Entrust your good night’s rest to the sleep medicine experts at South Florida’s only fully accredited comprehensive sleep center. We treat all adult and childhood sleep disorder types, including sleep-disordered breathing (snoring, upper airway resistance syndrome, and obstructive sleep apnea), movement disorders (restless leg syndrome), insomnias, and excessive daytime sleepiness.
Your care is managed by sleep specialists and surgeons who are board-certified in adult and pediatric sleep medicine. And if needed, we collaborate with an expert team to treat underlying conditions that can affect your physical and emotional well-being.
If you feel tired, have memory problems, or snore loudly, visit with a sleep medicine specialist at the University of Miami Health System. We can find out why, so you can finally rest and feel better.
Why Choose UHealth?
Regional leaders in sleep medicine and sleep surgery. As a fully accredited comprehensive sleep center, our program meets and exceeds the rigorous standards set by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. This designation recognizes our facility, services, and providers for the highest commitment to safety and quality care.
Multispecialty care customized for your good health and overall wellness. Depending on your condition, your team can include ear, nose, and throat doctors (ENT), pulmonologists (lung specialists), neurologists, psychiatrists, and weight management specialists with special expertise in sleep disorders. You receive the best care possible when we’re all working together for you.
Experts who recognize and treat all forms of sleep-disordered breathing problems. We understand how breathing problems progress from snoring in childhood to upper airway resistance and obstructive sleep apnea in adulthood. This means we recognize and treat symptoms early, so you get the right care for your specific condition.
Innovative non-surgical and surgical therapies for sleep-disordered breathing. As a comprehensive sleep center, we offer a wide range of innovative non-surgical and minimally invasive surgical treatments, often in combination. These include upper airway stimulation, uvulopalatopharyngoplasty, and endoscopic sinus surgery.
Sleep studies offered 24/7 in a state-of-the-art sleep center. You can rest assured that you receive the most advanced care available. Sleep studies and tests are conducted in a modern, comfortable center — including the latest technology and a friendly, knowledgeable staff.
Approximately 18 million Americans have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and 10 million are undiagnosed. More than 50% of Americans over the age of 65 have a sleep problem. Those with untreated OSA face a risk of heart attack or stroke that is up to four times greater than those who are not afflicted.