Zika virus is a mosquito-transmitted virus that generally causes no symptoms or a mild illness, but is associated with microcephaly in infants whose mothers contract it during pregnancy. In January, 2016 the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a health advisory and travel alert urging pregnant women to avoid traveling to countries where Zika virus transmission is ongoing. The cases that have been reported in the United States are those of women who had recently traveled outside of the country. There are currently no cases of transmission occurring within the United States.
Our Interactive Patient Portal allows patients to schedule appointments, view their charts, request prescriptions, view test results and recommendations, download follow-up instructions, and more.
The Center for Sleep Medicine can assist you in creating a comprehensive fatigue management program. The goal of such a program is to create policies and procedures to mitigate human fatigue caused by sleep disorders.
At the Center for Sleep Medicine we offer comprehensive-care for adult and pediatric sleep disorders. Our multi-specialty, multidisciplinary team is caring, knowledgeable and dedicated to finding sleep solutions.