Campbell County Health's Sleep Center at Campbell County Memorial Hospital
is designed to monitor and evaluate people during sleep, providing information
for physicians to diagnose and treat sleeping disorders in Gillette, Wyoming.
The Sleep Center is
accredited by the
American Academy of Sleep medicine (AASM) and is one of only three accredited programs in the state of Wyoming.
An estimated 123 million American suffer from sleep-related problems. Nearly
two thirds of all adults experience insufficient sleep three or more times
per week. CCH's Sleep Center is specially designed for sleep studies
and provides a full range of diagnostic and treatment for more than 70
different sleep disorders. The most commonly treated sleep disorders are:
snoring, sleep apnea, insomnia, restless legs syndrome, and shift work
disorder. Left untreated, sleep disorders can lead to serious health conditions
like weight gain, high blood pressure, cardiac problems, diabetes, and
increased risk of motor vehicle accidents.While patients sleep in quiet,
comfortable rooms, our technologists observe and record sleep patterns,
heart and respiratory activity, and body movements at an adjacent monitoring
room. Most sleep disorders can be treated effectively once they have been
Types of sleep disorders
The Sleep Center provides quality patient care by utilizing the National
Patient Safety Goals.
The Sleep Center is staffed by Registered Polysomnographic Technician and
Respiratory Therapists, who assist the doctor in making a diagnosis. The
Sleep Center is the only four-bed clinic in a 100-mile radius, which accepts
insurance and Medicare patients. It is open six nights per week for patient
convenience, and operated according to
American Academy of Sleep Medicine standards. The clinic performs an average of 60 sleep studies per month.
Charges for services vary based on testing completed:
- Diagnostic Sleep Study
- Therapeutic Sleep Study
- Split night Sleep Study
- Multiple Sleep Latency Test/Maintenance Wakefulness Test
Additional: Physician reading fees may apply. Please call for specific pricing.
How often do you doze?
Do you find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning? Do you sometimes
feel sleepy while watching television or driving? If so, you may be one
of millions who suffer from a sleep disorder, a condition that can significantly
reduce quality of life, decrease productivity and interfere with relationships.
Click here to take the Epworth Sleepiness Scale Test, a questionnaire to help provide insight on daytime sleepiness.
Jim Morda, Manager