Sleep Services

Community Hospital Sleep Center is conveniently located at 1301 East H Street inside Community Hospital. For more informaton on Community Hospital's Sleep Services, call the Respiratory Care Department at 308-344-8387. The Community Hospital sleep studies lab is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC).

Not getting the rest you need? Community Hospital's Sleep Center can help you achieve adequate and healthful sleep. A sleep technician gathers data that is later analyzed by a board certified sleep medicine physician who can recommend the proper treatment for you.

Two beautiful home-like sleeping suites with handicapped accessible private baths with showers are equipped with comfortable pillow-top mattresses, beautiful headboards, decorative wallpaper, side chairs, artwork and plump bath towels.

The comfortable and private rooms offer the patient the advantage of a quiet sleep study away from outside distractions. Hotel-type amenities include a breakfast coupon for the hospital caferteria. Bottled water and coffee are also provided.

The sleep services facility includes a sleep technician room complete with computerized and specialized testing equipment which monitors a patient’s sleep and records key sleep characteristics. Once the sleep study data is collected and recorded, a pulmonologist board certified in sleep medicine must interpret the results. Two visiting pulmonologists who see patients in McCook include Kalpesh Ganatra, M.D. and David Cantral, M.D.

Dr. Ganatra sees patients via telehealth the first Friday of each month. Appointments may be made by calling his Hastings Clinic, Hastings Pulmonary & Sleep Clinic at 402-460-5787.

Dr. Cantral from Platte Valley Medical Group in Kearney, sees patients at the Community Hospital Medical Specialists Center on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Call the Central Scheduling office at 308-344-8285 to make an appointment.

Community Hospital’s sleep laboratory provides a full range of sleep studies to diagnose any type of sleep disorder in adults, such as:

  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Insomnia
  • Snoring
  • Narcolepsy
  • Restless leg syndrome

If you think you or a loved one is suffering from a sleep disorder, seek a referral from your personal physician or one of the pulmonologists listed above.

Sleep FAQs

The Epworth Sleepiness Scale