For Sleep and Circadian Disorders Medical Professionals

The Brigham and Women's Hospital Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders has been designated as Comprehensive Academic Sleep Program of Distinction by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine for adult patients with sleep disorders. This program is one of only a few such programs in the country. The award recognizes our contributions to the field of sleep medicine including in the care of patients, research into sleep disorders and circadian rhythms, and teaching of the next generation of young doctors and scientists.

The Division's Sleep Disorders Service specializes in the comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of all adult sleep disorders, including: Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Insomnia, Narcolepsy, Restless Legs Syndrome, and other sleep disorders. We provide diagnostic Home Sleep Tests and In-lab Sleep Tests, treatment with CPAP, dental appliances, individual cognitive behavioral therapy and support groups.

The Division provides diagnostic and treatment services for patients with sleep disorders at four convenient clinic locations. To schedule an appointment or refer a patient to the Brigham and Women's Sleep Disorders Service, please contact us by phone or fax at the numbers below:

Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital
1153 Centre Street, Suite 5K
Boston, MA 02130
Phone: (617) 983-7489
Fax: (617) 983-2488

South Shore Hospital
55 Fogg Road
South Weymouth, MA 02190
Phone: (781) 624-8448

Brigham and Women's Harbor Medical Associates
541 Main Street
South Weymouth, MA 02190
Phone: (855) 278-8010

90 Libbey Parkway
Weymouth, MA 02188
Phone: (781) 335-3900

Brigham and Women’s Pulmonary Associates at CNE
1407 South County Trail
East Greenwich, RI 02818
Phone: (401) 886-7910

Inpatient Consultations

The Sleep Disorders Service also offers in patient consultations at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, 75 Francis St., Boston, MA. Consultations performed by one of our sleep specialists can be useful for timely diagnosis, early initiation of treatment, and coordination with outpatient sleep services, benefiting patients with known or suspected sleep disorders. In particular, the in-patient setting provides an opportunity for timely intervention for sleep apnea, sleep related hypoventilation syndromes, and Cheyne Stoke Breathing. Other conditions that may be appropriate for in-patient consultation are: insomnia interfering with inpatient medical management; sleep misalignment (sleep schedule problems) interfering with inpatient medical management, and restless leg syndrome, and others. In coordination with Respiratory Therapy, bedside sleep apnea testing is available.

Requests for inpatient consultations at Brigham and Women’s Hospital can be made by contacting the responsible sleep specialist through PPD.

A complete list of our board-certified sleep specialists can be found here.

Research and Clinical Fellowship Programs

Educational programs include:

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