Sleep Medicine

Sleep Medicine

If you have trouble sleeping due to snoring, experience daytime sleepiness, or wake up not feeling refreshed, the Center for Sleep Medicine at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Centers can help.

Sleep Medicine

77 Warren St., 2nd floor
Brighton, MA 02135

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Center For Sleep Medicine at St. Elizabeth's

Accreditation%20From%20American%20Academy%20Of%20Sleep%20Medicine%20logo.jpgSleep disorders affect millions of American adults each year. While some people suffer from mild sleeping problems, such as the occasional nightmare, others have severe disorders that, if left untreated, can damage their health.

Accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, our center provides the latest technology to assist experts in diagnosing and treating a complete range of sleep disorders. See some of the most common problems listed below.

Sleeping Conditions we treat include:
  • Sleep apnea
  • Loud snoring
  • Constant tiredness 
  • Narcolepsy
  • Insomnia
  • Parasomnias – a variety of abnormal behaviors that occur during sleep, such as sleepwalking and sleep-related eating
  • Shift work and circadian rhythm problems
  • Restless leg syndrome

Sleep Studies

We conduct comprehensive overnight sleep studies in comfortable private rooms. These evaluations are arranged around your schedule, with results analyzed and reviewed by a physician. Our certified sleep specialists will then work with you to assess your symptoms, determine the cause of your sleep disorder, and develop a personalized treatment program.

In addition to overnight in-lab sleep studies, the center also provides the following services:
  • Comprehensive outpatient, office-based sleep medicine evaluations, including select Saturdays throughout the month between 9 a.m. and noon
  • Daytime sleep studies for narcolepsy and for the ability to maintain wakefulness
  • Home sleep apnea tests
  • Visits with a respiratory therapist for CPAP mask fittings and assistance with CPAP therapy


Most health insurance plans are accepted as well as Medicare and Medicaid.


Partnership with Ear, Nose & Throat Department
The Sleep Medicine specialists work closely with St. Elizabeth’s Ear, Nose & Throat department to help with diagnosis and management of sleep-related disorders such as sleep apnea and snoring.
Partnership with Neurology Department
St. Elizabeth's Sleep Medicine specialists see neurology patients who are affected by sleep-related disorders related to neurology, including seizures and movement disorders.

Our Team

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