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SleepMed of South Carolina

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Toll-Free: (866) 726-5031
Local: (803) 779-5454
Fax: (800) 477-3874


Welcome to SleepMed of South Carolina


Our physicians diagnose and treat a variety of sleep-related problems, including: 

  • Insomnia
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Narcolepsy
  • Periodic Limb Movements of Sleep (PLMS)
  • Nightmares/Sleepwalking
  • Childhood Sleep Disorders
 Diagnostic testing performed at our centers includes, but is not limited to:
  • Polysomnogram (PSG)
  • Split-Night PSG
  • CPAP Titration
  • Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT)

SleepMed inc. offers a full range of facilities and services including:

  • Multiple clinical facilities that we own and operate
  • Multiple hospital-based facilities that we manage and operate
  • Support services to hospital-based, hospital-operated facilities
  • Educational curricula for both physicians and technologists.


Shaq Attacks Sleep Apnea:

NBA star Shaquille O'Neal may be the new face of sleep apnea. In partnership with Harvard Medical School's Division of Sleep Medicine, The Boston Celtic is being treated for moderate Sleep Apnea. At the insistence of his partner, the 350 lb. O'Neal recently underwent a sleep study and was given a CPAP device to treat his condition.

Watch Shaq Attack his Sleep Apnea: https://www.sleepmedsite.com/page/sc/sc_video


For over 20 years SleepMed has been the only practice in South Carolina devoted entirely to the diagnosis and treatment of all types of sleep disorders.

Based in Columbia, SC, SleepMed inc. is the nation's largest provider of sleep and EEG diagnostic services and a major provider of therapy devices for patients all over the United States.  Each of our centers is supported by highly-qualified Sleep Technologists who have an extensive experience in performing various sleep tests. Our centers use state-of-the-art technology, allowing us to monitor brain waves, breathing patterns, muscle activities, heart rate, eye movements, snoring activity, and blood oxygen level during sleep to ensure an accurate diagnosis.

More than 70 million people in the U.S. including children currently suffer from sleep disorders, including difficulty falling asleep, frequent nighttime awakenings, and daytime fatigue and sleepiness.


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