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Sleep HealthCenters Launches SleepPartners(TM) Network
Date:11/18/2009

BRIGHTON, Mass., Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Sleep HealthCenters, a leading provider of sleep medicine services in the US, is proud to announce the formation of SleepPartners (www.sleeppartners.com) - a nationwide network of exceptional accredited sleep centers with board-certified sleep specialists and a focus on superior sleep disorder care.

The expertise of these sleep programs combined with their geographic reach extends high quality sleep medicine services throughout the country under one network. Each SleepPartners member shares a common vision of the value of sleep as it relates to overall health and wellness. Beyond local sleep medicine centers, the network offers services on a national basis, such as corporate wellness and payer disease management programs.

A recent example is the latest recommendation of the National Transportation Safety Board that all transportation providers test their employees for sleep apnea. The SleepPartners network is in an optimal position to design and implement customized sleep testing programs for these national organizations.

"Corporate Wellness Programs educate employees on the importance of sleep, screen employees for sleep disorders, diagnose those screened as high-risk and then provide treatment options and follow-up care. The SleepPartners network members provide the flexibility and responsiveness critical to offering these services nationally," said Paul Valentine, CEO of Sleep HealthCenters.

Each SleepPartners center reflects a consistent level of quality, evidenced by accreditation through the American Academy of Sleep Medicine or The Joint Commission, board-certified sleep specialists, and the ability to provide a comprehensive sleep medicine program including evaluation, diagnostics, treatment and long-term management for all sleep disorders.

"The SleepPartners network allows our centers to be connected to other sleep centers in the country who share a unified approach to sleep medicine," states Joseph M. Ojile, MD, Medical Director of the Clayton Sleep Institute in St. Louis. "This ensures consistent care and a high level of quality is maintained, whether a patient or employer is in Boston, St. Louis, or Phoenix."

The SleepPartners network currently includes close to 100 centers across the United States and is increasing to offer sleep medicine services in every major region in the United States.

For partnership inquires, contact Rosellen Sullivan, Director of Business Development, at 781-340-3336 ext. 123 or visit http://www.sleeppartners.com.

SOURCE Sleep HealthCenters


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