The Center for Sleep Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center is a state-of-the-art facility accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine to provide comprehensive and multidisciplinary care for patients with sleep disorders in order to improve their sleep health.
The Center for Sleep Medicine accommodates patients for outpatient visits and comprehensive sleep assessments, including overnight studies, promptly and at their convenience.
The Center offers the latest technological advances in diagnostic treatment and interventions as well as its physicians' expertise in a peaceful, relaxing environment. The testing rooms are tastefully decorated private rooms, each equipped with a high-definition TV/DVD, wireless technology, and a private bathroom.
Weill Cornell Medicine's specialists are world-renowned experts who are included in lists of top doctors (such as "America's Top Doctors" by Castle Connolly) and who excel in patient care, education, and research in the field of sleep medicine. The team is actively involved in publishing in academic journals, and are often sought after to comment on sleep issues in the top media venues.
In addition to our specialized focus, the Sleep Center is part of the Weill Cornell Medicine Neurology Department, which is ranked as one of the top three programs of its kind nationwide, in partnership with NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the top hospital systems in New York City and the U.S. for 18 years running.
The specialists at the Center for Sleep Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital are committed to educational activities in the Weill Cornell Medical College, providing lectures and training to Medical Students, Medical Residents and Subspecialty Fellows. They are also actively engaged in patient advocacy and outreach, as well as media efforts to increase the awareness of sleep disorders in the population. Learn more about the Department of Neurology's education programs.
The Sleep Medicine Faculty at Weill Cornell Medicine coordinates and collaborates in research studies supported by the National Institutes of Health, other grant-giving institutions, and private funders. The Center's scientists are in the forefront of research and discovery, having won numerous awards in technology development for cutting-edge diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to advance the field of sleep medicine. See our current clinical trials.