Please complete this form for your Vascular Anomalies Team; please communicate with other team members prior to submission to guarantee there is only one submission from each team. Once submitted and approved, your team’s name, location, contact details, number of specialists and patient base (adults, children or both) will be posted online for members and the public to view.
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We recognize that there is no fixed definition of what constitutes a multidisciplinary team and therefore we will provide some flexibility in deciding which teams meet the below criteria, which are based on the guiding principle that patients and referring practitioners do not necessarily know which specialty is the most appropriate for them. Therefore, we believe a multidisciplinary team is a location where patients can be referred to a single contact point (coordinator), knowing that the team will allocate their care to the specialist most appropriate to their specific problem. As such, we do not believe that a site such as a private practice where a single practitioner sees all referrals, and refers on to other specialties as required, constitutes a multidisciplinary team. We have provisionally defined a multidisciplinary team as one which: