To schedule an appointment with us call @ 580-821-5565
Or Fax us @ 580-821-5574
If you have an appointment go to the Emergency Department to be admitted

This special center has both board-certified sleep physicians and registered sleep technologists who can diagnose and treat sleep-related problems and disorders that may indicate such serious health problems as heart problems, high blood pressure, depression and diabetes.

If you can answer “yes” to many of the following questions, you may have a sleep disorder:


  • I’ve been told that I snore.
  • I’ve been told that I stop breathing when I sleep
  • I feel sleepy during the day, even though I sleep through the night
  • I have high blood pressure
  • I’ve been told that I am a restless sleeper
  • I sweat excessively during the night
  • I frequently awaken with headaches
  • I am overweight and/or am gaining weight
  • I seem to be losing my sex drive
  • I have real difficulty falling asleep
  • Thoughts race through my mind
  • I wake up during the night and can’t go back to sleep
  • I wake up earlier in the morning than I would like to and can’t go back to sleep
  • I’ll like awake for half an hour or more before I fall asleep


  • I had trouble concentrating when I was in school
  • When I’m angry, or surprised, or laugh, I feel like I am going limp
  • I have fallen asleep while driving
  • I feel like I go around in a daze
  • I experience vivid dreamlike scenes upon falling asleep or awakening
  • I have fallen asleep while laughing or crying
  • I have trouble at work because of sleepiness
  • I have vivid nightmares soon after falling asleep
  • Sometimes, no matter how hard I try to stay awake, I fall asleep anyway.
  • I feel like I have to cram a full day into every hour to get anything done
  • Sometimes I feel unable to move when I’m waking up or falling asleep


  • I experience muscle tension in my legs even when I am otherwise relaxes
  • I have noticed, or others have commented, that parts of my body jerk
  • I have been told that I kick at night
  • I experience aching or “crawling” sensations in my legs
  • I experience leg pain at night
  • Sometimes I can’t keep my legs still at night; I just have to move them
  • Even though I sleep through the night, I feel sleepy during the day


  • I wake up with heartburn
  • I have a chronic cough
  • I have to use antacids almost every week for stomach trouble
  • I am hoarse in the morning
  • I wake up at night coughing and wheezing
  • I have frequent sore throats
  • During the night I suddenly wake up gasping for breath.

If you or your partner are concerned about possible sleep disorder symptoms, or for more information, contact your physician or The Center for Sleep Disorders at GPRMC at 580/225-2511, Ext. 350.