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Sleep Disorders Center

Sleep is essential to your well-being and overall health. Unfortunately, millions of Americans don’t get the sleep they need because of lifestyle or health issues. Sleep deprivation can be linked to health problems such as obesity, high blood pressure, heart problems, depression and decreased productivity. If you think you have a sleep disorder, it’s important to get it diagnosed. The right treatment can make a big difference in your health and quality of life.

Only AASM-Accredited Facility in the Finger Lakes

Thompson Health has the only sleep disorders center in the Finger Lakes accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), which means our patients receive the highest quality diagnostic services available. Unlike non-accredited facilities, data collected during every study is reviewed and evaluated by a board certified Sleep Medicine Specialist who has undergone 12 years of medical training and is highly trained to pick up signs of a sleep disorder. Thompson Health Sleep Disorders Center focuses on employing and training the most highly qualified sleep professionals.

Patient Comfort in Mind

For the comfort and convenience of our patients, furnishings are like those found in a nice hotel. Our spacious suites offer a private bathroom, WiFi and cable TV.

Our Mission and Goals

At the Thompson Health Sleep Disorders Center, we are committed to caring for and evaluating each individual in a supportive and personalized manner in order to provide complete, accurate and prompt test results to facilitate diagnosis and treatment.

We are here to provide a state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment facility for individuals suffering from sleep-related breathing disorders, to increase awareness for the local medical community and the general public and to ensure that citizens of this region have access to a high quality accredited sleep center.

How to Become a Patient of the Sleep Disorders Center

One way to become a patient is through a referral by your primary care physician. The other way is through referral by a specialist such as a pulmonologist, neurologist, rheumatologist or cardiologist. A primary care physician is only able to refer a patient for an initial consult, whereas a specialist physician is able to refer for either an initial consult or a sleep study.

Sleep Center Contact

Established in 1993

The Sleep Disorders Center
Lakeside Professional Building
229 Parrish Street
Canandaigua

Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 am-4 pm
Closed Daily: 12pm-1pm

Contact Us:
For more information call (585) 396-6483 or e-mail the Office Coordinator of the Center.  The email link is for general questions only.  Please do not use to cancel, confirm or make an appointment. 

Direction to Sleep Center
Sleep Disorders Center

is located in the Lakeside Professional Building at
229 Parrish Street, Suite 180, Canandaigua, NY 14424.  
We are directly across from F.F. Thompson Hospital.

From the North
Take Route 332 south into Canandaigua. Take a right onto Parrish Street. The Sleep Disorders Center is on the left, approximately one-half mile down.

From the East

Take Routes 5 & 20 west into Canandaigua. Take a right onto Middle Cheshire Road, then a right onto Parrish Street. Thompson Hospital is on the left. The Sleep Disorders Center is located on the right approximately one-quarter mile down.

Click to view a PDF map of our location.