RAEFORD – Cape Fear Valley Health has opened a fourth Sleep Center lab to better help area residents get a good night’s rest.
The new four-bed lab opened Tuesday at Hoke Hospital at 210 Medical Pavilion Drive to meet increasing demand for sleep studies. Cape Fear Valley Sleep Center in Fayetteville already serves a growing number of both civilian and military patients in the region.
Cape Fear Valley also offers sleep studies at Bladen Sleep Lab in Elizabethtown, Health Pavilion North in northern Fayetteville as well as through its main Sleep Center on Owen Drive in Fayetteville.
The new Hoke sleep lab offers a wide array of testing including Polysomnography, C-PAP Titration, daytime studies, Multiple Sleep Latency Tests, Maintaining Wakefulness Tests and C-PAP Nap Studies. Child studies will not be offered at this site.
Cape Fear Valley Sleep Center is accredited by the American Association of Sleep Medicine and The Joint Commission. It treats a variety of sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, periodic limb movement, restless legs syndrome and more.
To learn more about Cape Fear Valley Sleep Center, visit www.capefearvalley.com/sleep.Share: