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Tri-County Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine



TriCounty Pulmonary & Sleep Clinic
424 S. 13th Avenue
Laurel, MS 39440

South Central Sleep DME Center
234 S. 12th Avenue
Laurel, MS 39440


TriCounty Pulmonary & Sleep Clinic - Schedule Appointments: (601) 426-4745
TriCounty Pulmonary & Sleep Clinic - Fax Number: 601-518-7128

South Central DME Office - 601-426-2886
South Central DME Office Fax - 601-426-2916


Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.


South Central works with Tri-County Pulmonary and Sleep Clinic to provide comprehensive sleep medicine services.

South Central Sleep Center is  fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Our mission is to provide excellent care in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep related medical disorders. The Sleep Center staff provides evaluation, diagnosis and treatment.

Sleep Evaluation and Consultation:
Patients may be self referred or be referred by their physician for a sleep evaluation. The first step is a sleep evaluation by the healthcare providers at TriCounty Pulmonary & Sleep Clinic located at 424 S. 13th Ave, Laurel, MS 39440 in Laurel. During the evaluation, your medical history and sleep problems will be evaluated. If possible, your spouse should attend with you, as he/she can be valuable in describing sleep events that you are not aware of. This sleep evaluation will help define your sleep problem as well as explain diagnostic and treatment options.

Sleep Study:

Sleep apnea is the most common sleep disorder and diagnosis and treatment requires an overnight sleep study (polysomnogram). This evaluation is done at the Sleep Center at SCRMC and follows AASM guidelines. The patient will spend the night in one of our quiet and relaxing bedrooms and will sleep on a comfortable double bed (not a hospital bed). The room is equipped with cable television, a comfortable recliner, and has an adjacent bathroom. The patient will come to the Sleep Center at 8 p.m. the night of their study prepared to spend the night and the study will conclude 5 a.m. the next morning. The patient’s sleep is monitored by a sleep tech from a central room across the hall. The patient should not have to miss work to have the evaluation unless they work the night shift. Most insurance companies and Medicare will pay for the exam and for any equipment needed to assist with your condition (CPAP machine). We are in the network with all major insurance carriers in the area.

Follow Up:
Your sleep study will be analyzed and you will be contacted by the Sleep Center Coordinator to explain the results of the study and any follow-up plans.

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