Emory Decatur Hospital
sleep disorders center in atlanta

Since 1995, Emory Decatur Hospital and Emory Hillandale Hospital’s expert Sleep Disorders Center staff and physicians have helped people diagnose their chronic sleep disorders. Our Sleep Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). Our expert staff in Atlanta can develop the right sleep disorder solution to treat your sleep problem.

People with chronic sleep disorders experience excessive daytime sleepiness, loud snoring, pauses in their breathing while sleeping, legs that move during sleep, or tiredness immediately after waking in the morning. Sleep disorder solutions can range from lifestyle and diet changes, to the use of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), or in severe cases, surgery. The key to successful treatment is to properly diagnose a chronic sleep disorder.

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Excessive Daytime Somnolence



Restless Leg Syndrome

Sleep Apnea

Sleep Walking, Sleep Talking, Sleep Eating


Sleep Disorder Forms

Thank you for allowing our Sleep Center to serve your healthcare needs. This page lists the forms you should bring with you to your appointment.

Seminars and Support Groups

A variety of support groups and educational seminars are offered by Emory Decatur Hospital and Emory Hillandale Hospital’s Sleep Disorders Center. We have teamed up with the American Sleep Apnea Association's A.W.A.K.E. Network and is one of hundreds of mutual-help support groups throughout the country.


Emory Decatur Hospital and Emory Hillandale Hospital are a preferred provider for many insurance plans. Our staff will work with your insurance company to determine coverage and let you know if the testing is covered.

Sleep Center TV Segment

Our Sleep Disorders Center was spotlighted on Focus Atlanta. Watch as the experts from our fully accredited Atlanta, GA, sleep center talk about how they can help diagnose and treat common sleep problems, such as insomnia and sleep apnea.

sleep center patient stories

Irvin Belton

Irvin Belton is one of those drivers. A 2002 surgical procedure did not alleviate his snoring, so when he began driving commercially in 2004, he was still snoring, not sleeping well during the night and waking up tired. “I had headaches all of the time and was tired throughout the day,” he adds. “I had to pull over during the day to rest many more times than required by regulations.”

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