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IU Health Sleep Apnea Education Center

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When you visit the IU Health Sleep Apnea Education Center in Bedford, you'll receive personalized care designed to help you return to healthy, restful sleep.

Serving patients in Bedford, Englewood, Lawrenceport, Fayetteville and surrounding communities, our highly skilled team believes in treating you as a whole person – not just a symptom. At IU Health Sleep Apnea Education Center at Bedford, you'll have access to personalized breathing devices and treatments that can help you return to a healthy, restful sleep.

Sleep restores our bodies and minds. Without it, we suffer. IU Health Sleep Apnea Education Centers offer personalized breathing devices and treatments that can help you return to a healthy, restful sleep.

Our team of registered respiratory therapists uses evidence-based practices to ensure the best treatment outcome for patients diagnosed with sleep apnea.

Our Approach to Sleep Apnea

Sleep restores our bodies and minds. Without it, we suffer. IU Health Sleep Apnea Education Centers offer personalized breathing devices and treatments that can help you return to a healthy, restful sleep.

Our team of registered respiratory therapists uses evidence-based practices to ensure the best treatment outcome for patients diagnosed with sleep apnea.

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Our Continuing Care program makes it simple to get the CPAP supplies you need to get the sleep you want – delivered right to you. Order online or call 317.820.2330.

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Our Services

Conditions Treated at this Location

At the IU Health Sleep Apnea Education Center in Bedford, we provide diagnostic testing services, treatment and education for patients with:

If you have symptoms or have been diagnosed with a sleep disorder other than sleep apnea, IU Health Sleep Disorders Centers provide personalized care for a full range of sleep disorders.

Find a Sleep Disorders Center near you.

Medical Services

Parking & Location Information

  • The building is located behind Taco Bell and Starbucks. Look for the IU Health location sign on the right side of Clinic Dr.
  • Parking is free in front of building.
  • Inside, the Sleep Disorders Center and IU Health Physicians office is the same suite.

Insurance & Billing Information

  • Insurance coverage varies by plan. You can download our Patient Responsibility FAQs to address common questions.
  • If you have questions regarding your bill, please contact Home Care Patient Financial Services at 317.962.4600 or 800.258.9530 (toll-free) during regular business hours.

During Your Visit

During your visit, you can expect to receive:

  • Education about your sleep apnea diagnosis, including your prescription for treatment
  • Information about your financial responsibilities
  • Customized fitting for a mask or interface to use with your prescribed device
  • Education on how to operate your prescribed equipment
  • Information on our follow-up process and reordering replacement supplies

Treatment Options

The most common treatments for sleep apnea involve the use of a breathing device during sleep.

IU Health physicians and respiratory therapists are experts in a wide variety of devices and masks, including CPAP, BiPAP, AutoPap and adaptive servo ventilation. They will work with you to ensure comfort and a proper fit.

Learn more about CPAP and other breathing devices — how to use them and answers to your questions.

About Your Visit

Parking & Location Information

  • The building is located behind Taco Bell and Starbucks. Look for the IU Health location sign on the right side of Clinic Dr.
  • Parking is free in front of building.
  • Inside, the Sleep Disorders Center and IU Health Physicians office is the same suite.

Insurance & Billing Information

  • Insurance coverage varies by plan. You can download our Patient Responsibility FAQs to address common questions.
  • If you have questions regarding your bill, please contact Home Care Patient Financial Services at 317.962.4600 or 800.258.9530 (toll-free) during regular business hours.

During Your Visit

During your visit, you can expect to receive:

  • Education about your sleep apnea diagnosis, including your prescription for treatment
  • Information about your financial responsibilities
  • Customized fitting for a mask or interface to use with your prescribed device
  • Education on how to operate your prescribed equipment
  • Information on our follow-up process and reordering replacement supplies

Treatment Options

The most common treatments for sleep apnea involve the use of a breathing device during sleep.

IU Health physicians and respiratory therapists are experts in a wide variety of devices and masks, including CPAP, BiPAP, AutoPap and adaptive servo ventilation. They will work with you to ensure comfort and a proper fit.

Learn more about CPAP and other breathing devices — how to use them and answers to your questions.