Sleep Medicine

Every year millions of Americans experience fatigue, irritability, depression, lack of concentration and productivity, and accidents — all as a result of sleep disorders.

A sleep disorder is any condition that interrupts your normal sleep-wake patterns. That interruption can affect your nights, your days, your job, your family and your quality of life. It can also affect your health. Studies show lack of sleep or disruptions in sleep can increase your risk for high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke. But as common as sleep disorders are, many people don't seek professional help because they don't realize it's available.

Mount Carmel Sleep Medicine offers diagnosis and treatment for over 90 sleep disorders, including:

  • excessive daytime sleepiness
  • sleep apnea
  • upper airway resistance syndrome
  • narcolepsy
  • insomnia
  • restless legs
  • circadian rhythm disorders
  • shift work problems
  • snoring

Our Sleep Centers

At Mount Carmel Sleep Medicine, we're here to help people return to normal, productive lives by diagnosing and treating common and complex sleep disorders. One of the very best ways to determine if you have a sleep disorder is to conduct a sleep study in one of our state-of-the-art, full service, accredited sleep centers.

Our centers feature comfortable, private rooms and a team of experienced professionals that will care for you throughout your stay. Each study is administered by one of our registered technicians and evaluated by one of our board-certified sleep medicine specialists.

About The Sleep Study

Sleep studies are an ideal way to evaluate and diagnose what may be keeping your from getting the restful, restorative sleep you need. The study usually lasts one night into the next day and dependent on the findings, may require a second follow-up stay.

The process itself is fairly simple. During this test, electrodes are placed with paste on your scalp to record brain activity, eye movements and muscle activity. Other sensors may be placed under the nose and around the chest and abdomen to record breathing. Your results will be available within a few weeks. Our sleep medicine specialists will take the time to go over the results with you and notify your primary care physician of the findings.

If you feel you may benefit from completing a sleep study, speak with your primary care physician about a referral or call one of our sleep centers for more information.

Locations, Hours & Directions


Mount Carmel Sleep Medicine Westerville

484 County Line Road West, Suite 140
Westerville, Ohio 43081


Mount Carmel Sleep Medicine is located in Westerville Professional Center near the intersection of Cleveland Avenue and County Line Road.


Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


Mount Carmel Sleep Medicine Airport Drive

2760 Airport Drive, Suite 120
Columbus, Ohio 43219


Mount Carmel Sleep Medicine Airport Drive is located just north of 670 right near the airport.


Monday - Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.