Team Approach

At the Trinitas Comprehensive Sleep Disorders Center, we use a team approach in solving sleep problems. Every staff member is selected and trained to help patients achieve the best results possible. Working together as an integrated unit, we have created a process whereby patients transform “problem sleepers” as we identify, diagnose, and treat their sleep disorders.

We have outstanding registered respiratory therapists and registered polysomnography experts actively involved in your testing. Our equipment includes everything we need to monitor your sleep, document your sleep habits and patterns, and gather information to make a diagnosis. For your convenience, we have bilingual staff, handicapped access, and the facility combines the expertise of a major hospital center with the warmth and personalized attention of a 4-bed facility.

About the Staff

The Trinitas Comprehensive Sleep Disorders Center is staffed by experienced, credentialed personnel who are in this field because they care about sleep quality. There are technicians registered by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists as well as the American Association for Respiratory Care. Their training ensures accurate testing results.

Our goal is to make you feel at home as much as we can during your stay at the sleep disorders center. Should you require translation assistance, bilingual technicians and a language bank are available at night and during the day. The staff will follow you even after your test is completed to make sure your problems have been successfully resolved. We are very proud of our team approach and we look forward to helping you or someone you love with our comprehensive services.

Meet Our Director: Vipin Garg, MD, FAASM

Dr. Vipin Garg, Academic Chief of the Pulmonary Division, is the Director of Sleep Disorders Center at Trinitas Regional Medical Center. He is board-certified by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine as a sleep specialist, with additional board certification in pulmonary medicine, critical care, and internal medicine. He is licensed by the states of New Jersey and New York.

Dr. Garg received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Delhi. Upon finishing residency at Coney Island Hospital, he completed a fellowship in pulmonary critical care medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. There, he received the Fellow of the Year award in 2002. He completed his Fellowship in Sleep Disorders Medicine at Sleep Disorders Institute at Saint Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in New York. He was an investigator in multiple research projects related to sleep medicine.

As a pulmonologist, Dr. Garg possesses specialized knowledge and skills in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep-disordered breathing, such as sleep apnea, overlap syndrome, nocturnal hypoventilation, nocturnal cough, nocturnal hypoxemia, and more.

As Medical Director of the Sleep Center, Dr. Garg has been personally involved in every aspect of the Sleep Disorders Center's operation, including staffing, education of patients and staff, selection of equipment, design of the rooms, and policy/procedure development.