Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders

Patient Care

University Sleep Center was established to help individuals return to a normal productive lifestyle through diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. Our dedicated center, which is fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, has a team of experienced, knowledgeable professionals who work with patients to evaluate each individual situation. Our state of the art facility, located in the beautiful new Residence Inn – Marriott at 333 East Market Street, is also on the leading edge of sleep research and serves as a teaching and training center for physicians.
Each patient suite at the Residence Inn - Marriott is a private one-bedroom suite with full kitchen and separate living room area; the suite is very conducive to a great nights sleep for our patients. University Sleep Center is the only center in Kentucky located in a hotel environment.

Approximately 40 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep disorders. They experience fatigue, irritability, depression, lack of concentration and memory, lost productivity and car or workplace accidents, all due to sleep deprivation and sleeping disorders. If left untreated some sleep disorders may increase the risk of high blood pressure, heart attack or stroke. The University Sleep Center is ready to restore restful sleep to your nights and improve the quality of your days.

Clinical Research

University Sleep Center has participated in numerous beneficial research studies involving Phase I and II trials for Modafinil and Zyrem for Narcolepsy/Cataplexy, research involving Sleep Apnea and Pulmonary hypertension in apnea and other non-funded research studies.

Education

University Sleep Center is aligned with University of Louisville Healthcare and the University of Louisville School of Medicne. The Center serves as a teaching site for physicians who are interested in sleep and sleeping disorders. The Center has both Neurologists and Pulmonologists on site to consult with our patient population as well as train interested physicians in sleep and sleeping disorders.

The Sleep Center is involved in community education for both patients and care-givers. We educate our patients through our support groups and provide community education at numerous events during the year.

Program Members

Bogdan Moldoveanu, M.D., DABSM
Barbara J. Rigdon, REEGT., RPSGT., Facility Director

Our Affiliations

University of Louisville Healthcare

Patient & Public Information

American Academy of Sleep Medicine
American Medical Society
Kentucky Sleep Society
American Academy of Neurology
National Sleep Foundation
Sleep Net.com

Consultation/Referral: Please contact University Sleep Center directly at 502-562-3792 for detailed information or to schedule a consultation with our physicians.