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IU Health Sleep Disorders Center

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

Serving patients in downtown Indianapolis, Speedway, Broad Ripple and surrounding communities, our highly skilled team of sleep specialists believe in treating you as a whole person – not just a symptom. At IU Health Sleep Disorders Center in Indianapolis, you'll have access to a broad range of comprehensive services, including sleep testing, diagnostic services and treatment.

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When a sleep disorder disrupts your nightly rest, it can impact your overall health and quality of life. IU Health Sleep Disorders Centers offer diagnostic services and personalized care that can help you return to a healthy, restful sleep – so you can get your life back.

Our team of certified sleep specialists ensures the best treatment outcomes for patients diagnosed with a full range of sleep disorders.

Our Approach to Sleep Disorders

When a sleep disorder disrupts your nightly rest, it can impact your overall health and quality of life. IU Health Sleep Disorders Centers offer diagnostic services and personalized care that can help you return to a healthy, restful sleep – so you can get your life back.

Our team of certified sleep specialists ensures the best treatment outcomes for patients diagnosed with a full range of sleep disorders.

Conditions Treated at This Location

At the IU Health Sleep Disorders Center in Indianapolis, we provide diagnostic services, treatment and education for patients affected by a full range of sleep disorders, including:

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Conditions Treated at This Location

At the IU Health Sleep Disorders Center in Indianapolis, we provide diagnostic services, treatment and education for patients affected by a full range of sleep disorders, including:

Medical Services

Parking & Location Information

  • The Sleep Disorders Center is located in the Education & Research Institute building at the corner of Senate Avenue and West St. Clair Street.
  • Enter the free parking lot from West St. Clair Street.
  • To enter the building, patients may use the ramp at the northwest corner of the parking lot or the stairs at the south end of the parking lot.
  • Enter the building at the ground level. If you arrive after the entry doors have been locked, look for the intercom to the right of the entry door. Press the button and a staff member will assist you.

Sleep Studies

Most sleep disorders are diagnosed through a sleep study. A sleep study monitors your sleep patterns throughout the night to identify anomalies used to make a diagnosis.

Overnight Sleep Study

During an overnight sleep study, a board-certified sleep disorder specialist and registered technologist will monitor your sleep patterns throughout the night. This data will aid in making an accurate diagnosis and providing the best treatment options. The overnight rooms at our sleep centers are comfortable — similar to a hotel room. This type of sleep study is used to diagnose a full range of sleep disorders. Learn more about our comprehensive sleep testing.

Items to bring for your overnight sleep study:

  • Your driver's license or photo ID.
  • Your insurance card.
  • Something to sleep in that is 2-piece and loose fitting (no jeans, gowns or silk/satin pajamas).
  • All medications, personal items, toiletries and a change of clothing for the next day. Shower facilities, soap and towels are available.
  • Completed IU Health sleep forms provided and/or mailed to you.
  • If you bring your cell phone, please put it on silent mode.

At-Home Sleep Study

At-home sleep studies take place in your home. A machine will monitor your sleep and breathing patterns. This type of sleep study can be used to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea.

The appointment for an at-home sleep study typically lasts 20-30 minutes. During that time, you will be instructed on how to use the equipment. All equipment must be returned the next business day by 11 am.

Items to bring for your home study:

  • Your driver's license or photo ID.
  • Your insurance card.

About Your Visit

Parking & Location Information

  • The Sleep Disorders Center is located in the Education & Research Institute building at the corner of Senate Avenue and West St. Clair Street.
  • Enter the free parking lot from West St. Clair Street.
  • To enter the building, patients may use the ramp at the northwest corner of the parking lot or the stairs at the south end of the parking lot.
  • Enter the building at the ground level. If you arrive after the entry doors have been locked, look for the intercom to the right of the entry door. Press the button and a staff member will assist you.

Sleep Studies

Most sleep disorders are diagnosed through a sleep study. A sleep study monitors your sleep patterns throughout the night to identify anomalies used to make a diagnosis.

Overnight Sleep Study

During an overnight sleep study, a board-certified sleep disorder specialist and registered technologist will monitor your sleep patterns throughout the night. This data will aid in making an accurate diagnosis and providing the best treatment options. The overnight rooms at our sleep centers are comfortable — similar to a hotel room. This type of sleep study is used to diagnose a full range of sleep disorders. Learn more about our comprehensive sleep testing.

Items to bring for your overnight sleep study:

  • Your driver's license or photo ID.
  • Your insurance card.
  • Something to sleep in that is 2-piece and loose fitting (no jeans, gowns or silk/satin pajamas).
  • All medications, personal items, toiletries and a change of clothing for the next day. Shower facilities, soap and towels are available.
  • Completed IU Health sleep forms provided and/or mailed to you.
  • If you bring your cell phone, please put it on silent mode.

At-Home Sleep Study

At-home sleep studies take place in your home. A machine will monitor your sleep and breathing patterns. This type of sleep study can be used to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea.

The appointment for an at-home sleep study typically lasts 20-30 minutes. During that time, you will be instructed on how to use the equipment. All equipment must be returned the next business day by 11 am.

Items to bring for your home study:

  • Your driver's license or photo ID.
  • Your insurance card.

Insurance & Billing Information

  • We will attempt pre-certification/authorization with your insurance company on your behalf. Please contact your insurance company if you have questions regarding your deductible, out-of-pocket payment or coverage information.
  • To obtain a sleep test cost estimate, please call 317.963.2541 or 833.722.6050 (toll-free).
  • For questions regarding your bill, please call 317.962.4815.

Learn more about what to expect with a sleep study and find answers to your questions.