Whereas Landspítali University Hospital in Reykjavik Iceland intends to purchase and implement a new Nurse Call System in Landspítali. Manufacturers, importers and/or Icelandic distributors of Nurse Call Systems that meet the described criteria are invited for a market dialogue in accordance with art. 45 of the Icelandic Act on Public Procurement.
The Nurse Call System is intended to be used generally at Landspítali University Hospital.
The purchase is intended to be made over the next 4 years (2018-2022) with the possibility of purchasing a part of the system in 2017 for a Pilot Project in 2 wards.
— A state of the art patient-staff communication solution.
— Meet nurse call system regulatory and compliance standards including VDE 0834.
— Icelandic distributor and support.
— References of implementation in Nordic high-tech hospitals.
The State Trading Centre of Iceland (Ríkiskaup) will announce and administer the process of purchase.
Companies that produce and deliver such systems are with this announcement invited to inform on the technical specifications and state of the art of the Nurse Call System that are of interest for preparing for this project. These companies are urged to have a presentation of the products that fulfills the abovementioned requirements.
Those interested should the latest of 30.10.2017, send an application for participation in an introductory meeting to the e-mail email@example.com marked:
‘ Nurse Call System in Landspitali, University Hospital of Iceland — Application for an introduction meeting’.
Each company accepted will have approximately 1 hour for introduction and discussion.
The introduction meetings are preferred to be scheduled in week 44 — 46 in 2017. Suitable days in those weeks will be negotiated. Due to short notice, interested partners are urged indicate their interest as soon as possible.
The purpose of these introductory meetings is to have thorough information on the state of the art Nurse Call System delivered from the producers.
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