MISSION:

In American Sleep Centers, Inc., our staff is dedicated to provide services and to educate not only the health professionals but also the
community in reference to the sleep disorders problems that are affecting the puertorican population, being meticulous and compromised
with each one of our patient and their particular health conditions.  We hardly work to improve our organization, effectiveness and quality,
based in the respect for each one of our clients.


VISION:

That the puertorican community recognize us as the most dependable laboratory in terms of quality, responsibility and compliance in
reference to sleep and epilepsy, relying always in specialized professionals with many years of experience and  knowledge in the matter,
which  guarantees us the competitive advantage  to cover the expectations and fulfill the needs of each one of our patients.
American Sleep and Epilepsy Centers
About Us
Who is American Sleep and Epilepsy Centers?

This site is a new consumer education and sleep testing initiative of American Sleep Centers, Inc., who is dedicated to helping
puertoricans who lives with the problem of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and other sleep disorders -- but who have not been diagnosed so they
can receive the necessary treatment.

American Sleep Centers, Inc. is working with the private insurance industry, the government and public health organizations who are very
concerned about the large numbers of Sleep Apnea patients who are getting sicker each day and are using more and more healthcare
resources. This, of course, is driving up healthcare expenses and the insurance rates for everyone.

By getting people diagnosed earlier, and promptly receiving treatment, not only are people's lives improved, but also healthcare costs can
be held down.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a serious and potentially life-threatening chronic condition that is far more common than generally
understood. As many people have undiagnosed Sleep Apnea as Diabetes or Asthma.

Caused by a weakening, collapse or blockage of the airway, people with OSA suffer from involuntary breathing pauses that occur while
you are sleeping. The result? You never get the important restful sleep you need.

Of greater concern is that Obstructive Sleep Apnea is associated with Higher Accident Rates, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure
(Hypertension), Congestive Heart Failure, Cardiovascular Disease, Erectile Dysfunction, Stroke and even Death.
Our facilities...
In the Northeast Coast of the Island,  in Carolina...
Our facilities...