At Swedish/Edmonds Sleep Center, sleep studies are conducted in private rooms that have sound and light controls to help eliminate outside factors that can artificially influence test results. The rooms are designed with patient comfort in mind and have a homelike appearance.
Sleep rooms are painted with soft, calming hues that are conducive to sleep. Each room features a comfortable queen-size bed, a recliner, window treatments, attractive cabinetry, a television, a DVD player, reading material, fans, private baths with showers and hair driers.
When you arrive at the sleep center, we'll give you a tour and orientation. After your orientation, we will set you up with the sleep study equipment and then you'll go to sleep.
Post Sleep Study Expectations
If the sleep study takes place on a weeknight, most people get up the next day at whatever time they prefer. They can shower and go to work as usual. Most people don't experience much interference with their sleep. However, some people may experience poor sleep and may want to plan on taking the following day off.
If you would like to be evaluated for a possible sleep disorder, talk with your primary care provider to get a referral. You or your provider may call 425-673-3850 to schedule an appointment for a consultation with one of our two board-certified sleep specialists—Robert Cox, MD or Robert McCoy, MD.
Have your provider call us to discuss which sleep study is appropriate for you. The sleep specialist will be happy to discuss diagnostic and treatment options.
Edmonds Campus21601 76th Ave. W.
Edmonds, WA 98026