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Sleep Center

Sleep Center

Cleveland’s leading resource for diagnosing and treating sleep

Staffed by a team that is nationally acknowledged in pulmonary care, Southwest General’s quality focused Sleep Center is one of the region’s leading resources for diagnosing and treating sleep disorders delivering:

  • High quality patient-centered care
  • State-of-the-art comprehensive sleep studies and evaluations
  • Modern and tranquil facilities
  • Treatment options focused on individual patient needs
  • Highly successful outcomes

Sleep Disorder Evaluations Designed to Provide Quality Outcomes for Improved Health

The Sleep Center at Southwest General is a highly valued regional resource for patients with sleep disorders that, while common, are potentially serious.  Left untreated, they can cause a variety of health problems including:

  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Stroke


Southwest General’s Sleep Center patients receive individualized and comprehensive sleep study evaluations to identify treatments to correct their conditions.

Nationally Recognized, Skilled and Committed Professionals

Lead by Dr. Babu M.Eapen, board-certified in sleep disorders and pulmonary and critical care medicine, our highly skilled Sleep Center team works diligently to provide high quality care for sleep disorders with professionalism, skill and compassion.  Dr. Eapen and his physician associates have been acknowledged throughout the U.S. as outstanding physicians in respiratory care and collaborate to provide successful treatments for sleep disorders.

Advanced Technology

Within the secure facilities of Southwest General, sleep studies are conducted by highly skilled technicians in a soothing environment designed to promote a restful night’s sleep. Digital state-of-the-art equipment monitors sleep patterns, including brainwaves, breathing, oxygen level, heartbeat, muscle movement and any abnormal events during a patient’s sleep.  This information is recorded and charted for analysis and is used to determine an appropriate treatment regimen.  It is also shared with a patient’s primary care physician for follow-up.

Some of the more than 80 sleep disorders treated include: 

  • Sleep Apnea
  • Insomnia
  • Narcolepsy
  • Restless Leg Syndrome
  • Nightmares
  • Sleep Terrors

We Look Forward to Helping You

To receive a sleep study evaluation, patients must be referred by their physician.  To make an appointment, or for more information about our Sleep Center, please call 440-816-6030.

Patients who do not have a primary care physician can call Health Connection at 440-816-5050.

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Southwest General Sets the Bar High for Care of Stroke and Heart Failure Patients
Each year, 795,000 people across the U.S. experience a stroke. Approximately 5.7 million people suffer from heart failure.
Why can’t I breathe? Why am I so tired all the time?
Southwest General’s Pulmonary Hypertension Center may have the answers you’ve been looking for!

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