifications, including CPAP referral and titration.
Sleep literature for patients ages 18 and older is available upon request. The Sleep Center team looks forward to serving you and your patients!

Resources

American Academy of Sleep Medicine

Established in 1975 as the Association of Sleep Disorders Centers, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) is the only professional society that is dedicated exclusively to the medical subspecialty of sleep medicine. As the leading voice in the field of sleep medicine, the AASM sets standards and promotes excellence in healthcare, education and research.

American Sleep Apnea Association

The ASAA is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing injury, disability, and death from sleep apnea and to enhancing the well-being of those affected by this common disorder.

Narcolepsy Network

Communication, advocacy, research and education for people who suffer from narcolepsy.

National Center on Sleep Disorders Research

National Sleep Foundation

Sleep Services of America

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