To better accommodate our patients, our Sleep Center will now be seeing patients in their new office located in Roane Medical Center’s Professional Office Building beginning January 3, 2019.
8035 Roane Medical Center Drive, Suite 240
Harriman, TN 37748
NEW! Phone number: (865) 316-2876
NEW! Fax number for office referrals: (865) 374-2079
Rest Easy. We’re Committed to Your Sleep Recovery.
Sleep disorders can become a disruptive force in your life, affecting your daily routines, plans, and most importantly, your overall health. Most people occasionally experience changes in their normal sleep patterns. These are usually temporary. But when you are often exhausted, have trouble falling asleep, wake up a lot during the night, fall asleep during the day, or don’t feel refreshed by sleep, you may need to be evaluated.
That’s why the staff at Roane Medical Center is committed to offering exceptional care for people with sleep disorders.
- Comfortable. We want you to feel at ease during your visit, so we conduct sleep studies in a cozy atmosphere.
- Personalized. We promote individualized patient care by offering treatment options that satisfy your needs.
- Informative. We want you to feel informed of your results, so we provide specific information about your disorder.
Roane Medical Center offers advanced testing for sleep disorders within a comfortable and convenient facility. As the only hospital-based sleep lab in Roane County, we are dedicated to providing you with the best possible patient care. The board certified sleep specialist can assess sleep disorders and provide evaluation and assistance for personalized treatment plans. Registered and licensed polysomnograph technicians with advanced training can conduct the sleep studies.
If you think that you may be suffering from a sleep disorder, ask your primary care physician about a referral to Roane Medical Center’s Sleep Center.
For more information about sleep services available at Roane Medical Center or about a specific sleep disorder, call (865) 316-0000.
Most insurance companies provide coverage for evaluation of sleep disorders. Contact your insurance company for details on your policy’s specific conditions.