Indiana Sleep Center Overview

"Thanks to Kristen and the staff for helping me and also taking great care of me while I was there.I would highly recommend them to everyone with these issues. My wife was so impressed, she's thinking of having the same study on her."

– John H.

The Indiana Sleep Center is a multidisciplinary state of the art facility for the evaluation and treatment of patients with sleeping disorders. The Center incorporates the knowledge of one of the most experienced physician and technologist staffs in the state, with a focus on caring for each individual patient’s sleep health.

Working with the Center for Respiratory and Sleep Medicine (CRSM), the Indiana Sleep Center staffs multiple sleep physicians with certifications through the American Board of Sleep Medicine combining decades of sleep physician experience.

The Indiana Sleep Center is an 8-bed facility caring for adolescents and adults. Patient rooms are furnished with custom cabinetry, queen size sleep number beds, spacious bathrooms, flat panel TVs with cable and high-speed Internet.

The center opened in 1991 with two beds, two technologists and two sleep physicians. Combining their efforts and talents, they conceived what is known today as the Indiana Sleep Center.

The Indiana Sleep Center is committed to delivering quality care with unquestionable moral and ethical standards. Our goal is to care for our patients sleep health in a holistic and comprehensive manner.

The Indiana Sleep Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. This accreditation is the gold standard and holds the Indiana Sleep Center to the highest standards in sleep medicine.

For more information on the American Academy of Sleep Medicine click here.


The Indiana Sleep Center provides state of the art evaluation and treatment of all sleep disorders in a caring environment to improve the quality of life for the community that we serve.

The center also provides educational opportunities for patients, technologists, physicians and the community to increase awareness of sleep disorder; it’s diagnosis and treatment.