The minimum MDT team would comprise an HIV specialist, obstetrician, specialist midwife and paediatrician, with the recommendation of peer- and voluntary-sector support. All efforts should be made to involve the woman’s GP and health visitor. It may be necessary to involve some of the following: patient advocates, social workers, legal advocacy, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, counsellors, health advisors, Citizens Advice Bureau workers, interpreters, community midwives, clinical nurse specialists and health visitors.Reassurance about confidentiality is extremely important, especially regarding family members and friends who may not know the diagnosis but are intimately involved with the pregnancy.Since 1st October 2012, HIV patients have not had to meet any residency requirement in order to access treatment. It is freely available regardless of immigration status. No hospital should refuse treatment for HIV-positive pregnant women to prevent transmission of HIV to the baby.