Sleep Disorder Center at Abington Memorial Hospital
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t for its emphasis on “devising new ways to treat hearing loss and sleeping disorders,” Abington Memorial Hospital was ranked 38th in ear, nose and throat (The Sleep Disorder Center, 1200 Old York Road, 215-481-2226). Crozer-Keystone Sleep Disorders Program at Taylor Hospital
Founded in 1978, the Crozer-Keystone Sleep Disorders Program is one of the oldest nationally credentialed sleep programs in the region (Taylor Hospital, 175 East Chester Pike, Ridley Park; Delaware County Memorial Hospital, 2100 Keystone Avenue, Drexel Hill; Crozer Health Pavilion, 145 Brinton Lake Road, Glenn Mills; 888-753-3703 for all appointments).
Jefferson Sleep Disorders Center at Jefferson Hospital
Recently moved into spanking new digs, the Jefferson Sleep Disorders Center is headed by nationally known sleep specialist Karl Doghramji (2ll South 9th Street, 800-JEFF-NOW).
Main Line Sleep Medicine Services at Lankenau and Paoli Hospitals
Main Line Sleep Medicine Services is overseen by Mark Pressman, editor of the respected book Understanding Sleep: The Evaluation and Treatment of Sleep Disorders
. He’s especially interested in sleepwalking and other odd sleep behaviors (Lankenau Hospital, 100 Lancaster Avenue, Wynnewood, 610-645-3400, mainlinehealth.org/lh; Paoli Hospital, 255 West Lancaster Avenue, Paoli, 610-648-1358).Pediatric Sleep Center at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
Worse than not being able to sleep yourself is being kept awake by a crying child. The Pediatric Sleep Center at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children employs a team of pulmonologists, neurologists and respiratory therapists try to find what’s keeping your kid awake (3601 A Street, 215-427-3800).
Penn Sleep Centers
Besides its diagnosis and treatment component, Penn Sleep Centers is in the forefront of research to unlock the mysteries of sleep. It has conducted more than 5,000 studies, funded by $8 million in grants (3624 Market Street, 215-662-7772). Temple Sleep Disorders Center
Temple Sleep Disorders Center at Temple Hospital uses seven full-time sleep specialists and related support from neurology, psychiatry and urology physicians to perform more than 2,000 studies a year, with a particular emphasis on sleep problems caused by breathing difficulties related to lung disorders (2301 East Allegheny Avenue, 215-291-3881, tuh.templehealth.org).