Our Pediatric Sleep Center Sets the Standard for Child-Friendly Sleep Tests
The sleep specialists at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital set the standard for child-friendly sleep studies and treatment. Our board-certified physicians, all experts in their field, have made University Hospitals one of the leading pediatric referral centers in the country. We treat the most complex cases, including children with sleep disorders who have autism, Down syndrome, craniofacial disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other conditions. Additionally, we do non-invasive ventilation and ventilator assessments for children with special needs and/or tracheostomies.
We Accept Clinician Referrals
UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital is a full-service children’s hospital that is consistently ranked among the top children’s hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report. Our highly trained and experienced sleep specialists are dedicated to providing excellence and innovation in patient care, and we welcome referrals from clinicians. Being treated by a sleep specialist at University Hospitals offers children and teens the most comprehensive, effective and advanced treatment options available for sleep disorders.
Referring a Patient to a Pediatric Sleep Specialist
Doctors at UH Pediatric Sleep Center welcome clinician referrals for consultation and treatment of sleep disorders. To refer at patient, simply call 216-UH4-KIDS (844-630-1743) or download a referral form. Once our sleep specialists evaluate a young patient, we will continue to keep referring physicians posted on the child’s status and progress. After sleep treatment at University Hospitals, the patient is returned to the referring physician.
Additional Resources for Clinicians
Read professional journal articles that address important topics regarding children and sleep disorders, practice guidelines and the importance of a monitored sleep evaluation.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine has designated the Division as an Affiliated Facility Member.