Opening March 2018



Existing Patient Resources


Did you know…

Sleep Disorders are a major cause of many health problems such as increased risk of hypertension, stroke, fatigue, depression, memory loss and erectile dysfunction. Most sleep disorders are treatable and once properly treated can dramatically increase a patients quality of life.


There is a 60% increased risk of Stroke in people with Sleep Apnea


75% of Sleep Disorders are Undiagnosed

Postmenopausal Women are 3 times more likely to have Obstructive Sleep Disorder

When you snore

Snoring is a noise produced from a collapse in the upper airway (usually the throat area) during sleep. It is the result of the muscles around the upper airway relaxing as we drift off to sleep, and the tissue around the airway vibrating to produce a snoring sound. Snoring (in particular, loud snoring) is usually a sign of obstructive sleep apnea. Snoring is more common in men, but occurs in both men and women. Snoring often worsens with age, and increases with weight gain.

William H. Noah - Sleep Centers of Middle Tennessee

William H. Noah, MD

Board-certified in Internal Medicine and Sleep Medicine, Dr. Noah was the first to practice sleep medicine in Rutherford County in 1994. Dr. Noah lectures nationally on successful outcomes in sleep medicine.

Timothy J. Hoelscher, PhD - Sleep Centers of Middle Tennessee

Timothy J. Hoelscher, PhD

Dr. Hoelscher trained at Duke University and has worked with some of the leading researchers in sleep disorders, publishing and lecturing frequently.

Education From Sleep Centers of Middle Tennessee


Sleep Center of Murfreesboro

Sleep Center at Murfreesboro Medical Clinic

1272 Garrison Drive, Ste.
301 Murfreesboro, TN 37129

Phone: (615) 893-4896
Fax:(615) 893-4821
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Sleep Center of Cool Springs

3326 Aspen Grove Drive, Suite 260
Franklin, TN 37067

Phone: (615) 893-4896
Fax: (615) 893-4821
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1725 Medical Center Parkway Location – M-F – 8:00 to 5:00 pm
Aspen Grove location – Monday & Thursday – 9:00 to 3:00 p.m.