A new center at Lovelace Westside Hospital in Albuquerque, NM, has opened to treat sleep disorders, reports the Albuquerque Journal.

A new center at Lovelace Westside Hospital has opened to help sleep-challenged patients get more shut eye.

The Lovelace Sleep Center is designed to meet a growing demand from New Mexicans suffering from sleep disorders, according to Dr. James Bradley, a certified sleep medicine specialist. Along with a team of  four registered sleep medicine technologists, Bradley will work closely with referring physicians to develop an effective diagnosis and treatment plan for people suffering from sleep-related problems.

“We think it’s an underserved niche,” said Bradley, adding that the new location could see about 100 patients a month.

The new business line was launched Tuesday by Lovelace officials, who welcomed guests with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Visitors were able to tour the 2,500-square-foot center.

Photo Credit: Dean Hanson/Albuquerque Journal

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