Coordinated Health has announced that its new Coordinated Health Sleep Disorder Center has begun seeing patients.
The 3,500 square foot center, located at 2300 Highland Ave., Bethlehem, includes four rooms in which sleep studies are conducted on patients by a board certified sleep physician.
The Sleep Center serves sleep disorders and related conditions, including problems with sleep related to diabetes and high blood pressure, insomnia, narcolepsy, obesity, restless legs syndrome, sleep apnea and drowsy driving.
“A majority of our sleep studies take place during a patient’s usual sleeping hours, whether that’s during the night or during the day,” said Ron Ticho, vice president of corporate strategy and external affairs for Coordinated Health. “Our state-of-the-art patient rooms, like the rooms in our hospitals, are designed for maximum comfort with cozy beds, luxurious thread counts, large spa-like bathrooms, and in-room TVs and WiFi. We like to say to patients that you’ll feel like you’re in a hotel, not a hospital.”
Patients need to be over 16 and referred for a sleep study by a physician in order to be seen in the facility. Referred patients can be seen for a sleep study within two weeks, if not earlier, according to Ticho.
Coordinated Health (CH) is a privately held, acute care hospital network in eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey, which employs more than 1,000 highly skilled professionals at 17 sites.
Coordinated Health’s services are limited to musculoskeletal care, cardiology, women’s health and immediate and primary care.