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    Better Than a Night of Sleep at Home


    Dignity Health Mercy Gilbert’s Medical Center sleep experts have successfully combined clinical expertise with a pleasant, relaxing atmosphere to help put your mind at ease.

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Sleep Center


Mercy Gilbert Medical Center's Sleep Center has successfully combined clinical expertise with pleasant, relaxing surroundings to help put your mind at ease. We provide prompt scheduling, as well as a timely turn-around with test results and follow-up.

About the Sleep Center

All sleep study patients are closely monitored by a trained sleep technologist throughout the night. In the morning, patients are provided with coffee, tea or juice before starting their busy day. 

Each room includes amenities such as:

  • Full size beds with adjustable elevation
  • Flat screen TVs offering premium channels
  • Ceiling fans
  • A private shower

 

All sleep study patients are closely monitored by a trained sleep technologist throughout the night. In the morning, patients are provided with coffee, tea or juice before starting their busy day.

Take the Sleep Apnea Screening to see if you are getting enough sleep. We encourage you to discuss the quiz results with your physician and consider ordering a sleep study.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 480.728.ZZZZ (9999). The Sleep Center is located at 3420 South Mercy Road, Suite 305 in Gilbert.

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Treatments and Sleep Tests

We help patients of any age find relief for a wide range of common sleep disorders ranging from insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and sleep terrors.

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Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is very common and, according to the National Institutes of Health, affects more than 12 million Americans. Sleep apnea causes frequent, short pauses in breathing throughout the night, which prevents deep sleep and results in low oxygen levels in the blood.

There are two types: central sleep apnea, in which the brain incorrectly controls breathing during sleep, and obstructive sleep apnea, in which the throat muscles cannot keep the person’s airway open. Obstructive sleep apnea is a common disorder and the main cause of extreme daytime sleepiness.

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Patient Referral Forms

Need to order a sleep study or get an assessment of sleep disorders?

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Frequently Asked Questions

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