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WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital Sleep Center

WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital Sleep Center 40 V-Twin Dr. , Suite 205
Gettysburg, PA 17325
(717) 337-4482 (717) 812-2926 Get Directions
Monday 8:00am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 4:30pm
Thursday 8:00am - 4:30pm
Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital Sleep Center

The sleep technologists at WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital Sleep Center diagnose and treat people with sleep disorders to improve their quality of life. The facility features the latest technology for the diagnosis and treatment of a range of neurological and respiratory sleep disorders. Located at the WellSpan Adams Health Center, the Sleep Center has homelike diagnostic suites, each equipped with a television and VCR/DVD, queen sized sleep number bed and private bathroom with shower. 

Each evaluation consists of placing small electrodes on the surface of the scalp, face and legs for recording of sleep patterns. This is completely safe and painless. Patients are cared for and evaluated by highly trained polysomnographic technologists who monitor brain wave activity, airflow, body movements, heart rate and blood oxygen saturation. 

Some of the common sleep problems we diagnose and treat:


A persistent inability to fall asleep or stay asleep. You might have insomnia if you:

  • Have difficulty falling asleep
  • Find thoughts race through your mind that keep you from sleeping
  • Wake during the night and have trouble falling back to sleep or wake earlier than you want to
  • Sleep better on weekends or in a bed other than your own

Sleep Apnea

A disorder causing you to stop breathing properly during sleep. You might have sleep apnea if you:

  • Snore
  • Wake up gasping for air
  • Have been told you stop breathing while sleeping
  • Feel tired or sleepy even when you have slept through the night
  • Have high blood pressure


A chronic disorder characterized by uncontrollable sleep attacks during the day. You might have narcolepsy if you:

  • Feel like you're going limp when you are angry or surprised
  • Experience vivid dream-like scenes upon falling asleep or awakening
  • Fall asleep sometimes no matter how hard you try to stay awake
  • Feel unable to move when waking or falling asleep

Restless Leg Syndrome

A disorder characterized by pain or crawling sensations in the legs while falling asleep or leg movement during sleep. You might have restless leg syndrome if you:

  • Kick at night
  • Have "crawling" sensations in your legs
  • Get leg cramps that keep you awake or awaken you at night
  • Wake up with sore or stiff muscles