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CentraCare Health – Monticello Sleep Center

CentraCare Health – Monticello Sleep Center
1017 Hart Boulevard
Monticello, MN

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CentraCare Health – Monticello offers technologically advanced and comprehensive sleep medicine services to help you sleep well and feel better.

Lack of sleep is a significant health risk which has been linked to motor vehicle accidents, workplace injuries, reduced quality of life, and lack of energy.

CentraCare Health – Monticello's Board Certified Sleep Physician and team of sleep technologists are highly - trained to assess and treat a variety of potentially life-threatening sleep conditions such as sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and insomnia, close to home.


General Information and Advice

Many times people are concerned about a sleep issue but do not know what the next step should be. Common questions include; Do I need a sleep test? Do I need a referral from my doctor to be seen by a sleep specialist? How do I set up an appointment?

Our sleep staff are available Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 763-271-2422. We are happy to help you with any questions or concerns.

Consultation with a Sleep Specialist

Helping people with sleep problems is not limited to running sleep tests. The Sleep Center has board-certified Sleep Medicine physicians on staff whose job is to listen to a patient's story, examine them, then determine which sleep test is appropriate. All patients are seen at least once by a sleep specialist, and in many cases we provide long-term management. A consultation can be ordered by your care provider, or you can contact the Sleep Center directly to arrange for an appointment with a sleep specialist.

Polysomnogram or Overnight Sleep Study

A polysomnogram, or overnight sleep study, is the most common sleep test, and the gold standard for diagnosing sleep apnea. The patient is monitored in the sleep lab overnight for problems with breathing, heart rhythms, body movements and sleep quality. We provide this test for adults and children over the age of 5. Polysomnography is ordered by a health provider, either your primary clinician or a Sleep Center physician.