The Tucson Medical Center Sleep Center can help patients get to the root of their sleeping problems using advanced equipment and a staff of highly trained sleep technologists. The TMC Sleep Center is located off-site close to the support of TMC, yet away from the bustle of Southern Arizona’s largest hospital.

Patients spend a night in one of our rooms, while a team of sleep techs monitor their nighttime activity with the most current technology available. Our spacious suites offer an appealing homelike setting, which includes sleep therapy sound machines, cable television and wi-fi in every room. A shower is available in the morning.

Daytime testing hours are available by appointment.

TMC accepts a wide variety of health insurance plans. Sleep studies sometimes require pre-authorization, and patients are advised to check insurance coverage to determine if this is necessary. In addition, TMC accepts self-pay patients for sleep-disorder studies.

For patients that feel an in-lab study is not right for them, or if insurance requires different testing, TMC provides home sleep study testing as well.

Please contact the TMC Sleep Center at the number at the bottom of the page to discuss which sleep study is best for you.

About Sleep Disorders

While it is common for people to experience sleep apnea, snoring, nightmares, etc., most do not have any ill effects. These conditions become concerns when they start to interrupt people’s normal sleep pattern and wake them from sleep.

People who suffer from sleep disorders may experience:

  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Depression
  • Reduced attention, concentration & memory
  • More frequent illnesses
  • Workplace mishaps or car accidents from falling asleep on the job or at the wheel  

Common Sleep Disorders

  • Sleep Apnea: Cessation of breathing
  • Narcolepsy: Sudden inappropriate sleepiness.
  • Chronic insomnia: When a person has trouble falling asleep or staying asleep night after night.
  • Parasomnia, or night terrors and nightmares
  • Bruxism, or teeth grinding
  • Periodic Limb Movements, PLM
  • Excessive snoring
  • Nocturnal seizures
  • Sleep walking and talking

The TMC Sleep Center can be reached by calling (520) 324-3318.
For scheduling, please call (520) 324-2075, option 6

The TMC Sleep Center is located at 2100 N. Rosemont Blvd., #110