Carris Health Sleep Center

About This Location

Your Sleep Medicine physician may recommend a sleep study as your first step towards improving your sleep quality. A sleep study involves spending the night at our Sleep Center, where special monitors are used to observe and record your sleep.

You are welcome to watch cable TV. Wi-Fi is available. You will sleep in a private room, much like a motel room. Most people do not have trouble sleeping during the study. Please bring any medications you take at bedtime, during the night, or right away in the morning, including over-the-counter sleep aids and pain medications.

The sleep study will monitor various parameters in your sleep:

  • Eye movements, brain waves and muscle activity
  • Heart rate
  • The level of oxygen in your blood
  • Breathing and snoring
  • Sudden leg or body movements
  • Body position

Sleep studies are available and scheduled seven days a week; you may be required to start the test as early as 9:00 pm or as late as 10:30 pm.

The Sleep Center is located in the Professional Suites Building just north of the Willmar Cub Foods parking lot.

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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

CentraCare and Carris Health care givers have been working around the clock for more than 20 months to care for you, your families and friends during COVID. We are committed to caring for every Minnesotan who needs us, and nothing will prevent us from doing so – even during these never-seen-before times.

The challenge of providing this level of care is that our hospital beds are often full. ERs in all of our hospitals are packed. And our clinical teams are exhausted. Early in the pandemic, our community stepped up in amazing ways to helps us. We ask that you again join us in fighting this pandemic together.

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Together, we can do this. Thank you for your support.

Ken Holmen, MD
President and CEO