Good Night Sleep Center

Del Rio, Texas




1125 South Main Street  Del Rio, TX 78840

We are  located  in  Del Rio, Texas



Good Night Sleep Center is a sleep testing and diagnostic sleep center. Our sleep lab is located in Del Rio, Texas. Sleep testing and sleep diagnostics are first. Sleep treatment can start today and you wGood Night Sleep Center Del Rio, Texas. 1125 South Main Street. Contact us at Good Night Sleep Center in Del Rio, TX today.





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(210)547-9548 2nd fax



Please complete the Berlin Questionnaire by clicking here.

 This will help the physician get vital answers concerning "quality" of your sleep.



Good Night Sleep Center Del Rio, Texas is JCAHO accredited


Good Night Sleep Center

has earned

The Joint Commissionís

Gold Seal of Approval.



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Welcome to Good Night Sleep Center

Good Night Sleep Center is a sleep testing and diagnostic sleep center. Our sleep lab is located in Del Rio, Texas. Sleep testing and sleep diagnostics are first. Sleep treatment can start today and you will be able to get a good nights sleep. Contact us at Good Night Sleep Center in Del Rio, TX today. Take some basic sleep tests and get more sleep information to determine if you have OSA symptoms.


Sleep is an integral part of healthy human existence. We spend over a third of our lives sleeping. Sleep influences our physical, spiritual, psychological, and social well being. You don't have to live with obstructive sleep apnea anymore. Get the sleep treatment you need. We accept veterans and most all insurance.

Approximately 70 million Americans suffer from a sleep disturbance which may be comprised of a broad range of problems. Many sleep disorders cause an increase in daytime sleepiness and an increase in road traffic accidents. Through clinical research, it has been found that there are more than 80 sleeping disorders.

Good Night Sleep Center helps patients find solutions to both common and debilitating sleep disruptions by providing proper treatment of the disorder. By enhancing your sleeping hours, your waking hours will improve as well!


Good Night Sleep Center has JCAHO accreditation

An independent, not-for-profit organization, The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 20,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organizationís commitment to meeting certain performance standards.


To prepare for its review, a facility like this one made a commitment to improvement, and put teams together to look carefully at what it could do better to ensure safety and quality of care. Next, JCAHO

surveyors were invited to the facility for an intense on-site review. Then this facility received a report

identifying its strengths, and outlining what it could improve. Only a small percentage of outpatient settings have gone through this kind of evaluation. Congratulations on choosing an accredited facility. Whenever and wherever you receive health care, look for the JCAHO gold seal of approval.



Sleep Facts...

When sleep-related disorders and abnormal movements in sleep are suspected, patients are referred to Good Night Sleep Center by their physician for a Polysomnogram study (PSG).

The PSG takes place overnight in a comfortable, home-like setting. Many aspects of sleep are monitored, study results are analyzed and a report is prepared with treatment recommendations.


More sleep facts...



Sleep and Your Health

There is considerable research that proves sleep is important for oneís survival. Most adults need between seven to nine hours of sleep each night. If you're like millions of Americans, you may be suffering from a sleep disorder without being aware of it. Even worse, you may not realize the impact that sleep deprivation plays on ones health.


Sleep Apnea


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OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea) occurs when the upper airway repeatedly collapses during sleep, causing cessation of breathing (apnea) or inadequate breathing (hypopnea) and sleep fragmentation. This condition results in disruption of sleep patterns and causes excessive sleepiness or fatigue during the day.



About Good Night Center



Steadfast commitment to act honestly and ethically in our practices.


Strive to be responsive and professional with our patients and customers.


Conduct ourselves with the highest standards of care and create value for our patients and customers.


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(830)488-6095 fax

(210)547-9548 2nd fax


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