Book an Appointment
Please phone any of our locations to book an appointment. Please have your health information ready.
Questions or Concerns?
If you have any questions, please read our FAQ below. Please call your local clinic or e-mail us for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Get an Appointment
If you are a patient who wants to be seen at MedSleep, you need to talk to your doctor about initiating the referral process.
You can print a referral form and take this to your family doctor who needs to fill it out and fax it to us. Alternatively, you can call us and we can email or fax you a referral form.
Once we receive the referral form, our staff will contact you directly to book an appointment. Your doctor will determine whether or not you require a consultation or sleep study or perhaps both.
Download a Referral Form
Download and print a referral form for the clinic you wish to visit.
What Happens During a Sleep Study?
During a full sleep study, the staff will monitor your brain wave activity, leg muscle activity, chin muscle tone, eye muscle movement, heart function, breathing patterns, and blood oxygen saturation.
All monitoring is done by attaching small metal discs called electrodes onto the surface of your skin.
How to Prepare for an Overnight Study
There is no special preparation needed. For example, you should eat your usual evening meal before coming for the test. Be sure you have the phone number of the sleep lab so you can call us if you have any questions.
It is important to maintain your typical sleep schedule in the preceding 7 days (i.e., sleeping in late on the day of the study will interfere with the results). You should also continue to take your regular medications as prescribed by your doctor.