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Health services

NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group | Published February 11, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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85100000

NHS Shared Business Services, on behalf of NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), are inviting suitably qualified and experienced Providers to submit tenders for the provision of maternity services from a free-standing midwife-led unit (FMU) in Salford.

NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (the ‘Contracting Authority’) is offering a contract to the successful Bidder to provide midwife-led services that are compliant with national guidance and best practice. The service must provide for the health needs of women and their right to patient choice.

The main objectives of the service will be to improve/optimise outcomes for women and their families. Providers will ensure that services will be woman centred, based around the known needs and views of local families working in partnership with other services to ensure unknown needs are met for women and their families, and will fully respect diversity and cultural difference.

Health services

NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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85100000

NHS Shared Business Services, on behalf of NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), are inviting suitably qualified and experienced Providers to submit tenders for the provision of maternity services from a free-standing midwife-led unit (FMU) in Salford.

NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (the ‘Contracting Authority’) is offering a contract to the successful Bidder to provide midwife-led services that are compliant with national guidance and best practice. The service must provide for the health needs of women and their right to patient choice.

The main objectives of the service will be to improve/optimise outcomes for women and their families. Providers will ensure that services will be woman centred, based around the known needs and views of local families working in partnership with other services to ensure unknown needs are met for women and their families, and will fully respect diversity and cultural difference.

NHS Shared Business Services, on behalf of NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), are inviting suitably qualified and experienced Providers to submit tenders for the provision of maternity services from a free-standing midwife-led unit (FMU) in Salford.

NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (the ‘Contracting Authority’) is offering a contract to the successful Bidder to provide midwife-led services that are compliant with national guidance and best practice. The service must provide for the health needs of women and their right to patient choice.

The main objectives of the service will be to improve/optimise outcomes for women and their families. Providers will ensure that services will be woman centred, based around the known needs and views of local families working in partnership with other services to ensure unknown needs are met for women and their families, and will fully respect diversity and cultural difference.

Services will explicitly target inequalities in health, and aim to meet the needs of vulnerable or excluded groups. Services will provide holistic care acknowledging that pregnancy, birth and breast feeding are essentially normal physiological processes. Integrated care pathways will ensure information sharing, collaborative working and seamless transfer between services.

Service delivery covers the following aspects of maternity provision:

— Ante-natal care;

— Antenatal and new born screening;

— Intra-partum care;

— Post-natal care for mother, baby and family.

The service will be available to all pregnant women registered with a GP in Salford, Bolton and Wigan. Women can self-refer and referrals will also be accepted from GPs and other health professionals including Health Visitors. Full details of the Service are provided within the Service Specification.

The existing FMU based on the Salford Royal site will close in 2017. The CCG is working closely with Salford City Council to provide alternative FMU premises and have identified a council owned site in Salford. Work is in hand to transform the current building into a new FMU that will become a community hub. The City Council will ensure that the structure of the building is fit for purpose and will meet the standard requirements in terms of scale and quality. The design of décor and detailed fit out will be undertaken by the provider; this will include removable equipment e.g. beds/birthing pools etc.

The Services to which this Procurement relates fall within Schedule 3 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the ‘Regulations’).

As such, the procurement of the Services is being run as a bespoke, single-stage application process akin to the Open Procedure. Bidders wishing to express an interest should register their interest on the EU Supply Website to access the documentation. To register on EU Supply please log on to the following website: https://nhssbs.eu-supply.com and look for tender reference number 26705. For support registering on EU Supply and downloading the ITT Documentation please contact the e-Tendering help desk on 0800 840 2050 or support@eu-supply.com.

MARKET ENGAGEMENT - Urology Products and Associated Support Provision

N H S SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES | Published February 21, 2017
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NHS Shared Business Services invites suppliers to a pre-tender Market Engagement event in advance of the upcoming tender for Urology Products and Associated Support Provision. The aim of the event will be to engage with Dispensing Appliance Contractors in the Urology market, and allow you an opportunity to gain a clearer understanding of NHS SBS's aims and objectives with the new tender. The Market Engagement event will involve a presentation around the project from the SBS Procurement team in conjunction with the Urology & Continence Clinical team. This will be followed by an opportunity for suppliers to raise and discuss any questions or queries they may have for the Procurement and Clinical team around the tender process or the tender itself. The date for the Supplier Open day is: Monday 20th March 2017 13.00 - 15.00 Venue details for the event will be supplied by email once you have registered your interest. To reserve your place please confirm your attendance by sending an email to rabia_khan@nhs.net by no later than 12.00pm on Wednesday 15th March 2017, and providing the name and contact details of the attendee from your organisation. Please note that this exercise is not part of a selection process and is no indication of a commitment to participate in a procurement process nor does it infer any special status on those suppliers who do submit an interest. This notice does not commit NHS Shared Business Services to undertake the procurement of Urology Products and Associated Support Provision and NHS Shared Business Services has the right to withdraw the notice.

Provision of Apprenticeship Training Services

NHS Shared Business Services | Published February 21, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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80000000

NHS Shared Business Services (SBS) is setting up a framework agreement akin to a Dynamic Purchasing System for the provision of Apprenticeships to the NHS and other public sector bodies who pay the Apprenticeship Levy across England. The agreement will last for an initial period of 4 years and is open to providers who have qualified to join the Skills Funding Agency Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP) only. NHS SBS will evaluate applications at set dates aligned to the RoATP. NHS SBS is holding a webinar at 14.00 on 28 February 2017 to brief Apprenticeship Providers about the opportunity and provide instructions on the qualification requirements. Please contact Greg Reide at greg_reide@nhs.net if you wish to register your organisation for the webinar.

The Provision of Maternity Services from a Free-Standing Midwife-Led Unit (FMU) in Salford

NHS Shared Business Services | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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85000000

NHS Shared Business Services, on behalf of NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), are inviting suitably qualified and experienced Providers to submit tenders for The Provision of Maternity Services from a Free-Standing Midwife-Led Unit (FMU) in Salford. NHS Salford CCG (the "Contracting Authority") is offering a contract for 3 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years, to the successful Bidder to provide Midwife-Led Services that are compliant with national guidance and best practice. The service must provide for the health needs of women and their right to patient choice. The main objectives of the service will be to improve/optimise outcomes for women and their families. Providers will ensure that services will be woman centred, based around the known needs and views of local families working in partnership with other services to ensure unknown needs are met for women and their families, and will fully respect diversity and cultural difference. Services will explicitly target inequalities in health, and aim to meet the needs of vulnerable or excluded groups. Services will provide holistic care acknowledging that pregnancy, birth and breast feeding are essentially normal physiological processes. Integrated care pathways will ensure information sharing, collaborative working and seamless transfer between services. Service delivery covers the following aspects of maternity provision: •	Ante-natal care •	Antenatal and new born screening •	Intra-partum care •	Post-natal care for mother, baby and family The service will be available to all pregnant women registered with a GP in Salford, Bolton and Wigan. Women can self-refer and referrals will also be accepted from GPs and other health professionals including Health Visitors. Full details of the Service are provided within the Service Specification. The existing FMU based on the Salford Royal site will close in 2017. The CCG is working closely with Salford City Council to provide alternative FMU premises and have identified a council owned site in Salford. Work is in hand to transform the current building into a new FMU that will become a community hub. Salford City Council will ensure that the structure of the building is fit for purpose and will meet the standard requirements in terms of scale and quality. The design of décor and detailed fit out will be undertaken by the Provider; this will include removable equipment e.g. beds/birthing pools etc. The Services to which this Procurement relates fall within Schedule 3 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the "Regulations"). As such, the procurement of the Services is being run as a bespoke, single-stage application process akin to the Open Procedure.
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