Our History


This Sleep Center site has developed over many years.  It is the result of decades of  clinical experience by our medical director, Robert G. Hooper, MD.   The site first appeared in late 2001 as the site for the first physician owned and directed, accredited, sleep-testing center in Arizona.  Over the years the center evolved to one  of the leading comprehensive sleep medical practices and testing centers in Arizona.  Awards followed with recognition as a top sleep physician for seven consecutive years. Time passed, regulations accumulated, reimbursements declined, and insurance began directing care, all of which led to the closure of the clinical practice and testing services.

The site continues in order to provide guidance to people who are experiencing sleep problems.  We hope the information and resources here lead to better sleep for those who use the site.

Now as time allows, we will be providing frequent updates to the site and frequent postings.

The only major change in our site has been how it is supported.  You may or may not experience ads.  They appear in order to help pay for the cost of the project.

Patient Records

What Our Patients Said

We are proud of our service and our facility. During 2015, our quality surveys report a 98% favorable response. Here is what some of our patients have to say about The Sleep Center, P.C.

Very homey feeling in sleep center room! Good environment for study.

Previous Events

Community Speaking Engagements
As a physician-owned accredited sleep center we are committed to community education. To meet our objectives of increased patient and community awareness and knowledge of sleep disorders, Dr. Hooper provides presentations to groups and organizations.


Scottsdale Healthcare at Barnes and Noble
Scottsdale Healthcare at Fountain Hills
Arizona Science Center
Scottsdale Healthcare at Barnes and Noble
Civic Center Library
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine
Sleep Disorders
Sleepless in Scottsdale
Sleep Disorders
Sleep and Sleep Disorders
Sleepless in Scottsdale
Sleep Well
Grand Rounds: Sleep Medicine

Updated January 2020