Washington University Multidisciplinary Sleep Medicine Center
This location is where our fellows spend most of their time, as it houses the Sleep Disorders Clinic where most clinics take place, 12-bed sleep lab, sleep medicine conference room, as well as faculty, staff, and fellow offices. Our sleep center is multidisciplinary with faculty from Neurology, Pulmonology, Otolaryngology, Psychiatry, and Psychology taking care of adult patients with sleep disorders and participating in teaching and clinical care at this location.
Typical volume annually:
Sleep Clinic visits: over 7,800 per year
In-lab, attended, polysomnograms: over 2000 per year
Barnes-Jewish Hospital Inpatient polysomnograms: over 200 per year
Home sleep apnea tests: over 900 per year
Pediatric Sleep Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital
Our fellows spend significant time learning pediatric sleep medicine at our newly expanded and renovated Pediatric Sleep Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. This sleep center is also accredited by the AASM and has a 10-bed sleep lab available for overnight sleep studies, as well as an active inpatient sleep service. The sleep center performs over 2,400 sleep studies annually. Faculty is multidisciplinary representing Pediatric Neurology, Pediatric Pulmonology, Pediatric Otolaryngology, and Pediatric Psychology.
Inpatient Sleep Service at Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Our fellows also rotate at Barnes-Jewish Hospital where they perform sleep medicine inpatient consults and interpret inpatient sleep studies performed several times a week on hospitalized patients. This very active and unique inpatient service allows our fellows to work with other specialties in the inpatient setting, to evaluate sleep problems related to underlying conditions such as heart failure, stroke, neuromuscular disease, and COPD.
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