Centers of Excellence

Trinitas Sleep Disorders Center

Accredited by the prestigious American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the Trinitas Comprehensive Sleep Disorders Center provides a monitored, fully attended diagnostic sleep study designed to rule out physical, non-stress related symptoms that may prevent restful sleep. A team of trained sleep specialists supervises each study and coordinates follow-up care with the patient's physician.

In addition to it's modern, 4-bed sleep center located on the main campus of Trinitas Regional Medical Center, a new option exists for sleep studies conducted by Trinitas staff at the Homewood Suites by Hilton, in Cranford. This new center is the first hotel-based sleep center in New Jersey! At both locations, certified and highly qualified staff work to diagnose sleep disorders, including insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, snoring and narcolepsy, among others.

"Getting a good night's sleep is an essential part of healthy living," says Vipin Garg, MD, Director of the Comprehensive Sleep Disorders Center.

"But for the millions of Americans who suffer from sleep disorders, getting enough rest can be difficult, if not impossible. Left untreated, sleep disorders can have harmful, even life-threatening effects on health, well-being and safety."

State-of-the-art diagnostic sleep studies are performed by specially trained sleep pulmonologists, registered polysomnographers and licensed, credentialed respiratory therapists. They can quickly diagnose any sleep problem and, working closely with each patient's primary physician, provide expert treatment and follow-up.

"The private, comfortable testing is performed in home-like suites with soft designer sheets, pillows and a private shower," says Dr. Garg. All overnight sleep studies include a complimentary breakfast and free parking in the Trinitas Regional Medical Center parking garage.

For more information or to make an appointment, call 908-994-8694 or click here to visit the expanded web site for the Comprehensive Sleep Disorders Center.