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Sleep Medicine Specialists

Telehealth Visits | Home Sleep Testing

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How You Sleep Is …

How You Live

Our team knows that better rest leads to better energy and well-being, while poor sleep impacts every aspect of life. Our goal is to provide our patients with a chance for real change, through improved energy, sleep, and quality of life.

With over 70 collective years of experience in treating sleep problems, our providers and staff have helped thousands of people in the Pacific Northwest sleep better. We have won multiple top doctor awards for clinical excellence.

Coming to your home or office by telehealth, we evaluate and treat the entire spectrum of sleep disorders, including insomnia, excessive sleepiness, circadian rhythm disorders, shift work problems, restless legs and other movement disorders, snoring and sleep apnea, and many more.

Our at-home sleep testing has been accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) for eighteen consecutive years and fulfills the high standards required by the AASM. We utilize the latest technology and treatment approaches, including home sleep testing, to provide cost-effective, comprehensive diagnosis and care.

Every patient receives a custom treatment plan designed specifically for their individual needs. The providers at Sound Sleep Health help patients embark on the path to the deeper, quieter, more refreshing sleep they deserve. Call, text, or schedule a consultation online.

What To Expect

Our Process

Week 1

Build your sleep profile

  1. Answer questions about your sleep and general health
  2. Fill out a sleep diary
Week 2

Telehealth visit with one of our sleep specialists

Weeks 3 and 4


  1. Our sleep testing is usually done at home
  2. If necessary, we may request a more detailed follow-up sleep test in our modern, state-of-the-art facility
  3. Occasionally we may request additional blood or saliva testing
Week 4

Telehealth visit with the sleep specialist to review testing results and develop treatment plan

Weeks 5 - 12

Ongoing telehealth visits with our clinical staff to ensure successful therapy


Follow-up testing as needed to optimize care.

What our patients think


Each annual appointment is handled in a friendly, professional manner by all of the staff.

Gary A.

Very caring doctor. Explains thing well.

Laura F.

As a result of an initial consultation I purchased a new ResMed CPAP to replace my 20 year old unit. After Sound Sleep Health’s technician calibrated it for my specific needs it is wonderfully more quiet and efficient than my previous CPAP.


Great. A lot of information and glad to see her

Terri D.

Sound Sleep Health accepts and is an in-network provider on most major insurance plans.

Please note that provider plan participation is subject to change and patients should verify coverage with their insurance plans prior to initial visits to inquire whether referrals are necessary and to see how they will reimburse for services.

The following list is a partial list of the insurance plans that we are contracted with. Please call our office if you do not see yours listed or have any other questions.

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Further Reading

News & Updates

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