Specialists and Care Centers

Insomnia Specialists and Care Centers

If you are suffering from insomnia, Northwestern Medicine is home to sleep medicine specialists* and offers advanced diagnostics and treatment at our sleep health centers, which are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, considered the gold standard in the field of sleep medicine.

Northwestern Medicine is one of the few medical systems in Illinois to offer on-campus facilities dedicated to sleep disorders. We provide:

  • Advanced diagnostic testing
  • Day and night sleep studies
  • Personalized attention from certified sleep medicine specialists
  • Home-like amenities with the technology of a regional medical center to put you at ease
  • Consistently high scores for overall patient satisfaction
  • Option to complete diagnostic studies at your home using ambulatory monitoring technology
  • Fast results shared with your primary care physician for follow-up and treatment

Care team

Our compassionate and caring team includes:

  • Board-certified or board-eligible sleep medicine specialists
  • Registered polysomnographic technologists
  • Respiratory therapists specially trained in adult and pediatric sleep disorders

Designed for your comfort

Our Sleep Health Centers offer private bedrooms, each with a full or queen-sized bed with a private shower and toilet. Each room also contains specialized equipment for your comfort during testing.

We can accommodate handicapped and bariatric patients. At some Northwestern Medicine locations, pediatric patients and their parents will appreciate safety devices such as cribs, beds with rails and foldout beds for you to stay with your child.

Meet the Teams

Northwestern Medicine Sleep Health Centers are staffed by neurology and pulmonary critical care physicians, board-certified or board-eligible sleep medicine specialists, registered technologists, respiratory therapists specially trained in adult and pediatric sleep disorders.

Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital Sleep Disorders Center
The Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital Sleep Disorders Center provides day and night sleep studies for diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, periodic limb movement disorder, nocturnal behaviors (sleep walking, talking and eating in sleep, acting out dreams) disorders and narcolepsy. Patients have the option of completing diagnostic studies at home using ambulatory monitoring technology.

Please call 847.535.8000 to schedule an appointment at our Grayslake location.

The Sleep Disorders Center also sees patients at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in downtown Chicago.

Services and Care at Northwestern Medicine Kishwaukee and Valley West Sleep Disorder Centers

The Northwestern Medicine Kishwaukee Hospital Sleep Disorder Centers conduct sleep studies to diagnose a variety of disorders in adults. The Sleep Disorder Center in DeKalb, which is an Accredited Member Center of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, also treats children age 3 and older.

Sleep studies are performed overnight using advanced computerized equipment to monitor the brain as it transitions through the stages of sleep and measure the functions of the lungs, heart, and other parts of the body.

The Northwestern Medicine Kishwaukee Hospital Sleep Disorder Centers in DeKalb and Sandwich are trusted medical facilities known for their compassionate and excellent care. Benefits of receiving sleep studies in DeKalb and Sandwich include:

  • Highly trained polysomnographers: Each with more than 10 years of experience
  • Smooth and convenient process: For physicians who are scheduling patients and receiving reports
  • Home-like setting in private rooms: Patients sleep in a regular bed and are free to bring items from home to make bedtime comfortable
Legal Information

*In the spirit of keeping you well-informed, some of the physician(s) and/or individual(s) identified are neither agents nor employees of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare or any of its affiliates. They have selected our facilities as places where they want to treat and care for their private patients.