Posted on: May 19, 2008
Event designed to introduce local physicians to new facility
On April 30, SleepQuest opened the doors of its newest facility in San Carlos, welcoming doctors located within a 20 mile radius to their open house. SleepQuest’s entire staff was on hand to mingle with guests and provide tours of the office.
Over two dozen local area doctors were in attendance to learn about SleepQuest’s services and the benefits of the new facility.
“We had a variety of physician specialties attend, from primary care physicians to sleep doctors,” said Robert Koenigsberg, SleepQuest President and CEO. “We really wanted to show off the new facility to the physician community so they could see how we provide services for their sleep apnea patients.”
Koenigsberg was quite pleased with the response they received. The event served as a great way to get the SleepQuest name out amongst the physician community.
“We wanted to show our appreciation for the referrals they send to us and our resulting success,” said Koenigsberg. “As physicians begin to better understand how we serve their patients, they are able to explain to their patients how we can provide a wide array of services and products to meet their needs.”
Many were impressed by the way the patient rooms were organized to display a wide variety of CPAP devices and masks. Others appreciated the well-planned flow of the facility.
“I have referred patients to SleepQuest for over ten years and I am not surprised by the steady growth of the company,” said Dr. Joseph Prendergast one of the physicians in attendance. “SleepQuest continues to provide unmatched service and care to patients suffering from sleep apnea.”
SleepQuest expects to have another successful open house when the new San Francisco office opens in early July.
“We want to hold events for the physician community each time we open or relocate one of our offices,” said Koenigsberg. “Physicians do not have a lot of free time, but getting the word out about how SleepQuest can assist their patients is what is most important.”