Sleep Disorders Center

 Part of Strong Memorial Hospital 



After 25 years of being the only accredited sleep disorders center in the Finger Lakes, the Thompson Health Sleep Disorders Center has joined the UR Medicine Sleep Center as a satellite office. The UR Medicine Sleep Center is a world-class accredited facility with sleep specialists who have backgrounds in neurology, pulmonary, psychology, and internal medicine. Joining the UR Medicine Sleep Center enables the Thompson Sleep Disorders Center to continue to serve our patients with distinction.

We opened for patients on May 6, 2024 at our new location at the Thompson Canandaigua Professional Center, 3170 West Street, Suite 275 in Canandaigua. This site provides home sleep apnea tests and consultations. For patients who require in-lab, overnight sleep studies, you will be referred to the UR Sleep Center in Rochester.


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.

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

The Sleep Disorders Center
Thompson Canandaigua Professional Center
3170 West Street, Suite 275
(park/enter in the back)

(585) 341-7575