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Have trouble sleeping? You aren’t alone. Approximately 33 percent of the general population has sleep disorders. Insomnia is the most prevalent, followed by sleep apnea. Because many sleeping disorders are treatable, maybe it’s time to talk with your physician and the experts at MultiCare's Sleep Medicine Centers.
MultiCare Auburn Sleep Medicine Center
121 N. Division
Suite 300
Auburn, WA 98001
253-804-2809

For more information, please call 253-804-2809.

Puyallup Sleep Center
GS Sleep Center
402 15th Ave. S.E.
Puyallup, WA 98372
253-697-5250

Our center is a specialty service emphasizing the diagnosis and treatment needs of patients who have disrupted or diminished sleep. We offer a specialized adolescent service featuring larger rooms with parent or care giver overnight accommodations.

Staffed by experienced physicians and technologists, we conduct a variety of sleep studies, including two of the most popular:

Polysomnography
A test to measure and record changes and patterns that occur while you are asleep. The monitoring will include brain-wave activity; snoring; heart rate; breathing pattern; and muscle, eye, and leg movements. It is a study that does not hurt because nothing is placed into your body.

MSLT (multiple sleep latency testing)
The standard test used to quantify the overall daytime sleep tendency by measuring the speed of falling asleep (sleep latency) usually in five tests carried out at two-hour intervals throughout the day. This test also helps in the diagnosis of narcolepsy. Patients receive a diagnostic sleep study during the night and stay over through the next day to receive the MSLT.

Our sleep studies occur in the Sleep Medicine Center located in Good Samaritan Hospital’s main campus, adjacent to the Children’s Therapy Clinic. You’ll sleep in a room with all the comforts of home: a queen-sized bed, a private bathroom/shower, TV, recliner and a lounge with stocked kitchenette just down the hall.

For more information please call 253-697-5250.
South Hill Sleep Center
16515 Meridian E.
Suite 110B
Puyallup, WA 98375
253-697-3050

Staffed by experienced physicians and technologists, we conduct a variety of sleep studies, including two of the most popular:

Polysomnography
A test to measure and record changes and patterns that occur while you are asleep. The monitoring will include brain-wave activity; snoring; heart rate; breathing pattern; and muscle, eye, and leg movements. It is a study that does not hurt because nothing is placed into your body.

MSLT (multiple sleep latency testing)
The standard test used to quantify the overall daytime sleep tendency by measuring the speed of falling asleep (sleep latency) usually in five tests carried out at two-hour intervals throughout the day. This test also helps in the diagnosis of narcolepsy. Patients receive a diagnostic sleep study during the night and stay over through the next day to receive the MSLT.

You’ll sleep in a room with all the comforts of home: a queen-sized bed, a private bathroom/shower, TV, recliner and a lounge with stocked kitchenette just down the hall.

For more information, please call 253-697-3050.

Tacoma Sleep Center

at Tacoma General Hospital
315 Martin Luther King Jr Way
Tacoma, WA 98405
253-403-4554

Our Center Includes:

  • Ten beds including two dedicated pediatric rooms with twin beds for the child and a parent
  • Digital monitoring and controls
  • Fully-adjustable Select Comfort® beds
  • Individual climate control in each room

For more information about the Tacoma Sleep Center, please contact us at 253-403-4554.

The MultiCare Sleep Disorders Center-Tacoma has received full accreditation from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

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