Preparing for Your Visit

Preparing for Your Visit

What should I expect during my office visit?

  • During your initial appointment, a Sleep Specialist will perform a medical evaluation, carefully review your medical history and may order a blood test to determine what physical problems may be at the root of your sleep disorder.

What should I bring to my appointment?

  • New Patient Questionnaire
    If you are a new patient, please click here to download our registration form.
  • Insurance Card
  • Co-Payment
  • Your Medical Records
  • Your Oral Appliance (If Applicable)
  • Prior Sleep Studies (If Applicable)
  • Smart Card (If Applicable)
    Smart cards are located in your CPAP Machine.
  • Medication List
    Many medications can affect sleep. It is very important to provide your sleep specialist with a complete list of both prescription and over the counter medications.
  • Sleeping Partner
    It may be helpful to bring your sleeping partner with you because, in many cases, people suffering from a sleep disorder are unaware of their symptoms.

Can I change my appointment?
It is important to keep your appointment so that we can maintain the continuity of your care. If it is necessary to reschedule your appointment, we do ask that you give us as much notice as possible (no less than 24 hours) so that we can help another patient during that time. We will do our best to reschedule your appointment to the next available time.

What happens if I am late for my office visit?
We will do our best to work you into the schedule, however, if you are more than 10 minutes late, we may need to reschedule your appointment.


Talk to Someone or Make an Appointment


206-386-4744
Toll Free:
866-417-1100

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