OGH Sleep Disorders Center Moves To New Location
Posted on: 06/06/2014
The Sleep Disorders Center at Olean General Hospital, a member of Upper Allegheny Health System, will open at its new location, 500 Main Street, on Monday, June 2. The new center is conveniently located on the first floor of OGH’s Mildred Milliman Outpatient Surgery Center building, directly across Main Street from the hospital.
The center, which is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, will enable Olean General Hospital to provide an improved patient care experience for the diagnosis of Sleep Apnea, Insomnia, Restless Leg Syndrome and other sleep disorders.
The new location provides improved patient privacy and a quieter sleeping environment for sleep studies. Ease of access from the parking lot and having the center on the first floor only a few short steps from the front door offers greater convenience. The Sleep Disorders Center was previously located on the third floor of the Hampton Inn, Olean.
The Sleep Disorder Center is under the direction of Eric Ten Brock, MD, who is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, and Sleep Medicine.
“Dr. Ten Brock, Medical Director of the Sleep Disorders Center and our clinical team provide outstanding care,” said Timothy J. Finan, president and CEO of Upper Allegheny Health System and Olean General Hospital. “The new location offers greater convenience, comfort and ease of access, truly enhancing the patient experience.”
Sleep Apnea and other sleep disorders can cause the interruption of normal breathing patterns during sleep and can put extra strain on the heart. Accurate diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders can aid in reducing the risk of a heart attack and well as problems due to daytime sleepiness.
The new 1,600 square foot center features four state-of-the-art private rooms with full sized beds and private bathrooms, 35” flat screen televisions, cable; free Wi-Fi, complimentary Continental Breakfast and convenient parking. It is fully handicapped accessible.
Patients need a physician referral in order to have a sleep study performed. The phone number for the Sleep Disorders Center is 716-373-9300.Back to Article List
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