Logansport Memorial Hospital’s Sleep Center receives accreditation
Logansport Memorial Hospital is proud to announce that its Sleep Lab recently received national accreditation status from the Accreditation Commission for Healthcare (ACHC). Achieving accreditation from ACHC reflects on Logansport Memorial Hospital’s dedication to providing the highest-quality service through compliance with national regulations and industry best practices.
“This recent successful accreditation status by ACHC for our Sleep Lab serves as confirmation of our outstanding practice. Our community and our patients can be confident that their sleep health needs are being met by a facility and staff who have been certified by an independent organization, after completing a thorough review process and ,” comments Denice Townsend, Manager of Cardiopulmonary Services. “Our entire staff, including pulmonologist Dr. Francois Fadel, has all worked very hard, with the full support of our administration to achieve this certification and we will continue to meet the high standards in maintaining our certified status. Without each of them, we would not have achieved this accreditation distinction.”
“We are very proud of our staff in receiving this outstanding accreditation for our Sleep program,” shares Mike Etter, Vice-President of Ancillary Services for Logansport Memorial Hospital. “It further demonstrates our commitment to ensuring that patients with sleep disorders receive the highest quality of care when they choose Logansport Memorial Hospital. With our accredited, comprehensive Sleep Lab, we have the experience and tools to help our patients achieve the kind of deep sleep that is vital to good physical and mental health. When appropriately treated for sleep disorders, people can experience a better quality of life.”
Logansport Memorial Hospital’s Sleep Lab provides comprehensive testing for pediatric and adult patients of all ages. Our own board-certified pulmonologist Dr. Francois Fadel, as well as board-certified pulmonologists who partner with us from Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health in Lafayette, work together with our skilled sleep technologists to provide patient-focused care in evaluating, diagnosing, and effectively treating a variety of sleep disorders, including but not limited to obstructive pediatric and adult sleep apnea, narcolepsy, insomnia, and restless legs syndrome.
For individuals who think they may have a sleep disorder, they should first consult with their primary care physician. After consultation, a sleep study will be scheduled and done if the provider determines it is necessary.
To learn more about the ACHC accreditation, visit www.achc.org. For questions about Logansport Memorial Hospital’s Sleep Program, please contact Denice Townsend at (574) 753-1310 or by email at email@example.com.