Alabama Sleep Clinic Patient Information

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“Over 70 million Americans suffer from disorders of sleep and wakefulness with 2 million of those being children. An estimated 10 million Americans remain undiagnosed.”

What to Expect

Alabama Sleep Clinic is the largest independently-owned sleep medicine practice in the state, and we are the Tennessee Valley's premier sleep clinic, so you can expect nothing but the best when you visit our offices!

Our physicians are knowledgeable and personable, our services are unique and comprehensive, our staff is friendly and helpful, and our facilities are comfortable and modern.  We strive to provide excellent care to every patient and we focus on our motto: We Don't Rest Until You Do!

How do I make an appointment?

You can schedule an appointment by calling any of our convenient locations in Huntsville (256) 539-2531, Madison (256) 325-9919, or Decatur (256) 584-0056. 

Please Note: For all "No Show" and appointments not cancelled within 24 hours, there will be a $35.00 charge to the patient.

Planning for your first visit

If you have not received a new patient packet by mail, you may print a copy of the forms. Completing this packet prior to your visit will help our clinical staff prepare for your initial evaluation and will save time at your office visit.  You should also remember to bring a copy of your insurance card and a photo ID.  In addition, if you have been previously treated for sleep apnea and currently use a CPAP, please bring your machine and mask.

What happens during your first visit

During your first visit, you'll meet with one of our board-certified doctors to discuss your sleep problems. After gathering information about your medical history and conducting a brief exam, your doctor will spend time discussing your symptoms to gain a better understanding of your condition.  Our physicians are excellent communicators and you'll appreciate their "down to earth" style that will make you feel at ease.

In many cases, after you meet with your doctor, you will need to participate in an overnight sleep study so your doctor can pinpoint the causes of your sleep problems.

What happens next?

After your first visit, your doctor will work closely with you to understand your sleep problem and come up with treatment that will work best for you.

What if I have questions?

General questions can be answered by calling any of our 3 offices listed above and billing/insurance questions can be answered by calling (256) 539-2531 extension 108.

All "No Show" appointments will incur a $50.00 charge to the patient, and appointments not cancelled within 24 hours will incur a $35.00 charge to the patient.