• The state-of-the-art University of Maryland Sleep Disorders Center conducts overnight and daytime sleep studies to help diagnose a wide range of sleep disorders, from insomnia and sleep apnea to snoring, narcolepsy, night terrors and sleepwalking.

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University of Maryland Sleep Disorders Center

The state-of-the-art Sleep Disorders Center at University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus is designed to conduct overnight and daytime sleep studies. Among the common sleep disorders treated at the center are sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, nocturnal behavioral problems and insomnia. The University of Maryland Children's Hospital has a pediatric sleep laboratory for the diagnosis of sleep disorders in children.

One of our sleep specialists consults with each patient to determine the nature of the underlying disorders and what additional testing, such as a sleep study, is indicated. Then, depending on the results of the studies, other specialists are brought in as needed to develop a personalized treatment plan.

View a list of our Sleep Disorders Center Physicians and Staff.


Baltimore City
UMMC Midtown Campus
827 Linden Avenue, 7th floor
Baltimore, MD 21201

Howard County
University of Maryland Faculty Physicians, Inc.
5890 Waterloo Road
Columbia, MD 21045

Please note: sleep studies are only done at UMMC Midtown Campus, or in-home if applicable.

Do You Have a Sleep Problem?

The Epworth Sleepiness Scale is a tool that helps doctors figure out if you're not getting enough sleep. Your score can help your doctor figure out if you might have a sleep problem.

Sleep Apnea

One of the most common sleep problems we treat is called obstructive sleep apnea. According to statistics, nearly 12 million Americans are affected by the condition. How do you know if you have sleep apnea?

New Recommendations Link Better Sleep to Improved Concussion Outcomes

Expert Panel Targets Sleep Disturbances in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Read the full news release here.

To arrange for a sleep consultation, call 410-706-4771 for adult patients or 410-706-3285 for children.