Preparing for Your Sleep Study

Preparing for your sleep study at St. Vincent’s is simple; you should treat it like a night at a hotel. Once you arrive (most reporting times are 7:00 pm or 9:00 pm), a sleep technician will escort you to your room. 

Where Do I Go?

We have sleep centers at each of our three campuses.

St. Vincent’s Riverside

Report to the Emergency Room Registration Desk (entrance off King Street) and let the attendant know you’re there for a sleep study. A sleep tech will meet and escort you to your room.

St. Vincent’s Southside

Report to the Roger Main Building (behind the hospital) and go to Suite 535

St. Vincent’s Clay County

Report to the Medical Office Building (to the right of the hospital) and go to the third floor. The lab is located in Suite 330.

What Should I Bring?

Pack like you would for any other night spent away from home. We encourage you to wear appropriate sleep attire so that you’re comfortable the entire night. We also recommend bringing a change of clothes for the next day and any toiletries you need.

What Amenities Are Available?

Your room is fully furnished with a queen-size bed, desk, television, wireless internet and private bathroom. You’re welcome to take a shower and prepare for the day as you normally would the morning after your study. Additionally, you’ll enjoy a continental breakfast with coffee and juice.

Contact our sleep centers to learn more about the conditions we diagnose and treat: