Sleep Disorders Center

Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center - Lee Campus
320 Main Street, 6th Floor
Johnstown, PA 15901
Phone: (814) 534-6450
Fax: (814) 534-6452
 

Conemaugh Meyersdale Medical Center
200 Hospital Drive
Meyersdale, PA 15552
Phone: (814) 972-6975
Fax: (814) 634-0457

Conemaugh Miners Medical Center
290 Haida Avenue
Hastings, PA 16646
Phone: (814) 534-6450
Fax: (814) 634-5911

Rerral from a primary care physician or specialist is required.


An estimated one-third of Americans suffer from a sleep disorder at some point in life. Lack of sleep affects the ability to concentrate, accomplish tasks, and manage minor irritations, and can impact memory and reasoning. Lack of sleep can be very dangerous and contributes to an estimated 100,000 automobile accidents each year.

Conemaugh Health System's Sleep Disorders Center specializes in diagnosis and treatment of sleep-related problems for men, women, and children. Our team pinpoints the root cause of sleeping issues and provides extensive treatment options to help patients achieve adequate sleep. 

Testing and Treatment

Sleep Quiz


Patient Questionnaires

Click on the following links to access printable patient questionnaires.

Adult Questionnaire

Pediatric Questionnaire

Sleepiness Scale


Treatment of Common Conditions and Disorders

  • Insomnia, characterized by the inability to fall asleep, often as the result of diet, stress, emotional difficulties, or underlying health problems
  • Sleep apnea occurs when breathing is interrupted during sleep due to mechanical problems in the windpipe
  • Obstructive sleep apnea, resulting in interrupted breathing and loud snoring, and can be caused by narrow nasal passages, large tonsils, alcohol or tobacco use, or weight gain
  • Disrupted sleep / work habits, often caused by shift work or travel
  • Narcolepsy and excessive daytime sleepiness, characterized by suddenly and unexpectedly falling asleep
  • Oxygenation problems
  • Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS), characterized by tingly or prickly sensations that make individuals want to move
  • Periodic Limb Movement Disorders (PLMD), noted for involuntary jerky movements in arms or legs
  • Nightmares and night tremors
  • Walking / talking during sleep

Video Tour of Conemaugh's Sleep Lab