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Comprehensive Sleep Center
Brighton Westfall Park

Part of Strong Memorial Hospital


2337 South Clinton Avenue
Building 4
Rochester, NY 14618

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(585) 341-7595


Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m.−4:30 p.m.


As one of the only comprehensive sleep care centers in the Western New York region, we are here to guide you in the right direction and make the process of seeking treatment for a sleep disorder easier. Western New York's most experienced physicians are ready to help you make an individualized, evidence-based treatment plan to address a wide variety of sleep disorders. With a broad range of UR Medicine experts on our sleep team, you can feel confident that you’re in good hands.

Patient & Visitor Information

The staff at the UR Medicine Sleep Center is interested in addressing patients’ sleep concerns so they can optimize their sleep and function well during the day. Usually, a consultation with one of our providers will take 30 minutes to an hour. Depending on the nature of the concern, future appointments or testing may be necessary.

When a sleep study (polysomnogram) is appropriate, the center has an extensive facility for testing patients’ nighttime and daytime sleep. The private, clean, and comfortable bedrooms and our experienced technicians help to provide a good experience for our patients.

Test Guidelines

  • Please arrive promptly at 7:30 p.m.
  • Your hair should be clean and free of oils, gels, and mousse. Please remember that electrodes will be placed on your scalp using a white paste-like substance that hardens overnight. Therefore keep in mind that we will need to know in advance about any hair weaves, and/or hair pieces which would need to be removed to access the scalp.
  • Proper and comfortable sleep attire is required. Men must wear both a top and a bottom, other than underwear. Women we suggest wearing something that is two-pieced (i.e. T-shirt and shorts or comfortable pants.) Slippers and robe for walking to and from bathrooms may also be helpful.
  • Bring any medication you may need.
  • You may feel more comfortable away from home with your own pillow. Please feel free also to bring in books or magazines for relaxation and to fill free time.
  • We have a shower onsite and towels are provided. Bring any necessary personal toiletries (e.g., soap, shampoo, toothbrush).
  • No smoking is allowed on the premises.
  • Consume no alcoholic beverages or caffeinated beverages after twelve noon on the day of the study.
  • Please remember clothing for the next day and plan to leave the center by 6:45 a.m.

While we try to make you as comfortable as possible, please remember this is a medical facility and there are specific policies we must follow to ensure your safety as a patient.

Driving Directions

From the NYS Thruway

  • Take I-90 to 390 North.
  • Take Exit 16 to East Henrietta Road (Rte 15A).
  • Turn right onto East Henrietta Road.
  • Turn right onto Westfall Road.
  • Turn right onto South Clinton Avenue.
  • Turn right into the Westfall Park Medical Center. The sleep center is the last building on the left.

From Elmwood Avenue

  • Turn South onto South Clinton Avenue.
  • Go straight through the Wesfall Road intersection.
  • Turn right into the first entrance. The sleep center is the last building on the left.

From 590 South

  • Take 590 South to Winton Road exit.
  • Turn right onto Winton Road.
  • Turn left onto Westfall Road.
  • Turn left onto South Clinton Avenue.
  • Turn right at the first entrance. The sleep center is the last building on the left.


Our experienced specialists provide the following outpatient services to adults.

  • Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) Therapies (devices that quietly deliver pressurized air through a small nose/face mask while you sleep)
  • Drug-induced Sleep Endoscopy (DISE) as part of a complete evaluation of obstructive sleep apnea
  • Positional therapy
  • Oral Appliance Therapy for simple snoring and mild OSA
  • Novel device therapeutics for snoring and mild OSA, including eXciteOSA®
  • Inspire® upper airway stimulation surgery for patients who do not experience success with CPAP therapy
  • Other surgical interventions, including: Expansion sphincter pharyngoplasty (ESP), Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP) for sleep apnea, surgical and nonsurgical treatment of nasal obstruction, and other upper airway surgeries as defined by individual anatomy
  • Weight Loss Programs: We partner with nutrition, lifestyle, and surgical weight loss treatment programs
  • Treatment for Insomnia: Behavioral sleep medicine program for treating insomnia with our highly experienced sleep psychologist, specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) and sleep restriction therapy

Appointment Information

Polysomnographic studies can be directly ordered by cardiologists, neurologists, otolaryngologists, physiatrists, pulmonologists and rheumatologists. Please contact the office for an order form. Chart notes are also required.