Studer Family Children's Hospital Sleep Center

Studer Family Children's Hospital Sleep Center

  • Specialty Care


Monday: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Tuesday: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Wednesday: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Thursday: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed


About Us

Doctors and care teams at Studer Family Children's Hospital Sleep Center provide sleep studies and personalized care for your sleep disorder.

Sleep disorders in children and teens

When your child has a sleep disorder, it can affect your child’s physical and emotional health. At the Studer Family Children's Hospital Sleep Center in Pensacola, Florida, your child and family have access to diagnostic testing and a multispecialty care team experienced in treating sleep disorders in newborns to age 21. The Studer Family Children's Hospital Sleep Center is accredited with the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Studer Family Children's Hospital Sleep Center medicine doctors listen to understand your concerns about your child’s breathing, napping and nightly sleep routine. Then, we work with you to create a care plan that helps improve their quality of sleep. Our care team provides diagnostic sleep studies designed for children. These tests help determine if your child has a sleep disorder and if it may be affecting your child’s heart, lungs and brain. 

Symptoms of a sleep disorder may include excessive daytime sleepiness, irritability, behavior problems and learning difficulties. Our pediatric sleep doctors specialize in treatments for pediatric sleep disorders, including:

  • Behavioral insomnia
  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Parasomnias (sleep walking, sleep talking, terrors)
  • Restless leg syndrome

Treatments for children with sleep disorders 

Our doctor and nurse deliver a personalized care plan for your child’s needs. Treating a pediatric sleep disorder is different than treatments for adult sleep apnea and other types of sleep conditions. We provide a range of tests and treatment options, including:

 Daytime sleepiness testing (MSLT)

  • Daytime sleep study of positive airway pressure ( PAP-NAPS))
  • Home sleep study testing
  • Measure and adjust CPAP/BiPAP air pressure 
  • Nighttime sleep seizure monitoring
  • Obstructive sleep study (Auto SV) 
  • Oxygen evaluation testing
  • Sleep study (polysomnography recording)
  • Wakefulness testing (MWT)
  • Ventilatory treatment both air volume and pressure study (AVAPS)

 Some sleep disorders may be related to other physical or emotional health conditions. If your child needs additional care, we connect your family with specialists at Studer Family Children’s Hospital that supports your child’s needs.