Houston Sleep Centers
Memorial Hermann offers expert care for a wide range of sleep disorders. If you have trouble sleeping, staying awake during the day, or experience behavioral issues while asleep, we help get to the root cause using a sleep study.
Studies are conducted in a private, home-like environment and monitored by certified technologists who work closely with the pulmonologists and neurologists who evaluate the studies and create treatment plans to help you get into a pattern of healthy, restful sleep.
Largest Network of Sleep Centers in Houston
Memorial Hermann Sleep Disorders Centers offer sleep studies for a broad range of sleep diagnoses, including sleep apnea. We have the largest number of sleep centers in the Houston area, with 11 Houston-area locations and over 40 beds.
Accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine
We provide a multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of problems with sleeping, staying awake or troublesome behavior during sleep. With the help of our highly trained technologists and Board Certified medical staff, each location has been accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Our staff includes highly trained registered and certified technologists who work closely with physicians to provide accurate testing and exceptional care. These "sleep techs,” who are all registered polysomnography technologists, observe patients overnight using an advanced computerized monitoring system to track breathing patterns, brainwaves, heart rate, eye and limb movements and the sounds of the sleeping patient. Results are evaluated by board-certified pulmonologists and neurologists who can diagnose and treat sleep-related disorders.
A Home-Like Atmosphere
Private, comfortable bedrooms equipped with television offer convenience and comfort in a home-like atmosphere.
Sleeping Disorder Diagnoses
Our sleep studies are for the diagnosis of:
- Sleep apnea
- Sleep-related breathing disorders
- Periodic limb movement disorder
- Night terrors
- Sleep walking/sleep talking
- REM behavior disorder
- Hyper somnolence
- Sleep-wake schedule disruption
- Nocturnal oxygenation problems
- Difficulty maintaining sleep
- Unusual behavior during sleep
Use this section of our website to find out if you’re a candidate for a sleep study, about the types of sleep studies, and how to get started. Or, find a Houston sleep specialist. A doctor's order is required to undergo a sleep study.