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701 W. Cocoa Beach Causeway
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931 (Map)

P: 321-868-5832
F: 321-434-6103

8745 North Wickham Road
Melbourne, FL 32940 (Map)

P: 321-434-9133
F: 321-434-6103

5200 Babcock Street, NE
Palm Bay, FL 32905 (Map)

P: 321-724-0015
F: 321-984-9674

About Health First Sleep Center

Committed to improving your health, Health First Sleep Center is an American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) accredited sleep disorders center. Our accreditation ensures that the Health First Sleep Center has exceeded standards in personnel, policies and procedures, data acquisition, scoring and reporting, patient evaluation and care and quality assurance.

When you come to the Health First Sleep Center you will be evaluated by an experienced team of board-certified physicians and nationally registered polysomnographics sleep technologists. Combined, our team has more than 50 years of experience in sleep medicine. The Health First Sleep Center is happy to treat patients five and older. In fact, 10 to 20 percent of our patients are children, which is why we have a Pediatric Sleep Specialist on staff to treat our youngest patients.

When do you need a Sleep Study?
Common Issues Causing Sleep Problems
Paying for Sleep Center Services
Contact Us
Our team

When do you need a Sleep Study?
It makes sense that with so many people suffering from lack of sleep, there are just as many causes. Sleeplessness can be brought on by life stress, such as job loss or change, death of a loved one or moving. Sleep problems can also be physical or medical from chronic pain or even psychiatric from depression. Other factors that can contribute include genetics, night shift work, medications and aging. Whatever the cause is of your sleeplessness, finding the cure is the key.

In most cases, a physician will prescribe a sleep study to improve your quality of care and life. Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you snore?
  • Do you wake with a headache?
  • Do you wake up frequently during the night?
  • Do you have difficulty falling asleep?
  • Do your legs or arms feel restless (creepy-crawly sensation)?
  • Do you fall asleep at inappropriate times?
  • Have you had any unusual behavior during the night (acting out dreams, eating, etc.)?
  • Do you feel sleepy all of the time?

If you or someone you know answers yes to one or more of the above, you may have a sleep problem that requires medical treatment. Call the Health First Sleep Center at 321-868-5832. It's time to get a good night's sleep.

Take the Epworth Sleep Quiz

Common Issues Causing Sleep Problems
Although there are several types of sleep disorders, they generally fall into two main groups, parasomnias and dyssomnias:

  • Parasomnias occur only during sleep, but are not part of the processes that actually control sleep and wakefulness. Examples include:
    • Somnambulism (sleep walking)
    • Sleep terrors
    • Bruxism (teeth grinding)
  • Dyssomnias interrupt the normal sleep/wake cycle. Examples include:
    • Sleep apnea (obstructive, central or mixed)
    • Restless leg syndrome
    • Periodic limb movements of sleep
    • Insomnia
    • Narcolepsy

The most common disorder, and one that can seriously affect your health, is sleep apnea. Apnea is when you stop breathing for at least ten seconds while you're sleeping and can occur up to hundreds of times per night. Usually, you don't know it's happening, but often your spouse or a family member has observed you snoring and gasping—two common symptoms of apnea. During apneas, your body—especially your heart—is deprived of adequate oxygen. If it's caused by an obstruction, you struggle to breathe and eventually wake up, usually without recalling it, in order to reestablish breathing. Increased blood pressure and irregular heartbeats are often associated with apnea.

Paying for Sleep Center Services
Most insurance plans provide coverage for evaluation, diagnostic testing, and treating sleep disorders, subject to your deductible and co-payment limits. You will need a referral from a physician. After your initial evaluation, your insurance may also require pre-authorization if you need testing. If so, our staff can make arrangements for the authorization. If you want to check with your plan about what is covered, be sure to let your insurance plan know that all Health First Sleep Center tests are outpatient procedures.

Health First has contracts with a number of managed care organizations including

  • Medicare
  • Health First Medicare
  • Health First Commercial
  • United Commercial
  • VA
  • HealthSmart
  • Tricare
  • GEHA
  • Medicaid
  • Vocational Rehab
  • First Health
  • Coventry
  • Worker's Compensation
  • ChampVA
  • Christian Care Medi-Share
  • Golden Rule United
  • Mailhandlers

Should you have any questions or concerns about which insurers and provider networks Health First Sleep Center has entered into a contractual relationship with, please call us at 321-868-5832.

We can tell you many reasons why you should choose Health First Sleep Center—but we would rather let our patients tell you. The following are actual letters from some of our former patients:

"The tech made my daughter feel safe and relaxed as if she was at home. Thank you."

"The CPAP mask has made a world of difference to my sleep quality. I love it! My experience was great and everything was explained thoroughly."

"I have been using my CPAP make and machine every night and feel very comfortable with it. The staff was very kind and courteous and professional. They explained what was going on and made the experience as pleasant as possible."

"The staff was informative, caring, friendly and efficient. The CPAP machine is better and less cumbersome than I expected."

Contact Us

Health First Sleep Center
701 W. Cocoa Beach Causeway (located in the modular building behind Health First Cape Canaveral Hospital)
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
Phone: 321-868-5832
Fax: 321-434-6103

Our Cocoa Beach Sleep Center is an accredited member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM).


8731 North Wickham Road
Viera, FL 32940 (Map)
Phone: 321-434-9133
Fax: 321-434-6103

5200 Babcock Street, NE
Palm Bay, FL 32905 (Map)
Phone: 321-724-0015
Fax: 321-984-9674

Business Hours:
Open 7 am to 5 pm, Monday - Thursday, 7 am to 3 pm on Friday

The Health First Sleep Center is open seven nights a week for scheduled overnight sleep studies.

Our Team
The Health First Sleep Center is professionally staffed with board-certified physicians all experienced and trained in sleep medicine. Your results will also be reviewed by a reading panel of sleep trained physicians. Our team also includes a pediatric sleep specialist to care for our youngest patients. All of our professional technologists are nationally registered sleep technologists and polysomnographic technologists.


Health First Sleep Center

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