Your Telemedicine Experience at RSM

Roy Sleep Medicine is the only sleep clinic that employs sleep physicians who are board certified in Sleep Medicine, Internal Medicine,  Pediatrics, and Psychiatry.

Our providers utilize telemedicine to relieve concerns about coronavirus exposure and can perform essentially the entire workup of your sleep concerns while you stay at home.

Our team will go out of their way to make sure your needs are accommodated and your experience at Roy Sleep Medicine is rewarding. We offer detailed evaluations of your sleep concerns and proven treatment methods for a broad variety of sleep disorders. Our team of Sleep Medicine specialists strive to improve your quality of life through better sleep!

How do I make an appointment?

Please call our office at 256-213-1800 to schedule your New, Follow-up or CPAP / Supplies appointment.

Planning for your first visit

Prior to your appointment you will receive an email or text from, requesting that you complete your New Patient Interview. This online check-in system is convenient and has been added to improve your patient experience. Completing this prior to your appointment will reduce your wait time.

If you do not receive this email or text message at least 48 hours prior your appointment, please call our office so that they may verify your contact information and resend this important request.

We will call you a few minutes prior to your appointment time and we will walk you through the steps to get you set up for your telemedicine visit with one of our specialists. We recommend you use a device with a full battery to reduce complications.

In addition, RSM asks that you have available during your first appointment:

* Your spouse or bed-partner.  It has been shown that we are poor prognosticators of our own sleepiness.  Frequently, your spouse or bed-partner knows more about your sleep than you do.

* Your current insurance card(s) and a photo ID.

* Copies of all previous sleep studies

* Children must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian. Insurance cards that cover the child and photo ID (for the parent / guardian) must be available. If someone other than the parent is present, proper legal documentation must be brought to the appointment that designates authority to determine medical care for the child.

* If your insurance coverage requires a Prior Authorization for sleep evaluation, please arrange for this prior to your appointment.

What happens during your first visit?

During your first visit, you’ll meet with one of our sleep physicians to discuss your sleep problems. After gathering information about your medical history and conducting a sleep-oriented physical exam, our sleep physicians will discuss your sleep history and sleep-related symptoms to gain a better understanding of your concerns. Our physicians are known throughout the community for open, family-centered communication, genuine compassion, and heartfelt warmth.

Based upon your symptoms, our sleep physicians may recommend an sleep study to determine your sleep disorder and decide on the appropriate course of treatment.

What if I have questions?

General questions can be answered by calling 256-213-1800.  Billing questions can be answered by calling 1-855-351-5914.