People grow a lot in 13 years, and a successful business is no different. SleepQuest, the leader in at-home diagnostic sleep testing and sleep apnea treatment, is alleviating the growing pains which accompany rapid growth by moving into new corporate offices.
Recently named one of INC. Magazine’s 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America, SleepQuest has moved it headquarters from Redwood City to a more accommodating facility in San Carlos, California. The company’s new sign is visible along the busy Highway 101 thoroughfare, providing what SleepQuest President Robert Koenigsberg calls “100,000 impressions a day.”
“I’m tremendously excited about our move,” said Koenigsberg. “The continued high demand for our services requires us to expand our offices. This is perfectly situated for our needs, giving SleepQuest greater access to current and future customers in the Bay Area and beyond.”
The new location will also serve as a new field office, designed with special attention to patient privacy. “The waiting room in this new building is completely separate from the corporate side, offering enhanced comfort for our patients,” said Koenigsberg.
In-Home Sleep Testing and Sleep Apnea Treatment Boom
The timing of the move is also important. Congress is poised to approve Medicare payment for in-home sleep testing and sleep apnea treatment, which is expected to boost SleepQuest’s business exponentially on top of the existing growth. “Providing access to care for millions of sleep apnea sufferers has been a challenge up to this point”, says William C. Dement, Chief Scientific Advisor to SleepQuest since 1999. “I am excited to see that patients will have increased access to SleepQuest’s successful pathway of care.”
“With the ever-increasing demand for in-home sleep testing and sleep apnea treatment, SleepQuest opened this office to meet the needs of our expanding patient population,” said Koenigsberg. SleepQuest also serves patients via field offices in Fresno and Salinas.
As business grows throughout 2008, SleepQuest looks to expand its reach and provide greater service for those in need of in-home sleep testing and sleep apnea treatment. “Sleep deprivation has become such a hot topic,” said Koenigsberg. “We’ve diagnosed thousands of patients with our unique care model in 13 years of business. Our new location can only help us treat patients throughout the state.”