Sleep Health

A good night’s sleep is important to your health and well-being. Sleep is vital to renewing mental and physical health each day.

Nearly one-third of all Americans encounter a sleep-related problem sometime during their lives. While most sleep problems are not life threatening, they can cause morning headaches, high blood pressure, memory loss, depression and excessive sleepiness during the day. Fortunately, sleep disorders can be treated effectively.

The Henry Ford Allegiance Sleep Health Center is fully accredited and committed to accurately evaluating and treating individuals with sleep disorders. The Center also provides community education about the important role sleep plays in our health and safety.

An Experienced Team

Henry Ford Allegiance Health performs more than 2,500 sleep studies each year. Our experienced staff includes board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, technologists, technicians, educators, social workers and medical assistants.

Commitment to Quality

The Henry Ford Allegiance Sleep Center has been accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) since 1992. The AASM accreditation means that Henry Ford Allegiance meets the highest standards of quality patient care in sleep health.

Comprehensive Care

Henry Ford Allegiance is equipped to evaluate and treat the full spectrum of 84 sleep-related disorders. During the course of testing, we monitor brain, heart, breathing and leg movement activity. Our staff works with patients as young as five, as well as adolescents, teens, adults and seniors. Flexible testing hours allow us to accommodate night shift workers during their usual period of sleep. 

Facility & Equipment

The wheelchair-accessible Sleep Health Center offers 10 private patient rooms with comfortable beds, full bathrooms and flat-screen televisions and WIFI.

Sleep Technologist Training Program

Henry Ford Allegiance Health is a leading provider of sleep technology training through our involvement in the Accredited Sleep Technologist Education Program (A-STEP).

Unexplained shortness of breath, panting or the inability to take a deep breath may be warning signs of a heart attack, with or without chest pain. Call 911 if you experience these symptoms.