A new partnership will allow the Clayton Sleep Institute to provide sleep services and staff in order to expand the Sleep Center at Saint Anthony’s Health Center in Alton, Ill.
Combined staff and physicians from Saint Anthony’s and Clayton Sleep Institute will provide high quality sleep diagnostic services and treatment to patients.
Clayton Sleep Institute is a national organization dedicated to all aspects of sleep medicine and healthy sleep and serves a national community of sleep professionals. The Institute works with The Clayton Sleep Research Foundation to advance the science and education of sleep and sleep health.
 “Working together, we have a tremendous opportunity to expand the community’s awareness of healthy sleep and the issues that can result from or precede poor quality sleep,” said Joseph Ojile, founder and CEO of the Clayton Sleep Institute. “The expanded Saint Anthony’s Sleep Center will provide more convenient access to increased excellence in sleep care, beginning with a proper sleep study.”
Saint Anthony’s Health Center is a non-profit, multi-campus health system sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George. The center’s multiple facilities serve southwestern Illinois.
“Individuals who are sleep deprived now have an opportunity to improve their sleep and change their quality of life,” said Sister M. Mikela, vice president of patient care services for Saint Anthony’s.