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Advanced Collaborative Care Planning Referral

Perinatal and neonatal senior practice leaders work with relevant interdisciplinary team members and the patient and/ or newborns with more complex needs to create an Advanced Collaborative Care Plan (ACCP) –formerly known as Complex Care Planning. 

Referrals form

Referrals process

Referrals must be submitted by the Most Responsible Provider (MRP).  

Requests for ACCP must be submitted at least 8 weeks prior to the anticipated delivery date.  

All documentation must be submitted with the ACCP Request, including: 
  • Antenatal Records Part 1 and 2
  • Consultation Reports
  • Relevant diagnostic testing results.  
SOURCE: Advanced Collaborative Care Planning Referral ( )
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