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Sleep Therapy

A good night’s sleep is always ideal—but many, if not most Americans admit they sacrifice sleep to keep pace with the demands of their busy lives. Even worse, this sleep deprivation is often ignored or masked with coffee, nicotine or sugar, all of which can take a toll on an individual’s health. 
At Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, we’re committed to helping those in our community get the rest they need—especially those with sleep disorders. Our Sleep Center combines the latest, most advanced sleep technology, including a bariatric room, and private rooms with their own bathrooms. Our patients benefit from a comfortable environment in which they undergo the highest-quality, most accurate sleep studies available. 
Sleep disorders affect 40 percent of the American population. These are defined as any medical condition that interferes with a patient’s ability to sleep restfully on a consistent basis. Of the more than 80 different sleep disorders, the most common are: 
  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Narcolepsy
  • Insomnia
  • Periodic limb movement disorder
  • Restless leg syndrome
Once your sleep study is complete and you have a diagnosis, our medical director will create a personalized treatment plan to help you get the rest you want. We’ll work with your primary care physician to make sure that your sleep condition is monitored on a continual basis. In addition, we will provide you with education and support services, which are readily available for both patients and their sleep partners.
The Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Sleep Center is located at:
7209 Green Slope Drive 
Zephyrhills, FL  33541
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us today at (813) 331-1045. 


Our Staff

Amir Quefatieh, MD, is quadruple-board-certified in sleep, pulmonary, critical care and internal medicine. He leads a team of sleep technologists who will ensure you are comfortable before, during and after your sleep study—and just as importantly, that you receive the help you need to get the sleep you need.