Sleep Lab at WCCH
The WCCH Sleep Lab is fully equipped to educate, diagnose and treat sleep disorders. Sleep studies are useful in uncovering hidden health issues such as: Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Narcolepsy, Periodic Limb Movements, Restless Leg Syndrome, REM Behavior Disorder, Sleepwalking and Other Disturbances.
Where are we located?
The sleep lab is located on the 3rd floor at Wythe County Community Hospital. These newly renovated rooms are comfortable and quiet and give you the feeling of home. To schedule a sleep study, contact us at 276.625-8829. Or you can pre-register online at your convenience by choosing a date and time that is good for you. Click Here
How well do you sleep?
Using the rating scale below, rate each of the following statements as it best applies to you:
|Result||What your ESS result indicates|
|Less than 10||You are most likely getting enough sleep
However, if you have noticed a change in your normal sleep routine, you may want to discuss this with your doctor.
|10 - 15||You may be suffering from excessive daytime sleepiness
You should see you, Doctor, to determine the cause of your sleepiness and possible treatment.
Your Doctor may refer you to Wythe County Community Hospital for a sleep study to assist in your diagnosis.
|16+||You are dangerously sleepy
It is imperative that you see your Doctor to determine the cause of your sleepiness and to investigate treatment as soon as possible. Your Doctor can refer you to Wythe County Community Hospital for a sleep study to assist in your diagnosis.
* This scale should not be used to make your own diagnosis. It is intended as a tool to help you identify your own level of daytime sleepiness, which can often be a symptom of many sleep disorders.
If your score is 10 or more, please share this information with your doctor - make sure you describe all your symptoms as clearly as possible to help in your diagnosis and treatment. You may want to print off this questionnaire and take the results to your doctor, or call us at 276-228-0456 and we can talk to you about the best next steps towards a better night's sleep.