Greenfield, Ind-based Hancock Regional Hospital was preparing to move and expand the sleep center when COVID hit in March, so the move didn’t take place until early June, reports the (Greenfield) Daily Reporter.

The six sleep study bedrooms are each furnished with adjustable Sleep Number beds, along with a full private bathroom, couch, desk and flat screen TV. The CPAP machines and other equipment used in each room are tucked away in a tall cabinet, giving the rooms more of a homey, less institutional feel.

It’s a far cry from what many patients expect, said Campbell, who added that some people coming in for overnight studies think they’ll be left to sleep on a cot in the hall. “Some people are terrified to come. It’s a stigma we have to work through,” he said.