Lodi Memorial

Sleep Lab

A good night sleep can change your life

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Getting a good night sleep leads to a more enjoyable and productive life. When a night or several in a row just are not restful, the whole day is off. When you do get it a good night’s rest, it’s reinvigorating! Almost everyone experiences an occasional sleepless night, but if you find it impossible to sleep night after night, consider seeking medical help.

At our Lodi Sleep Lab, our expert team tracks your sleep patterns overnight. Our expert team records significant information that can lead to an accurate diagnosis and the best course of action for you.

If troubled sleeping is common, you may have a sleep condition called sleep apnea, something that at least 12 million Americans suffer from! And over 40 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders in general.

Sleep apnea symptoms include:

  • Excessive daytime sleepiness and fatigue
  • Snoring loudly with periods of no breathing
  • Falling asleep while driving or performing other day activities
  • Waking up with a dry throat
  • Waking with morning headaches
  • Showing irritability and mood changes
  • Restless sleeping

Sleep apnea is a serious condition

A lot of people think their sleep problem is normal or something to “deal with”, but people with sleep conditions are at risk for developing other conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes or heart problems. Those who suffer with poor sleep often feel lethargic and want to fall asleep during the day, impacting their daily pursuits and creating hazards such as falling asleep while driving. Since sleep apnea, a disorder in which there are repeated pauses in breathing during sleep, can prevent the body from getting enough oxygen, this excessive daytime fatigue and moodiness and can lead to stroke or heart failure if left untreated.

Our medical director

Our sleep studies are conducted under the direction of Dr. Ajitpal Singh Sethi, who is certified in sleep medicine. Dr. Ajitpal Singh Sethi interprets the sleep studies and provides detailed reports to your primary or referring physician. From there, your provider will order treatments based on your sleep study results.

Dr. Ajitpal Singh Sethi is accepting patients to treat conditions including Snoring, Sleep Apnea, Hypersomnia (Narcolepsy) and Parasomnias (Sleep Walking/Talking), along with many other conditions patients are concerned with. Dr. Ajitpal Singh Sethi has the training, experience and passion to help people with sleep disorders to improve their quality of life with better sleep. He will work closely with your primary care provider to help you with your treatment plan and achieve the best outcomes.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Ajitpal Singh Sethi, call (209) 957-7050.

With access to Adventist Health’s electronic medical record system, the staff at our Sleep Lab work closely with the physicians and staff at Adventist Health Lodi Memorial. Get the help you need, today.

Adventist Health Sleep Laboratory offers the following diagnostic testing:

  • Diagnostic polysomnography - in sleep lab
  • Titration polysomnography
  • Home overnight oximetry monitoring
  • Split Night Testing
  • Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT)
  • Maintenance of Wakefulness Test (MWT)

Call your doctor today for a referral or call the Adventist Health Sleep Laboratory at (209) 333-5167 for more information.


Adventist Health Lodi Memorial
Sleep Laboratory
975 S. Fairmont Avenue
Lodi, CA 95240

Get Directions

The Adventist Health Lodi Memorial Sleep Laboratory is the basement of the hospital. Once you check in at the front desk, they will direct you downstairs to the Sleep Lab.