Sleep Apnea

Trinity Health offers employers specialized screening and testing services to determine if an employee may or may not have sleep apnea.

Undiagnosed sleep apnea may cause excessive daytime sleepiness and trouble concentrating at work, potentially leading to serious health problems over time. A large number of patients with sleep apnea are undiagnosed and untreated. Trinity Health Occupational Medicine can help avoid productivity loss resulting from lack of sleep.

Having access to sleep apnea screening and testing can also reduce employer's liability expenses from automotive accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that at least 100,000 police-reported crashes each year are the direct result of driver fatigue. (NSF 2002 Sleep in America poll)

Sleep apnea testing can be conducted at our Minot clinic.

Risk Factors for Sleep Apnea

  • Obesity
  • Neck size > 17 inches
  • Loud Snoring
  • Being Male
  • Hypertension
  • Family History
  • Narrow Airway

Raise Awareness

  • By educating employees about the risks of untreated sleep apnea
  • Provide Screening
  • Identify employees at risk for sleep apnea
  • Provide Assessment
  • Attended sleep studies
  • Unattended home sleep studies
  • Maintenance of wakefulness testing
  • Track Adherence
  • Provide tools and support to enhance treatment compliance and documentation

Choosing Trinity Health sleep apnea screening for your employees you may...

  • Decrease Healthcare Costs
  • Decrease serious health risks
  • Improve quality of life
  • Reduce Accidents
  • Reduce liability
  • Improve employee retention
  • Improve Productivity