Adult Sleep Medicine
The Yale faculty serves US military veterans at the VA Connecticut Health systems campus in West haven, Connecticut, and also serves the general population in and around the New Haven area. The faculty is made up of Dr. Brian Koo, Dr. Melissa Knauert, Dr. Meir Kryger, Dr. Vahid Mohsenin, Dr. Christine Won, and Dr. Klar Yaggi. This internationally renowned faculty are well-known clinicians and researchers and are all boarded in pulmonary critical care medicine or neurology and have additional certification in sleep medicine.

The Yale Center for Sleep Medicine sees patients from the area around New Haven and deals with the broad spectrum of sleep disorders including sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, and restless leg syndrome.  The Center also serves the Yale University community, including faculty, employees, and students. The center employees state-of-the-art in lab testing systems, as well as home sleep testing systems.

The VA program serves US military veterans. The patients have all served their nation and it is an honor for the sleep medicine faculty to treat them. In addition to the common diseases seen in the general population, veterans frequently have sleep issues related to posttraumatic stress disorder, and traumatic brain injury. This program includes six in hospital monitoring beds, and 30 home sleep testing units. This is one of the largest sleep medicine programs in the entire VA system.

Pediatric Sleep Medicine
The pediatrics sleep medicine program serves the population in and around New Haven. The faculty include Dr. Craig Canepari, and Dr. Ramneet Gill. Both are certified in pediatrics and sleep medicine. This clinic sees the broad-spectrum of sleep disorders in the pediatric age group and manages patients with congenital disorders that impact breathing during sleep. The program has A three bed testing facility in Yale New Haven Hospital specifically designed for children, with staff that is experienced in dealing with children with sleep disorders.