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Sleep study

Overview

A sleep study, or sleep testing, is used to detect and diagnose sleep-related issues, including sleep apnea. The Vanderbilt Sleep Disorders Center provides hotel-based sleep studies that are monitored by sleep experts using state-of-the-art technology.

Conditions

Sleep testing can help detect and diagnose sleep-related issues, including:  

Tour of the Vanderbilt Sleep Disorders Center

A behind-the-scenes look at our sleep testing facility at the Marriott at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.

Sleep Lab Locations

We offer sleep lab services at three state of the art facilities, including two premier hotel locations. Our rooms have been designed to accommodate children, parents and patients with special needs. Patients can select a location close to their home at Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital in Lebanon, the Marriott at Vanderbilt University in Nashville and the Hyatt Place in Franklin.
 

Vanderbilt Sleep Disorders Center
2555 West End Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203
Vanderbilt Sleep Disorders Center Franklin
650 Bakers Bridge Avenue
Franklin, TN 37067
1616 West Main Street, Suite 200
Lebanon, TN 37087
Today's hours:7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Marriott Nashville room for sleep testing
Sleep studies are done in hotel-based sleep testing labs, like this room at the Marriott in Nashville.

Why Choose Sleep Testing at Vanderbilt

  • Hotel-based facilities

    Because your surroundings can greatly affect quality of sleep, our sleep lab services are provided in two premier hotels — one in Nashville and the other in Franklin. Both combine comfort with state-of-the-art technology. 

  • Recognized care

    The Vanderbilt Sleep Disorders Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). We’ve also won a Five Star Excellence Award four years in a row for scoring in the top 10% of clinics in the U.S. in terms of patient satisfaction.

  • Innovation

    Our team is internationally respected for research into sleep conditions, including narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome and insomnia in children with developmental conditions.