Rose Sleep Disorder Center in Denver

Rose Sleep Disorders Center offers comprehensive sleep testing and treatment at Rose Medical Center. You can rest assured knowing that we are committed to providing the best care to all of those who walk through our doors.

Rose Sleep Disorders Center
First Floor
4567 East 9th Avenue
Denver, CO 80220
Main Phone (303) 320-7471
Fax (303) 320-7470

Why Choose Us


Conveniently located at Rose Medical Center, our centralized location and free valet parking make getting here a breeze. And we have a flexible schedule; studies are available seven nights a week.


All our sleep technologists are registered by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists and are overseen by an American Board of Sleep Medicine board certified physician.


Patients love us! Patients here for overnight sleep studies enjoy comfortable suites with private bathrooms and free breakfast vouchers.


Referring providers will quickly receive clear, detailed results and treatment plan options. Our medical director is available to answer all questions and accommodate patient care referrals.

Sleep Disorders

The most common sleep disorder we assess is sleep apnea or sleep disordered breathing. Other sleep disorders we evaluate include narcolepsy, periodic limb movement syndrome, rapid eye movement behavior disorder, bruxism, hypersomnia disorders, and parasomnia disorders.

Common signs and symptoms of sleep disorders:

  • Loud snoring
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness and difficulty staying awake during the day
  • Gasping or choking during sleep
  • Pauses in breathing during sleep
  • Waking with a sore throat/dry mouth/headache
  • Frequent limb movements during sleep
  • Difficulty concentrating, focusing, remembering, and learning
  • Cardiovascular issues including hypertension and irregular heart rhythms
  • Mood disorders including depression and anxiety
  • Weight gain and difficulty losing excess body fat

Home Sleep Testing

Sleep testing at home is available for patients who meet certain criteria and have a high suspicion of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Home sleep testing is cost effective and convenient. Small, portable, home sleep test monitors record respiratory effort, pulse, oxygen saturation, nasal flow, and snoring. Home sleep testing is not appropriate for patients with certain pre-existing conditions. In these instances, in-lab sleep testing is advised.

In-Lab Sleep Testing

Polysomnogram (PSG)

A PSG is a diagnostic sleep study with brain wave, respiratory effort, pulse, eye movement, and leg movement measures. This standard study allows our medical director to determine whether a sleep disorder can be identified.

CPAP Titration

This study focuses on sleep apnea treatment using continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). Other treatment modalities including Bi-level pressure/BiPAP settings, ASV, and AVAPs may be used.

Split Night

A split night study is a combination of a PSG and CPAP titration study. The first part of the study records a diagnostic baseline. If sleep disorder breathing events are present during the first half of the night, CPAP is initiated for the remainder of the study.

Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT)

MSLTs are used to determine a diagnosis of Narcolepsy. This two-part test consists of an overnight baseline study and a series of 4-5 nap tests the following day.


Our staff are happy to assist with sleep testing insurance prior-authorization for patients. We accept most health insurance, including Medicare and Medicaid. Patients are also welcome to speak with a Rose Medical Center financial counselor.


Referring providers, please contact us for more information and referral forms. We are also happy to provide you with sleep disorder screening information and tools.