July 18, 2019
Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus Installs New State of the Art Patient Beds Inside of the Sleep Diagnostic Services
CLARKSTON, WA – July 7, 2019 - Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus has installed new state of the art patient beds inside the Sleep Lab at Tri-State Sleep Diagnostic Services. The clinic is located on the Main Hospital Campus in the Medical Office Building, at 1119 Highland Avenue, Suite 8, in Clarkston, WA.
Tri-State Sleep Diagnostic Services uses sophisticated techniques to monitor your sleep patterns, arousals, brainwaves, airflow, breathing effort, heart activity, oxygen levels, and muscle activity. Tri-State Sleep Diagnostic Services diagnoses and treats a variety of sleep disorders, including obstructive sleep apnea, periodic limb movement disorder, narcolepsy, and chronic insomnia. When a patient is referred to Tri-State Sleep Diagnostic Services, a sleep study is performed in one of the comfortable and private rooms. These rooms are decorated in calm colors, softly lit, complete with a bathroom/shower, large comfortable bed, recliner, and flat-screen television.
“We are often told that our Sleep Lab has a ‘hotel’ like atmosphere, and I would agree with that,” said Joleen Carper, Chief of Clinic Operations at Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus. “We have highly qualified staff, including a Board Certified physician, along with technologists who have received their Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists credentials.”
The recent upgrades to Tri-State Sleep Diagnostic Services include new state of the art patient beds, bedding, and overall accommodations. These new suite upgrades were made possible by the Tri-State Hospital Foundation through generous donations and gifts by countless donors and community members.
“The Tri-State Hospital Foundation was gracious enough to fund this request for the Sleep Lab,” said Donald Wee, Chief Executive Officer at Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus. “This grant will help the Sleep Lab team ensure our patients are comfortable during the overnight stay that’s involved with this procedure. We’re thankful to the Foundation for their assistance.”
To obtain an appointment with the clinic, a person must contact their primary physician about having a sleep study. Patients must be four years of age or older to be seen. For more information, please contact Tri-State Sleep Diagnostic Services at 509.751.0223.
For more information on Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus, please visit www.TriStateHospital.org.