Dr. Rajen Udani joins Sleep Services at Cape Regional Medical Center

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 Susan Campbell, a cardiopulmonary clinical coordinator at Cape Regional Medical Center’s Sleep Services, works with Maryann Viereck. 
 Susan Campbell, a cardiopulmonary clinical coordinator at Cape Regional Medical Center’s Sleep Services, works with Maryann Viereck.

New diagnostic technology announced as well

 CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The staff at Cape Regional Medical Center’s Sleep Services say a restful night’s sleep is within reach.

“Our team of healthcare professionals is your partner in Cape May County for the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of all types of sleep disorders,” reads a statement from the hospital. “Whether you suffer from sleep apnea, narcolepsy, severe insomnia or the occasional sleep-related problem, our board-certified sleep medicine physicians and highly-trained technicians are available to help achieve a restful night’s sleep.”

Located in Cape May Court House, Sleep Services at Cape Regional Medical Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and is recognized for providing the highest quality of patient care, according to the hospital. In addition, the Sleep Services center has recently upgraded to the most state-of-the-art diagnostic technology and renovated the bedrooms in the facility.

“We are excited to announce that Dr. Rajen Udani’s Sleep Center has merged with Sleep Services at Cape Regional Medical Center and he has joined the team as managing director. We welcome him and his expertise to our nationally accredited program,” stated Mark Gill, vice president at Cape Regional Medical Center.

“The Sleep Services Center has upgraded its diagnostic technology with ‘SomnoStar.’ SomnoStar is the only system that automatically produces respiratory flow volume loops to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders,” stated Richard Artymowicz, administrative director of Sleep Services. “In addition, the patient care rooms are beautifully detailed and provide a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere for our clients as they undergo their sleep study.”

Dr. William Bradway serves as medical director of Sleep Services. Bradway is board-certified in sleep medicine, internal medicine, and pulmonary medicine.

Udani serves as managing director and is board-certified in sleep medicine and internal medicine and specializing in pulmonary and critical care medicine. He has been an active member of the Cape Regional Medical Staff since 1986.

To schedule a sleep study, call Central Authorization and Scheduling at 609-778-1008; a physician referral is needed.

Cape Regional Medical Center is a member of the Penn Cancer Network and an affiliate of Penn Medicine for cancer care, cardiac care and vascular care.  For more information, see www.CapeRegional.com  or call 609-463-2059.


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