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Sleep Clinic

Accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM)

Construction traffic reroutes to Clinics on South Campus

Thank you for your patience as we work to build the future of healthcare for Union County. During construction, access to our services on campus have changed. Please click on the thumbnail to see the full reroute map.

If you have any questions or concerns about finding your way to an appointment, please call the clinic directly at the number below.

Sleep Disorder Services/In-Lab Studies

  • Polysomnography-diagnostic
  • Split night sleep study (PSG with PAP Titration, if indicated)
  • PAP/Bi-Level/ASV titration studies
  • Multiple sleep latency testing (MSLT) and maintenance of wakefulness testing (MWT)
  • Home sleep testing
  • Sleep disorder consultations and follow-up by a board-certified sleep specialist


Christine J. Quinto, MD

Our Sleep Medicine Specialist is highly trained and dedicated—devoted to the diagnosis, treatment and education of those affected by sleep disorders. All aspects of patient care are conducted in accordance with established best practice guidelines and the standards set forth by the AASM.

Contact Us

To reach Dr. Quinto directly: To make an appointment with Dr. Quinto, please call 541.963.1919. This includes sleep medicine consults or evaluations. Dr. Quinto sees patients out of the Neurology Clinic, which is located at 700 Sunset Drive, Suite A, in the rear suite on the right-hand side of the building. The suites are to the left of the Regional Medical Plaza. Please note that self-referrals are not accepted at this time, so if you feel you could benefit from Sleep Clinic services, please contact your Primary Care Provider.

To reach the sleep lab scheduler: Please call our information/scheduling assistant at 541.963.1501, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to schedule a sleep study. If your call is not answered, please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Did you know?

Untreated obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may increase the risks of high blood pressure, irregular heart rhythms or heart disease, stroke, and more.