Henry Ford sleep medicine doctor, Virginia Skiba, MD

Virginia Skiba, MD

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Specialties: Sleep Medicine, Neurology

Services: Sleep Disorders

Board Certification and Education

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology - Neurology
  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology - Sleep Medicine

Education

  • University of Michigan, MI, 2004

Residencies & Internships

Fellowships

  • University of Michigan, Sleep Medicine, MI, 2014

About Me

I specialize in a variety of sleep disorders with a focus in restless leg syndrome, REM sleep behavior disorder, and sleep problems in cognitive decline, dementia and stroke.

Biographical Statement

Dr. Skiba graduated with Highest Distinction from the University of Michigan in 1999. She received her Medical Doctor degree in 2004 when she graduated with Distinction from the University of Michigan Medical School. She spent the next 9 years of her career serving in the United States Navy, where she completed an Internal Medicine Internship and Neurology Residency. Dr. Skiba then completed a Sleep Medicine Fellowship at the University of Michigan. In 2014 she joined the Sleep Disorders Center team at the Henry Ford Health System.

Her clinical and research interests have included looking at sleep disordered breathing in various population. She is active in graduate medical education, as well as state and national sleep societies to advance the awareness of healthy sleep and sleep disorders.

Dr. Skiba likes to spend time with her family and explore the outdoors, as well as focus on dog training.

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Care Philosophy

I believe that we all need to be empowered to take an active role in managing our health and medical problems. My goal is to provide comprehensive sleep medicine care to adults and children not only by staying up to date on the latest developments in the field, but also by keeping patients informed and engaged in their diagnostic and treatment process.

Languages

English, Polish

Gender

Female
Blog Posts
  • Is Your Teen Sleep Deprived?

    Many teens aren't getting the sleep they need due to a variety of biological factors that are often in conflict with their school and social schedules. How to help your teen sleep better.

  • Snoring 101: Harmless Habit or Sign of a Health Issue?

    Do you snore? Or are you awoken at night by a partner's snoring? A sleep medicine specialist gives a crash course on this common sleep condition.

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Locations

Henry Ford Medical Center - Sterling Heights
3500 15 Mile Rd
Sterling Hgts, MI 48310

Hospital Privileges

  • Henry Ford Hospital
  • Henry Ford Macomb Hospital - Clinton Township
  • Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital

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