RMS Clinical Referral Guidelines
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The NHS Kernow RMS Clinical Referral Guidelines included on this website are focused primarily for GP use. If you are a Patient and have any queries about your condition please contact your GP Surgery or click here for further information.
The included information is intended as guidance. If using your clinical judgement to refer contrary to this guidance please state you reasoning clearly and explain what you want from the consultation.
These guidelines have been produced by the NHS Kernow RMS in partnership with other specialists from the local CIOS health community; the guidelines and pathways have been localised and are protected by copyright law. Requests to copy the guidelines, or any part of the RMS website, please use the Contact Us page.
It should be noted that guidelines are updated all the time and printed copies may quickly become out of date.
The information contained on this website is of a general nature. Although we seek to provide accurate and up to date information , there can be no guarantee that the information is accurate on the day it is received or that it will continue to be accurate in the future. We do not accept responsibility for any errors. This is particularly so with regards to drug interactions suggested doses side effects and interactions which should always be guided by an appropriate national formulary.