Experts in All Aspects of Sleep Treatments – so You Can Sleep Better, Faster! Award-winning Doctors and Medical Researchers.
Jordan Stern, MD
Dr. Stern is a New York Times best-selling author and award-winning Head and Neck Surgeon, board certified in Otolaryngology and Sleep Medicine.
Zuzana Belisova, MD
Dr. Belisova is board certified in Neurology and Sleep Medicine. She is on Faculty at NYU Medical Center and is the director of the Manhattan VA Sleep center.
Dr Chaimaa Raghay
Dr. Raghay focuses on sleep apnea insomnia, and CPAP patient education. She also leads BlueSleep's clinical operations.
Alicia Jackson, DDS
Dr. Jackson supervises the delivery of care through telemedicine for our patients treated with oral appliance therapy for sleep apnea. Her experience spans the full spectrum of virtual care from home impressions to home delivery of custom made oral appliances for sleep apnea.
Hal Alpert, MD
Dr. Alpert is board certified in Sleep Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, and has over 30 years experience in diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.
Ewa Koziorynska, MD
Dr. Koziorynska is a board certified Neurologist and Sleep Specialist with over 20 years experience. Dr Koziorynska is former assistant professor of Neurology at NYU Medical center. She obtained her postgraduate training in Sleep medicine and epilepsy at Yale and NYU medical centers.
Kiwon Lee, DDS
Dr. Kiwon Lee is a diplomate of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, and is co-investigator with Dr. Stern on the first study evaluating compliance of oral appliance therapy using embedded digital compliance trackers.
Claudia Neeley, PA
Claudia has over 20 years experience as a registered Physician Assistant, and is now specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep apnea and other sleep disorders at our NYC centers and through telemedicine.
Anyssa Frasier assists the BlueSleep team with patient education on oral appliance therapy, appliance fittings, and 3D digital scans. Anyssa loves to help BlueSleep patients improve their sleep habits to help them be the best they can be during the day.