Check in at reception. You may be asked to complete some forms before being taken to the waiting room. Your sleep technician will show you to your private room.
Staff will show you the recreation room, where you are welcome to watch TV, have a hot drink, or eat your dinner (if you have brought it with you). If you prefer, you may wish to spend time in your room with a book or watch DVDs (a small DVD library is available) and you are welcome to bring your own DVDs.
During the evening, a sleep technician will place sensors on your head and body. These sensors will monitor you overnight. After the sensors have been applied, you are still able to move around until bed-time. There may be a short delay in the time between your arrival and the time of your sensor placement.
When it is time for bed, your sleep technician will apply more sensors and perform a series of checks prior to lights out.
In the morning, between 6:00am and 6:30am, the sleep technician will wake you and remove the sensors. You are then able to shower and patients are able to leave the Clinic between 7:00am and 7:30am.
Once you have completed the sleep study the results are extensively analysed and a detailed report is provided to your sleep specialist. Your sleep specialist will discuss the results with you at your next appointment.
Download our Sleep Studies patient information brochure.
Please complete the form below and a member of our team will contact you shortly. Alternatively, call us on 02 9114 0005 / 02 9114 0007 between 8.30am and 4.30pm (outside of these hours, call us on 02 9114 0000). Please ensure you have a referral from your doctor. To download a referral form, click here.
Please note that the Woolcock Clinic is a fee-charging clinic and fees are charged at the doctor’s discretion.