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SleepQuest to Open San Francisco Office
Date:7/1/2008

SAN FRANCISCO, July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Finding relief from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) just got easier with the opening of SleepQuest's newest location in San Francisco. "We are excited to be opening a new office," said Robert Koenigsberg, President/CEO of SleepQuest, Inc. "We are well known throughout the Bay Area and many doctors and medical groups have requested that we set up an office there."

SleepQuest works closely with physicians and insurance groups around the Bay Area. For more than 10 years, SleepQuest has helped thousands of patients get a restful night's sleep. "We are the preferred provider for many insurance plans in the Bay Area and have a very strong working relationship with both primary care doctors and specialists such as ENTs and Pulmonologists," Koenigsberg said. "We work closely with physicians, sleep labs and managed care groups who direct patient care with HMO plans."

Looking to better serve a diverse population, SleepQuest translates many of its forms and literature into Spanish and Chinese. To further bridge the language barrier in San Francisco, SleepQuest welcomes Justina Yu as the San Francisco Field Office Supervisor. "Bilingual services benefit all patients, and my ability to communicate with Chinese speaking patients and family members should give them a better understanding and higher comfort level for the testing and treatment process," Yu said.

Although OSA is mostly a middle-age condition, it can also affect small children. "We have a commitment to helping patients of all ages and by opening this office we can greatly increase the number of services we provide by being closer to our patients who live in San Francisco," Koenigsberg said.

SleepQuest's services require a doctor's prescription. SleepQuest will then work with the patient to verify insurance eligibility before conducting testing or beginning treatment. "Doctors choose to work with us because we are successful in obtaining CPAP compli
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