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A great deal of science supports the importance of sleep and its role in disease prevention. There isn’t a tissue, system or operation in the body—from the brain, heart and lungs to metabolism, immune function and mood—that isn’t enhanced by sleep.
Sleep disorders and disruption are common and a significant contributor to health risks. Lack of sleep disrupts normal brain and body function, causing a decrease in metabolic rate and endocrine functions.
The addition of Sleep Medicine to our Cooper Clinic preventive medicine services mirrors our purpose—improving the quality and quantity of life. The ability to diagnose sleep disorders and develop treatment plans for our patients early on helps set the stage for healthier outcomes.
Sonya Merrill, MD, PhD, FACP, is a Sleep Medicine Physician providing comprehensive evaluation and management of sleep disorders at Cooper Clinic.
- Sleep Laboratory-based studies:
- Overnight diagnostic study
- Overnight CPAP titration study
- Overnight split night (half diagnostic, half CPAP titration) study
- Daytime sleep study (Multiple Sleep Latency Test)
- In-home testing:
- Sleep apnea test
- Overnight oximetry test
Scheduling an Appointment
To schedule a sleep medicine consultation or sleep study, call 972.560.2667.
Rescheduling an Appointment
If you must reschedule or cancel your sleep medicine appointment, please call 972.560.2667. Our cancellation policy is as follows.
Sleep Medicine Consultation
- Less than 24 hours' notice or a missed appointment—$75 non-refundable cancellation fee
- Less than seven days’ advance notice—$250 non-refundable cancellation fee
- Less than 24 hours’ advance notice or a missed appointment—$500 non-refundable cancellation fee
Existing Cooper Clinic Sleep Medicine Patients
For our patients who use the Philips Respironics Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BiPAP) or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) device, please read this recall statement and FAQ.