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Expertise centre and treatment centre


Expertise centre and treatment centre

An expertise centre is a hospital where the healthcare providers have a lot of knowledge about a (rare) disease. The various care providers involved in the examinations and treatments, work together in a team.
You don’t always have to go to the expertise centre for all treatments and advice. You could just go once a year for check-ups. The care providers in the expertise centre can pass on their advice to your own healthcare provide in a treatment centre near you. The rest of the healthcare needed, can be provided by the care providers in your area.

 
Did you know that…
The AMC in Amsterdam has been officially designated as an expertise centre for children with MSS since 2015? You can be referred to this expertise centre by the healthcare provider you are in contact with. You can also email the centre of expertise: marshallsmith@amc.uva.nl

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