The Queen’s Medical Center
Level 1 via Kamehameha Elevator
1301 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
8:00 pm – 6:00 am (except Sundays)
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Closed on Sundays and select holidays
Free parking available
The Sleep Center at The Queen’s Medical Center is a state-of-the-art facility designed to study and resolve sleep disorder issues including Sleep Apnea. We are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
The Sleep Center at The Queen’s Medical Center offers a comprehensive range of services for all types of sleep-related disorders including Sleep Apnea. The Sleep Center uses advanced technology in a comfortable environment to help you achieve better quality sleep for an enhanced quality of life. Testing is available for patients three years and older, six days a week.
The Queen’s Sleep Center is made up of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists and Registered Respiratory Therapists. Our medical director and staff physicians are board certified by the American Board of Sleep Medicine and the American Board of Internal Medicine in Sleep Medicine.
The Sleep Center at The Queen’s Medical Center provides diagnostic testing for the detection and treatment of Sleep Apnea, which is a complete obstruction of the upper airway periodically throughout the night. Other services include:
Treatment is individualized to each patient’s needs.
Snoring can be caused by an incomplete obstruction of the upper airway, and can actually be hazardous to your health. Many snorers have complete obstruction (apnea) periodically throughout the night. When this occurs, oxygen in the blood falls, the heart can beat irregularly and sleeping is interrupted. Untreated sleep apnea can cause debilitating sleepiness, increased chance of driving accidents and may lead to health problems including heart failure. If you suspect sleep apnea, contact your physician or the Queen’s Sleep Center.
A Polysomnogram (PSG), or Sleep Study, is a safe, painless and simple evaluation of how your body functions during sleep. It is performed by a. The data, recorded while you are sleeping, is scored by a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist and reviewed by a board-certified Sleep Physician.
A sleep study can provide a detailed evaluation to determine if you have a sleep disorder. Just as an x-ray uncovers a broken bone, a sleep study can uncover a problem in your sleep patterns. If you do have a sleep disorder, it is important to be diagnosed and treated. Sleep disorders can contribute to other diseases and conditions such as stroke, heart attack, high blood pressure, and depression.
A common sleep-related breathing disorder, Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), is caused by the airway closing and preventing the flow of air into the lungs. Without effective treatment, OSA is a risk to developing a number of serious health conditions. Because of excessive daytime sleepiness that exists with OSA, drivers who have untreated OSA can become a hazard to themselves and others while on the road. The goal of being tested, diagnosed, and treated for a sleep disorder is to help you realize a better quality of sleep and an enhanced quality of life.
Thank you for choosing Queen’s for your patient’s care. A physician referral is required for all services provided at the Sleep Center at The Queen’s Medical Center.
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