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Your Visit

Below is some helpful information that you will need to know prior to your visit at Capital Health’s Center for Sleep Medicine.

How do I get referred to Capital Health’s Center for Sleep Medicine?

Consultations with the Center’s medical staff can be arranged by calling us directly at 609-584-5150 or submitting a request through our online Contact Us form (be sure to select "Center for Sleep Medicine" under the Comment section).

Does my insurance cover a sleep study?

Sleep testing is covered by most insurances including Medicare, but you should always verify coverage with your provider ahead of time.

Testing & consultation hours

Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Monday through Thursday: 7:30 p.m. - 8 a.m.
Consultations are also available evenings and Saturdays by appointment only.

What to bring

To help expedite the registration process, please provide the following information that applies to your service.

  • Identification: This will insure that the spelling of your name, social security number, and date of birth are correct.  Examples of acceptable forms of ID include a valid drivers license, a valid photo ID, and/or a Social Security Card. Please note: an insurance card is not a legal form of ID.
  • Insurance Information: Health insurance cards, and insurance billing address. Please note: when your insurance company requires it, please also bring pre-authorization form, referral form or both.
  • Physician referral: A prescription or an insurance referral form that states the service your physician is requesting. If your insurance requires a referral and you do not obtain the referral, the cost of your services may not be covered by your insurance company.
  • Self-Referral: If your insurance allows, you may refer yourself for an evaluation by our sleep physicians.