Buxmont Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine, P.C.

(215) 361-4423

By Appointment
Mon - Fri, 8:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.



Healthy sleep is one of the three pillars of a healthy lifestyle, along with nutrition and exercise. As a vital sign of good health and well-being, healthy sleep has a positive impact on nearly every key public health indicator. Healthy sleep reduces the risk of physical and mental health problems, accidents, injuries, disability, and mortality.

Buxmont Sleep Center is the one and only sleep center in the area accredited/certified by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Our highly trained sleep staff is consistently updated to the latest trends and techniques in providing the best possible sleep study experience for our patients.

Services Provided at Buxmont Sleep Center

  • Full Night Diagnostic Sleep Studies
  • Full Night Therapeutic Sleep Studies
  • Daytime Sleep Studies including Multiple Sleep Latency Tests & MWTs
  • Home Sleep Apnea Testing
  • Compliance Treatment Monitoring
  • CPAP Equipment & Supplies
  • Weight Reduction Program
  • Clearance for Weight Reduction Surgery
  • DOT Clearance
Sleep Therapist


Buxmont Sleep Center is the first sleep disorder center in the state of Pennsylvania to provide sleep medicine telemedicine services through "AASM Sleep™" Program launched on Jan. 19, 2016. Get the best possible care from the leading sleep medicine specialists.

A Simple Way to Receive Sleep Care; Sleep Is An Important Pillar of Your Overall Health, and Getting Help For Your Sleep Problem Will Keep You Both Happy and Healthy. Many Patients Battling Sleep Problems Find Themselves Out of Reach Due to Geographical Barriers. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) - the Leading Voice in Sleep - Is Dedicated to Addressing This Issue


Telemedicine is health care without walls. Telemedicine is the electronic communication of medical information in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of patients in order to improve health. Through live web-based video visits and secure electronic messaging, telemedicine enhances patient engagement.

Join hands with Buxmont Sleep Center and The Healthy Sleep Project to Promote the Healthy Patient 2020 sleep health objectives to achieve the following:

AASM (American Academy of Sleep Medicine)

Increase the proportion of persons with symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea who seek medical evaluation. Reduce the rate of vehicular crashes that are due to drowsy driving. Increase the proportion of adults who get sufficient sleep.

Man Yawning While Driving
Sleep Diary
Sleep Diary Chart