The Kalispell Regional Healthcare Sleep Center is a modern full-service and accredited facility for diagnosing and treating patients with sleep-related disorders. These conditions include difficulties falling or staying asleep, breathing problems during sleep, daytime sleepiness and other abnormal nighttime occurrences.
Patients with sleep apnea have long been cared for by pulmonologists due to their expertise with breathing disorders. However, with our ever-increasing understanding of the relationship between sleep apnea and other conditions, the field of sleep medicine has become truly multidisciplinary. Recent studies have shown that nearly a third of patients in a general cardiology clinic suffer from sleep apnea. Hypertension, electrical heart rhythm disturbances, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure and pulmonary hypertension are just some of the conditions that have been associated with sleep apnea.
Since treatment of sleep apnea can increase survival and improve quality of life, offering complete diagnostic and treatment services, including sleep medicine, is essential to Rocky Mountain Heart and Lung's goal of becoming a fully comprehensive cardiac and pulmonary medicine clinic.
Overview of Sleep Disorders
When Things Go Wrong with CPAP
Meet Our Staff
Preparing for Your Office Visit
If you are scheduled for an office visit to see one of the sleep providers (Kim Damrow, MD, DABSM, Anthony Dal Nogare, MD, Tim Obermiller, MD, or Mary Adams, ANP-BC), you will go to Rocky Mountain Heart and Lung, located on the second floor of The Rock at 350 Heritage Way, Suite 2100, (406) 257-8992.
Please check in 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. Please bring your insurance cards and any completed paperwork that was mailed to you (or print out the Sleep Questionnaire and New Patient Packet and bring the completed paperwork to your appointment).
If you are already on CPAP or any PAP therapy, please also bring your smartcard to your appointment. If you have had previous sleep studies elsewhere, please bring your records or call the office to let us know the name of the sleep center and we will request your records (please also complete the Release of Records form).
New Patient Packet
Authorization to Disclose Protected Health Information
Click on the link below to review Kalispell Regional Healthcare's notice of privacy practices, patient consent and financial agreement, advance directives, patient rights and responsibilities, organizational code of ethics, messages from Medicare and Tricare, and truth in lending.
Patient Rights and Policies