Asante Sleep Center
Awaken to a better life
At Asante Sleep Center, our goal is to bring the natural rhythm of sleep and wakefulness back in balance, giving you the energy to live your life to the fullest.
Sevices available during COVID-19
The Asante Sleep Centers are open for diagnostic testing using our Home Sleep Apnea Test devices during the COVID-19 crisis. Physical distancing will be maintained by using drive through pick up and drop off of testing equipment. In addition, patients will receive video instruction for hook up and phone support will be available until 11 p.m. by a registered sleep technologist.
Because we are not yet able to resume in-laboratory determination of optimal mask and Continuous Positive Airway Pressure device settings, patients diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea will likely be treated with CPAP in an auto-titrating mode also referred to as Automatic Positive Airway Pressure.
Local durable medical equipment providers can provide APAP to patients with a prescription from their provider. As a rule, it is best to start APAP treatment with a nasal mask rather than a full-face mask to minimize the required level of CPAP and to minimize leak.
The HSAT programs at Asante are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Please contact your provider if you would like to be scheduled for a Home Sleep Apnea Test.
How to get care
Your primary care doctor can refer you to Asante Physician Partners Pulmonary Consultants & Sleep Specialists for an evaluation and treatment. Their highly qualified staff will evaluate what is best for your needs and direct your care throughout the process. For more information, call us at in Medford at (541) 789-4320 or Grants Pass at (541) 472-7533.
Asante's Sleep Centers are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and both our locations are the only hospital-based sleep centers in southern Oregon.
Your medical team includes doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, polysomnographic technologists and clinical sleep educators specializing in sleep disorders.
American Academy of Sleep Medicine (since 1988); Det Norske Veritas (DNV).
Oregon Institute of Technology; Linn Benton Community College.