Recognition of sleep apnea is increasing. Analysis of trends in two large, representative databases of outpatient practice. Namen AM, Chatterjee A, Huang KE, Feldman SR, Haponik EF.. . 2016;13(11):2027-2034.
Do I snore 50: a preoperative sleep questionnaire derived from hospital complications [abstract]. Namen AM, Forest D, Chatterjee A, Ahmad Z, Kumar S, Huang K, Pickens AW, Haponik EF.. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2016;193():A2512.
Do I snore 50: a sleep questionnaire that predicts major complications in the hospitalized elderly population [abstract]. Pickens AW, Namen AM, Forest D, Huang K, Williams JA, Wyderski RJ, Hazzard WR, Haponik EF.. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2016;193():A2513.
Identifying risk for obstructive sleep apnea in an inpatient population [abstract]. Pickens AW, Namen AM, Wyderski RJ, Williams JA, Huang K, Hazzard WR, Haponik EF.. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2016;193():A2514.
Update on geriatric sleep disorders [abstract]. McCall WV, Namen A, Reynolds CF III.. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2015;23(3 Suppl):S34.
Physician-reports of sleep apnea in the United States: the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (namcs) [abstract]. Namen AM, Chatterjee AB, Huang KA, Feldman SR, Ahmad Z, Haponik E.. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2015;191():A3554.
Physician-reporting sleep apnea in the preoperative clinics: the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (namcs) [abstract]. Namen AM, Haponik E, Huang KA, Feldman SR, Forest DJ, Chatterjee A.. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2015;191():A3555.
Update on geriatric sleep disorders [abstract]. McDonald WM, McCall WV, Namen AM, Bliwise DL.. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2014;22(3 Suppl):S37.
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this provider has called me during off hours to follow up on my questions or condition
I have driven from Florida for 3 years to see this provider. He is the TOP of his field & cleared my pulmonary problems when no one in Jacksonville could. I will continue to see this provider every time I need too.
Dr. Namen was so friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. He was patient and spent enough time explaining things and listened well. I had a great experience during my appointment!
Even though *Dr. Namen spent sufficient time w/me, I forgot to ask him a question & he was very nice about returning to me to answer.
Great experience with Dr.Namen would highly recommend to everyone.
I would highly recommend *Dr. Namen.
Even though he had a patient in ICU who needed attention, he took time with me and did not make me feel he was in a rush. Probably the nicest doctor I have been in contact with.
*Dr. Nemen is a ward, caring physician. I have total confidence is his care.
I respect *Dr. Namen VERY much. I have the utmost confidence in him and I recommend Wake Forest to anyone who asks.
*Dr. Namen is a wonderful, very trustworthy and superb pulmonary doctor!
*Dr. Namen is caring, professional and a great doctor - A+ overall.