This case involves a 73-year-old male who was to undergo polysomnography under the suspicion of sleep apnea. He went for an evaluation by a nurse practitioner and was instructed to return for an overnight stay. The patient stated he had complaints of night vision problems, glaucoma, and muscle fatigue. Due to the time of day he was supposed to report for the overnight stay, the nurse practitioner instructed the patient that he was to enter the facility through the side entrance since the front entrance would be closed. When the patient arrived, there was minimal lighting available and he had to take the stairs to get to the side entrance. He subsequently fell on the steps and sustained a severe head injury. It was revealed that the sleep study center has previously made accommodations for patients like this so that they could enter the front entrance as they are at higher risk for this type of incident.