Innovator of the Year Profile: St. Anthony Hospital Addresses Patient Satisfaction with Sleep Clinic

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Innovator of the Year Profile: St. Anthony Hospital Addresses Patient Satisfaction with Sleep Clinic


Record, Journal, THE JOURNAL RECORD


St. Anthony brings a whole new concept in sleep medicine to the Oklahoma City area with the relocation of its Sleep Disorders Lab to the third floor of the Marriott Courtyard Downtown.

The typical location of a sleep lab is within the confines of a hospital or an independent, free-standing, business-type setting.

St. Anthony's concept places the sleep lab in a nonmedical, relaxing, upscale hotel.

The concept allows St. Anthony to address a growing focus within the medical field - patient satisfaction. By moving the service outside of the hospital setting, it reduces some of the anxieties often associated with a hospital visit for a diagnostic procedure.

Patients are cared for in a relaxing, non-sterile atmosphere with all the amenities of a nice hotel including a free breakfast at the restaurant upon completion of the study.

Another unique feature of this model is that it allows the business to grow into the future as needed by leasing more space in the hotel.

Currently, the sleep lab leases five rooms from the Marriott - four are considered patient testing rooms and one is used as the control room where technicians monitor the patients.

As patient volume grows, our arrangement allows us to either expand at the present location and/or duplicate this model in other areas of the city to provide easier access for our patients, said Gordon Yenzer, manager of diagnostic medical services. …

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