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Sleep Medicine

Good mornings begin with a good night’s rest. If you have trouble sleeping, rest assured our experts will find the problem and the most effective treatment. We’ve been leaders in this field since our Sleep Center was the first one accredited in Wisconsin in 1986. You can visit with your provider online, while we also offer you sleep studies in the comfort of your own bed.

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  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Narcolepsy 
  • Parasomnias
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Sleep apnea
  • Snoring


  • Non-invasive, minimally invasive and surgical sleep apnea treatments including Inspire therapy
  • Online renewal of CPAP supplies. It's easy to do in MyChart.
  • Sleep studies at your home or in our facilities  
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Patient education & videos

Our patient education library is a free online resource for patients and families. View educational handouts and videos, recommended by the Sleep Medicine experts at Gundersen. 

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How to connect

You can visit us without a referral from your primary care provider. We offer Sleep Medicine care close to home.

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