Sleep Lab

We Can Help With A Good Night’s Sleep

Without a good night’s sleep, it’s hard to be your best. The Sleep Centers at Penn Highlands Healthcare are here to help. Whether you’re experiencing sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, restless leg syndrome or simply being kept awake by a snoring partner, our team will get to the root of the problem so you can rest easy.

Our team of sleep medicine specialists can diagnose and treat the conditions that are keeping you from enjoying the sleep you deserve. Depending on your condition, they may recommend medications, behavioral therapy, CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) therapy or other types of treatment.

At Penn Highlands, we offer the most comprehensive and up-to-date coverage from initial assessment to treatment to follow-up, including fully accredited sleep labs for overnight monitoring.

Sleep Studies at Penn Highlands

Your first step to a good rest may start with your healthcare provider prescribing an in-home sleep study. A certified sleep technologist will meet you in a convenient location to provide you with equipment and instructions for the study. You’ll wear the equipment while you sleep, and the results are recorded in a device smaller than your cell phone. When you return the equipment, the study will be read by a professional.

If you need further evaluation, another sleep study can be performed in-house at our Sleep Labs in DuBois in the DuBois Community Medical Building or in St. Marys at Penn Highlands Elk. Both sleep labs are fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

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Conditions We Treat

Circadian Rhythm Disorders
CPAP Therapy
Home Sleep Testing
In-Patient Sleep Studies
Jet Lag
Night Terrors
Out-Patient Sleep Studies
Restless Leg Syndrome
Sleep Hallucinations
Sleep Walking

Upcoming Sleep Lab Events

March 20191212:00 AM

Sleep Health Patrol Support Group - Mar 2019


July 20191112:00 AM

Sleep Health Patrol Support Group - Jun 2019


September 20191012:00 AM

Sleep Health Patrol Support Group - Sep 2019


December 20191012:00 AM

Sleep Health Patrol Support Group - Dec 2019