Sleep Disorders Center

At the Sleep Disorders Center at Carroll Hospital, our team of specially trained physicians and technologists provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment of potential sleep disorders. The Sleep Disorders Center is equipped with the latest technology to detect a wide range of sleep disorders and provides a private, home-like atmosphere for conducting overnight sleep studies. 

Meeting the Gold Standard
Our center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and each of our sleep technologists are registered by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (BRPT) and our physicians are certified by the American Board of Sleep Medicine (ABSM). These credentials demonstrate that Carroll Hospital's Sleep Disorders Center has met rigorous standards in sleep medicine and that our technologists and physicians have been specially trained with the knowledge and skills to provide excellent patient care.

The Sleep Disorders Center offers a full range of sleep tests, treatments and education. Learn more about: 

Comprehensive Patient Care
Our Experienced Team
Sleep Disorders and Treatments
Types of Sleep Tests
Sleep Disorders Newsletter

How To Make An Appointment For A Sleep Study

If you physician has determined that a sleep study is necessary, please call 410-871-7170 or have your physician fax the certificate of medical necessity to 410-871-7172. 

Need More Information?

For more information, please call the Sleep Disorders Center at 410-871-7170.

Our Experienced Team of Professionals

Board Certified Medical Director

Our medical director, Amit Narula, D.O., is board certified in:

• Sleep Medicine
• Internal Medicine
• Pulmonary Medicine
• Critical Care Medicine

Dr. Narula maintains a stringent Quality Assurance Program with the sleep center scorers to ensure quality and accuracy in the performance of sleep studies.

Additional Sleep Medicine Specialists include:

Registered Polysomnographic Technologists 

All of our sleep technologists are certified by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (BRPT), an independent, non-profit certification board that sets professional and ethical standards for polysomnographic technologists and ensures that they hold the highest level of core knowledge, skills, abilities and attributes.


All of our polysomnographic technologists are CPR-certified by the American Heart Association. 


At the Sleep Disorders Center, we believe education plays an important role in quality medical care. We hold a monthly education session for our sleep technologists to update them with all of the latest news, knowledge and technology in the field of sleep medicine. In addition, our technical staff is required to participate in an average of 10 hours per year of CME/CEC sleep-related educational activities.