For CPAP patients

What is CPAP? It stands for continuous positive airway pressure. CPAP is a breathing therapy device that delivers air to a mask worn over the nose and/or mouth to help consistent breathing. It is used primarily for sleep apnea, but also in the treatment of other breathing conditions.

We are currently issuing patients with  Resmed Airsense 10 Autoset. You can find out more about the equipment via this link.

If you are experiencing problems with your machine or mask in the first instance please visit this website. If you would prefer to talk to one of our technicians please call 01342 305420 and press option 1 or email qvh.sleeptechnicians@nhs.net 

Please note that due to the number of calls and enquiries coming in we may not be able to answer your call so please leave a clear message. We aim to return calls within 24 hours Monday to Friday. The sleep unit is open Monday to Friday – 8.30am to 5pm. The phone line is not manned at the weekends.

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Sleep Disorder Centre opening times

Monday to Friday – 8.30am to 5pm
Saturday/Sunday/Bank holidays – closed

Please do not attend the Sleep Disorder Centre without a prior arranged appointment as this could result in a wasted journey.

Patient feedback

“Every contact I’ve had the centre, be it cheery admin staff calling regarding appointments through to ‘sleeping over’, has been completely positive and I want to thank everyone of you.”