UM Shore Regional Health Sleep Disorders Center provides sleep evaluation at three sleep labs conveniently located in Cambridge, Easton and Queenstown.
UM Shore Regional Health Sleep Disorders Center offers certain patients the opportunity for home sleep testing.
UM Shore Regional Health Sleep Disorders Center offers appointment-only CPAP clinics for any patient identified by a sleep specialist as experiencing compliance issues.
The Regional Sleep Disorders Center of Shore Health is a team of highly trained specialists committed to comprehensive care of every patient.
After a stroke, UM Shore Regional Health patient Roger Galvin learned the connection between his sleep disorder and other serious medical conditions.
Do you seem to suffer from poor sleep?
Do you snore loudly?
Do you often feel tired, worn out and sleepy during the day?
Do others say you stop breathing during sleep?
Do you have high blood pressure?
Take the test to see if you might suffer from a sleep disorder.
The University of Maryland Shore Regional Health Sleep Disorders Center provides outpatient testing and evaluation in a comfortable, homelike setting. All studies are painless observations of patients’ sleep patterns.
Our team of highly trained specialists is committed to comprehensive care of every patient. We are the only Sleep Center in Maryland accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine serving the regions east of Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Call us at our main office at UM Shore Medical Center at Easton, 410-822-1000, ext. 5338.
VIDEO: Home Sleep Testing Kit Demonstration
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Call to schedule a consultation for your patient at 410-822-1000, ext. 5338, or fax to 410-763-7051.
Click the link above to download and print the Sleep Study Request Form.
Click here for additional information about referring patients to the Regional Sleep Disorders Center.
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Read here to find answers Frequently Asked Questions about referring your patients to the Regional Sleep Disorders Center.