Sleep Services

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Integrated Sleep Health is located on Level 57 of the MLC tower at Martin Place in the Sydney CBD and Level 22, Westfield Tower 2 Bondi Junction. It provides an easy accessible, relaxed environment for patient care. The clinic is unique in that it is set in a location away from a typical busy hospital medical facility, providing appropriate privacy and discretion for our patients.  Patients referred by another doctor and eligible for Medicare benefits will be able to claim part of their fee back from Medicare. Consultation costs vary with time and therefore it is advisable to contact the Integrated Sleep Health admin team for exact costs. We also see non-referred or international patients if requested.

Integrated Sleep Health clinics collaborate closely with research activities at the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research - Professor Grunstein is the Head of Sleep and Circadian Research and other members of the Integrated Sleep Health Team are key researchers there. The Institute provides the largest sleep assessment facility in Australasia with 14 dedicated single bedrooms equipped with state of the art diagnostic technology for the assessment of sleep disorders. Facilities also include the assessment of CPAP therapy and physiological measurements of excessive sleepiness by daytime sleep tests called the Multiple Sleep Latency Test and the Maintenance of Wakefulness Test. A facility fee cost applies for those attending for overnight sleep testing and daytime tests . Facility fee costs are waived for health care card holders. The fee includes secure underground parking and Wi-Fi. More information will be provided during your consultation. The Woolcock Clinic also provides dental and Ear Nose and Throat assessment of patients which may be recommended during your consultation. The Woolcock Clinic also activity participates in nationally supported clinical trials and the Integrated Sleep Health clinic encourages those that are interested in supporting research to participate in clinical trials, to better understand sleep disorders and improve the health and well being of all sleep disorder sufferers. Further information can be obtained during your consultation.