I originally went to the UW sleep center after researching sleep doctors online. I went there for the original consult and met with a nurse. She had me watch a video, answered a few questions and then scheduled me for a sleep study.
The rooms are not comfortable, there is a helicopter that takes off on the other side of the wall, and sheets are motel 6. I also had the experience of having multiple researcher students come in and for questions etc.- it is a research facility after all.
After the study. I heard nothing from neither a doctor nor a nurse. I finally received a call from a scheduling agent telling me to come in to get fitted for a cpap.
At this point I scheduled an appointment with another sleep doctor at another facility- one where I could actually speak to a doctor.