About us

About Intus Healthcare

Intus Healthcare pioneered in-home sleep tests over a decade ago, and have since helped over 100,000 customers with their sleep.

We specialise in providing a professional sleep test service to those who suspect they have Sleep Apnoea, and high quality therapy equipment to those who have had it confirmed.

Our sleep test service have been built around the needs of patients, and we therefore ensure that all our tests meet the highest standards.

All of our tests meet the following criteria:

Confidentiality - your results are only sent to you. Not your GP, the DVLA, or anyone else. 

Professionalism we guarantee every test is scored by a qualified sleep professional with a minimum of five years experience.

Trust - the sleep professionals are all independent of Intus Healthcare and not incentivised to provide a particular result.

Speed - we return results within 7 days of the equipment being received back - and refund 10% for every day we go over this deadline.

Accuracy - we use WatchPat devices for all our tests. No device has more clinical-validation for its accuracy for in-home testing. 

Experience we have been providing sleep tests for over a decade and understand the needs and concerns of those with sleep problems.

Value - you may find cheaper tests, but none will meet the above criteria, which we know are essential to patients who want accurate, honest results quickly.

You do not need to take our word for it; our TrustPilot score is consistently above 9.5/10, with over 95% of customers rating us as "Excellent" or "Great". 

Intus Healthcare also provide sleep testing services and therapy equipment to over one hundred NHS hospitals across the UK. We are respected members of the ARTP (Association for Respiratory Technology and Physiology) and BSS (British Sleep Society) professional bodies in our field. 

Intus Healthcare are wholly owned by Baywater Healthcare, who provide care for over 100,000 patients in the UK on behalf of the NHS.

Concerned you may have Sleep Apnoea? 

Read "Should I take a Sleep Test?"

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