~ COVID19 Updates ~
03/30/2020: COVID19 Updates for High Plains Sleep Disorders Center. Due to the Pandemic events in our country, state and region, we are limiting some daytime activities of our business. We will continue to see patients as they are scheduled, by appointment only, until further notice. Our staff will continue to be working in the facility during our normal business hours, but the facility will be closed to patient traffic into the building except to scheduled appointments. Once you arrive for your scheduled appointment please call us at 575-763-4725 and return to your vehicle -- we will answer your call, and your questions and if needed one of our staff members will grant you entry into the facility and/or come to your vehicle and speak to you about your needs, if indicated. We appreciate your cooperation and attention to these temporary guidelines, and look forward to returning to normal operations.
Important Links to the New Mexico Department of Health for COVID19 information:
NM Dept of Health Home Page for COVID19 https://cv.nmhealth.org/
Stay At Home Isolation Guidance for COVID19 https://cv.nmhealth.org/2020/03/23/state-enacts-further-restrictions-to-stop-spread-including-stay-at-home-instruction/
NM DOH COVID19 Self Screening Tool https://cv.nmhealth.org/should-i-get-tested/
DO YOU KNOW?
Forty million Americans suffer from chronic disorders that may make it difficult to fall asleep or maintain sleep. Many of these people suffer needlessly, simply because they are unaware that a problem exists.
Some sleep disorders increase the risk for hypertension, stroke, heart attack, injury, troublesome sleepiness, sexual dysfunction, and The National Commission on Sleep Disorders estimates that 38,000 cardiovascular deaths due to sleep apnea occur annually.
DO YOU KNOW?
That you may be one of these 40 million americans.
At High Plains Sleep Disorders Center we have the professional staff and state of the art equipment to help you get a good nights sleep and improve your health.
Call us today -we can help you determine the severity of your problem and guide you toward proper medical care.
Don't let the lack of sleep rob you of the health you deserve.
Accredited by The Joint Commission
Ambulatory Care Program & Home Care Program