When you are not sleeping well at night, it affects your entire day. If you find that you are not sleeping well , that you're snoring or feeling tired , make an appointment with The University of Vermont Medical Center's comprehensive Sleep Program.
Sleep Program at The UVM Medical Center
The UVM Medical Center has the only sleep center in Chittenden County that is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, considered the gold standard in the field of sleep care. This accreditation shows that a sleep center maintains the highest standards of care.
Learn more about what to expect from your visit at the Sleep Center.
The UVM Medical Center Sleep Lab is located at the Residence Inn by Marriott, 71 Rathe Road, Colchester. We also conduct sleep studies at our Sleep Lab on Patrick 5 at the Main Campus; office visits with clinical teams are at the 1 South Prospect/Arnold 2 location (formerly UHC).
Sleep Disorders That We Treat
Common sleep disorders that we treat include:
A Team Approach to Sleep Care at The UVM Medical Center
Our multidisciplinary team includes sleep medicine-certified physicians and skilled technicians, along with physicians specially trained in:
Our team approach ensures that you receive the most comprehensive care possible.
In addition, you benefit from the clinical and teaching excellence and research-based expertise found only at an academic medical center.
A Sleep Disorder : Is It Affecting You?
Perhaps you are suffering from a sleep disorder . There are things you can do, right now, to inform yourself and take control of your situation. We have compiled useful information about sleep disorders for you read from the comfort and convenience of your home. You can:
We are committed to working with you on your patients' care. Find instructions on how to refer a patient to one of our sleep specialists. To reach our providers directly, call Provider Access Service at 800-639-2480.
Contact our Sleep Center at 802-847-5338. We are available Monday through Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.