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My name is Maddy McIntyre and I am an intern with Good Night Medical, local Columbus company specializing in Sleep Apnea. We believe we have a program we would like to take country wide, but we need some real world advice on what is important to you. Not only are automotive accidents the second leading cause of death among Firefighters, behind heart attacks, but snoring also makes everyone in the bunkrooms unhappy.

 

Some things we are thinking about offering are:

Spare CPAP machine– a number of firefighters have said they hate lugging their machine back and forth. Or sometimes forget it, to the detriment of their sleep and THE SLEEP OF THOSE AROUND THEM. We have a number of refurbished machines starting as low as $200 or renting for $20 per month.

Support your charity– we are offering $50 to the charity of your choice for every new patient who signs up on our service through your department.  This can be a fire fighter, a family member, a community member, etc. We accept most insurance.  

Diagnosis and treatment– we can offer a free questionnaire screening (95% predictive) for anyone in your station house.  If it screens positive for Sleep Apnea, we offer an in home sleep test, read by a Board Certified Sleep Physician. From there, we can then provide various forms of Sleep Apnea treatment.

We would like to get your ideas on other ways we might be able to help. Is there a time we would be able to meet with you and get your input?

My contact information is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and my desk phone is (614) 942 3709. Please reach out to me to set up a day that works for your departments and for any questions.

I look forward to hearing from you!

 

of Americans have a sleep disorder symptom a few nights per week or more.

Severe Sleep Apnea raises the risk of early death by

 
 

is the increased risk of having a stroke in untreated Sleep Apnea Patients.

Loud snorers are at greater risk of suffering from high blood preasure than non-snorers by

 
 

of people with a BMI greater than 35 have obstructive sleep apnea.

DONT LET SLEEP APNEA CRUSH YOUR DREAMS

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