RD&E ‘rapid access clinic for Paediatric Dietitian referral for infants with cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA)

The RD&E are providing a new ‘rapid access clinic’, which aims to see new referrals for suspected CMPA within 2 weeks.

Please refer infants you suspect to have symptoms of CMPA. We will see breast fed and formula fed infants, and provide recommendations for formula prescriptions where appropriate, thereby reducing the need for this to be initiated in primary care.

Please continue to refer infants with confirmed CMPA.

For the management of CMPA and any other related issue, please refer to your local guidance in addition to considering the following:

Referral

Referral

You can refer to this service via e-referrals (see referral instructions below), or by completing the form below and return to rde-tr.CMPAdietitian@nhs.net.

Referral Instructions

Refer via DRSS:

e-Referral Service Selection

  • Specialty: Children and adolescent
  • Clinic Type: Other medical
  • Service: Paediatric Dietetics-Referral Assessment Service-Dietetic-Department-RDE-RH8

Referral Form

Paediatric Dietitian referral form for infants with cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA)

Supporting Information

This guideline has been signed off on behalf of NHS Devon CCG.

Publication date: July 2021

Publication date: July 2021

Last updated: 17-09-2021

 

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