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JCMC Sleep Center

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310 N. State of Franklin Rd.
Suite 301A
Johnson City, TN 37604
(423) 431-2983
36.305347
-82.384427

 
A department of Johnson City Medical Center

Welcome to MSMG Sleep Diagnostics in Johnson City

Sleep services we provide

Our sleep diagnostic teams can provide sleep services such as:

  • Home sleep testing (HST)
  • Sleep disorder consultations with board-certified sleep physicians and supervised sleep clinicians
  • CPAP management and follow-up
  • In-lab sleep diagnostic testing for sleep apnea, undetermined excessive daytime sleepiness, restless leg syndrome and insomnia

The effects of sleepiness and fatigue

  • Impaired reaction time, judgment and vision
  • Problems with information processing and short-term memory
  • Decreased performance, vigilance and motivation
  • Increased moodiness and aggressive behaviors
  • Increased “microsleeps” (brief two- to three-second sleep episodes)

Effects of sleepiness at work

  • Concentration – 68%
  • Handling stress – 65%
  • Relating to others – 38%
  • Solving problems – 57%
  • Listening – 57%
  • Decision-making – 56%

Work issues due to sleepiness

  • Late to work – 14%
  • Stay home from work – 4%
  • Fall asleep at work – 7%
  • Make errors – 19%
  • Accidents and injuries – 2%

Source: NSF 2000 Sleep In America Poll

 

What's New

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Audition dates, times set for 2019’s Broadway Comes to Greeneville

Beginning Monday, Jan. 14, auditions will take place across the region for the 2019 Broadway Comes to Greeneville event, which benefits Niswonger Children’s Hospital. Now in its eighth year, the show gives talented children from across the region the opportunity to perform alongside Broadway stars. ... read more about Audition dates, times set for 2019’s Broadway Comes to Greeneville.

Monday, January 7, 2019

Ballad Health and International Storytelling Center partner to integrate storytelling into new Unicoi County Hospital

Ballad Health and the International Storytelling Center have announced a new partnership designed to embed storytelling into the culture of the new Unicoi County Hospital in Erwin. The innovative partnership represents a first-of-its-kind collaboration between an arts organization and a health system. ... read more about Ballad Health and International Storytelling Center partner to integrate storytelling into new Unicoi County Hospital.

Friday, December 14, 2018

Toy donations needed at Niswonger Children’s Hospital

This Christmas, Niswonger Children’s Hospital is giving everyone the chance to play Santa – and the effects will be felt throughout the year. ... read more about Toy donations needed at Niswonger Children’s Hospital.

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What's New

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Audition dates, times set for 2019’s Broadway Comes to Greeneville

Beginning Monday, Jan. 14, auditions will take place across the region for the 2019 Broadway Comes to Greeneville event, which benefits Niswonger Children’s Hospital. Now in its eighth year, the show gives talented children from across the region the opportunity to perform alongside Broadway stars. ... read more about Audition dates, times set for 2019’s Broadway Comes to Greeneville.

Monday, January 7, 2019

Ballad Health and International Storytelling Center partner to integrate storytelling into new Unicoi County Hospital

Ballad Health and the International Storytelling Center have announced a new partnership designed to embed storytelling into the culture of the new Unicoi County Hospital in Erwin. The innovative partnership represents a first-of-its-kind collaboration between an arts organization and a health system. ... read more about Ballad Health and International Storytelling Center partner to integrate storytelling into new Unicoi County Hospital.

Friday, December 14, 2018

Toy donations needed at Niswonger Children’s Hospital

This Christmas, Niswonger Children’s Hospital is giving everyone the chance to play Santa – and the effects will be felt throughout the year. ... read more about Toy donations needed at Niswonger Children’s Hospital.