Sleep Disorders Centers
A good night's sleep. It's more than just a dream. It's possible.
Sleep disorders are complex and can be difficult to accurately diagnose. This is because there are a variety of sleep and other medical disorders with similar symptoms. In addition, symptoms like chronic tiredness and restless sleep can stem from emotional illness or another physical condition.
That's why you need the right medical team to get the right diagnosis. The Morton Plant Mease Sleep Disorders team works in partnership with your doctor.
Accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, our centers feature a multidisciplinary team of physicians and medical professionals with expertise in sleep medicine, ENT, neurology, pulmonology and psychiatry. All of our sleep technologists are certified by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (BRPT) or are eligible for certification, and play a central role on our team. They observe sleep behavior and collect the data that will be analyzed to help diagnose your condition.
State-of-the-Art Diagnostics and Facilities
With five convenient locations, Morton Plant Mease offers the largest sleep center program in the Tampa Bay area. Our state-of-the-art sleep laboratories are equipped with the most advanced diagnostic sleep testing available. Overnight sleep studies (called a polysomnogram) take place in comfortable, private patient bedrooms, closely monitored by polysomnographic technologists. A detailed sleep evaluation is compiled and sent to your doctor with a recommended treatment plan.
We have performed more than 15,000 sleep studies, and our professional staff members always do everything possible to make you feel relaxed and comfortable.
If you have a sleep disorder, the quality sleep you’re seeking can be a reality. The first step is a professional evaluation from the Sleep Disorders Centers. We offer flexible scheduling on most days of the week so you can come in when it is convenient for you. Appointments can be made by you or your physician by calling (727) 734-6716.
American Academy of Sleep Medicine
To learn more about sleep disorders, visit the public education Web site of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.