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CANNON STREET THI - RFQ 14091310

 | Published July 29, 2016  -  Deadline August 16, 2016
cpvs
45233000

Creation of Shared Space environment, consisting of flush construction of footway and carriageway using high quality paving materials.

Health and social work services

NHS England North (Lancashire) | Published September 23, 2016
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85000000

NHS England Lancashire (North) wishes to receive the views of interested providers on a proposed Zero Tolerance Patient Scheme. The purpose of this service is to deliver high quality general medical primary care within a secure environment across identified areas within the Lancashire footprint, to accommodate patients who have demonstrated challenging or aggressive behaviour in their GP Practice.

Enhanced Dental Training Practice Service.

NHS Greater Manchester Commissioning Support Unit | Published May 12, 2015
cpvs
85130000

NHS England — Lancashire and Greater Manchester Area Team and North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) wishes to engage with potential providers through a Request for Information (RFI) process in relation of a proposed procurement of an Enhanced Dental Training Service within the Morecambe/Heysham area. The clinical objective of the NHS England Lancashire and Greater Manchester Area Team is to deliver high quality clinical services; in relation to NHS dentistry, as: Patient-centred and value for money, primary dental care services, delivered in a safe and effective manner, through a learning environment, which includes the continuing professional development of dentists and other dental professionals. There are three key clinical principles that underpin this clinical objective. These principles form the basis of the clinical quality requirements. The principles are: — Services should be patient-centred; — Services must be delivered safely, and through a learning environment; and — Services must be effective; The links between, and the integration of, the 3 clinical principles are vital to provide clinical oversight, ensure the maintenance of patient safety and provide a framework through which there is continuous clinical quality improvement. The service will also host an Enhanced Training environment for students from the Dental Education Centre in line with the Dental curriculum of the University of Central Lancashire. Potential Providers are requested to complete the RFI documentation by 12:00 noon 20.5.2015 via the In-Tend portal. Following receipt of the RFI responses providers will be invited to 1:1 sessions with NHS England Lancashire and Greater Manchester Area Team to be held the week commencing of 1.6.2015. NECS is managing the RFI process for and on behalf of NHS England — Lancashire and Greater Manchester Area Team. NECS is utilising an electronic tendering tool to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers. Accordingly, all communications and submissions will be conducted via the In-Tend Portal, https://in-tendhost.co.uk/necs It is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day. A dedicated help desk is available should potential providers have any queries about, or problems with, the portal; +44 8442728810 (Monday to Friday 8:00 to 17:00) / support@in-tend.co.uk Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=153630

Social work services with accommodation

Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust | Published January 10, 2017
Winner
Richmond Fellowship
cpvs
85311000, 98341000

The Authority (Lancashire Care) would like to work in partnership with a provider in the provision of 2 crisis houses for up to 6 people (each) to stay for up to 7 nights. Support will be available to individuals 24 hours per day, every day of the year using a co-produced, person centred recovery approach, working closely with clinical teams. The service would be accessed via the Authority's Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment teams (CRHTT) with referral facilitated 24/7 by waking night staff provision. The service will be delivered in a home from home environment in a spacious property including 1 to 1 support and group work. Upon leaving the service, people would be offered access to on line therapeutic tools to support their transition. The Authority is seeking a partner to provide 2 such ‘Crisis House’ settings in or conveniently located near to Chorley and Burnley.

The Authority would like to work in partnership with a provider in the provision of 2 crisis houses for up to 6 people (each) to stay for up to 7 nights. Support will be available to individuals 24 hours per day, every day of the year using a co-produced, person centred recovery approach, working closely with clinical teams. The service would be accessed via the Authority's Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment teams (CRHTT) with referral facilitated 24/7 by waking night staff provision. The service will be delivered in a home from home environment in a spacious property including 1 to 1 support and group work. Upon leaving the service, people would be offered access to on line therapeutic tools to support their transition. The Authority is seeking a partner to provide 2 such ‘Crisis House’ settings in or conveniently located near to Chorley and Burnley.

Health and social work services

NHS England North (Lancashire) | Published May 6, 2017
Winner
PDS Medical Ltd
cpvs
85000000, 85121000

NHS England North (Lancashire) have commissioned a Provider to deliver a Zero Tolerance Scheme, a GP service for people who currently have a restriction on using mainstream GP services.

The purpose of the scheme is to ensure that patients who have presented in a GP Practice with challenging and sometimes violent behaviour can receive high-quality medical provision within a secure environment, which will be accessible to patients on the scheme across the 5 Local Development Plan areas of Lancashire. The footprint may be extended at a later date to reflect a boundary change that will include South Cumbria. The Scheme will be delivered via an APMS contract.

The procurement was facilitated by NECS (North England Commissioning Support).

An electronic tendering tool was used to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers.

NHS England North (Lancashire) have commissioned a Provider to deliver a Zero Tolerance Scheme, a GP service for people who currently have a restriction on using mainstream GP services.

The purpose of the scheme is to ensure that patients who have presented in a GP Practice with challenging and sometimes violent behaviour can receive high-quality medical provision within a secure environment, which will be accessible to patients on the scheme across the 5 Local Development Plan areas of Lancashire. The footprint may be extended at a later date to reflect a boundary change that will include South Cumbria. The Scheme will be delivered via an APMS contract.

The procurement was facilitated by NECS (North England Commissioning Support).

NECS utilised an electronic tendering tool to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers.

Social work services with accommodation

Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust | Published September 8, 2016  -  Deadline September 20, 2016
cpvs

The Authority would like to work in partnership with a provider in the provision of 2 crisis houses for up to 6 people (each) to stay for up to 7 nights. Support will be available to individuals 24 hours per day, every day of the year using a co-produced, person centred recovery approach, working closely with clinical teams. The service would be accessed via the Authority's Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment teams (CRHTT) with referral facilitated 24/7 by waking night staff provision. The service will be delivered in a home from home environment in a spacious property including one to one support and group work. Upon leaving the service, people would be offered access to on line therapeutic tools to support their transition. The Authority is seeking a partner to provide 2 such ‘Crisis House’ settings in or conveniently located near to Chorley and Burnley.

West Lancashire Community Beds Service

Lancashire County Council | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2016
Winner
Not awarded, abandoned.
cpvs
85000000

To provide a safe supportive environment where service users can achieve their full potential through a period of recuperation and rehabilitation, during which assessment of the persons' longer term needs can take place.

LPS CARE - North Lancashire Community Beds Service - RFQ 12233289

Lancashire County Council | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 29, 2016
Winner
No supplier awarded.
cpvs
85000000

To provide a safe supportive environment where service user's can achieve their full potential through a period of recuperation and rehabilitation, during which assessment of the persons longer term needs can take place.

West Lancashire Community Beds Service - RFQ 13430305

Lancashire County Council | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline June 14, 2016
Winner
No supplier awarded
cpvs
85000000

To provide a safe, supportive, environment where service users can achieve their full potential through a period of recuperation and rehabilitation during which assessment of the person's longer term needs can take place.

Student Relationship Management System.

University of Central Lancashire | Published October 9, 2015
Winner
Hobson's PLC
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48000000, 48445000, 48100000, 72227000, 72221000

The University is seeking to procure a student relationship management system which can deliver the following: — To provide a system and associated business processes that will support the university to reach its retention benchmarks. — To provide a system which will enable the use of online forms/self service facilities, workflow management, task assignment and follow up to manage and track student engagement. — To provide dashboards of student information for personal tutors and other interested groups, such as Course Leaders. — To capture information related to student interactions across Schools and Services; and retain a case history for each student. — To provide reporting/analytics on student profiles/activity/data; to include student engagement/retention predictive analytics based on multiple factors. — To improve related business processes ensuring they are effective and efficient. — To provide an appointment booking facility (desirable, but not essential). In terms of the technical environment, the majority of servers are virtual and hosted on the university VMWare 5.1 U1 infrastructure, with enterprise-class SAN and interconnect networking. LIS standard server platforms are as follows: — Windows 2012 R2 Enterprise edition — Linux RHEL 5 or 6 Supported database platforms are as follows: — Oracle 11.2 — Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (2008R2 is also supported) — Client Approximately 5000 University client PCs running a secured Windows 7 image. Client software applications are deployed via SCCM 2012. Load Balancing. The university uses a Netscalar hardware load balancing solution. General. The University would prefer a solution which is compatible with the above platforms and in addition, provides the following: 1. Single Sign On Authentication support: LDAP, ActiveDirectory or Shibboleth. 2. Mobile device support across multiple OS e.g. IOS, Android and Windows Mobile. 3. The product should support resilience at as many levels as possible, i.e support database replication and VMWare VMotion etc. 4. Ideally the solution should be tested and certified to operate on a VMWare 5.1 U2 environment and will also consider a SaaS environment as appropriate. Further Information. Student data is currently stored in many systems including the University Student Records System (Ellucian Banner), Agresso, TALIS, Blackboard, SAM (Student Attendance Monitoring system), Sentry (library Access control system), Syllabus Plus (Timetabling system), FIM/User Reg (Identity Management systems), OCAM (Accommodation system) and WhereScape Red data warehouse. It is expected that the system will display data held in such systems and will allow the entry of additional data by various User Groups. This is a open EU procurement process. The ITT and full specification and supporting documents can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University"s e-tendering system https://intendhost.co.uk/universitycentrallancs/aspx/Home If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend portal. Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. The closing date for return of the tender is 9.7.2015 at 12 noon (UK time).

Student Relationship Management System.

University of Central Lancashire | Published June 12, 2015  -  Deadline July 9, 2015
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48000000, 48445000, 48100000, 72227000, 72221000

The University is seeking to procure a student relationship management system which can deliver the following: — To provide a system and associated business processes that will support the university to reach its retention benchmarks. — To provide a system which will enable the use of online forms/self service facilities, workflow management, task assignment and follow up to manage and track student engagement. — To provide dashboards of student information for personal tutors and other interested groups, such as Course Leaders. — To capture information related to student interactions across Schools and Services; and retain a case history for each student. — To provide reporting/analytics on student profiles/activity/data; to include student engagement/retention predictive analytics based on multiple factors. — To improve related business processes ensuring they are effective and efficient. — To provide an appointment booking facility (desirable, but not essential). In terms of the technical environment, the majority of servers are virtual and hosted on the university VMWare 5.1 U1 infrastructure, with enterprise-class SAN and interconnect networking. LIS standard server platforms are as follows: Windows 2012 R2 Enterprise edition Linux RHEL 5 or 6 Supported database platforms are as follows: Oracle 11.2 Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (2008R2 is also supported) Client Approximately 5000 University client PCs running a secured Windows 7 image. Client software applications are deployed via SCCM 2012. Load Balancing The university uses a Netscalar hardware load balancing solution. General The University would prefer a solution which is compatible with the above platforms and in addition, provides the following: 1. Single Sign On Authentication support: LDAP, ActiveDirectory or Shibboleth 2. Mobile device support across multiple OS e.g. IOS, Android and Windows Mobile. 3. The product should support resilience at as many levels as possible, i.e. support database replication and VMWare VMotion etc. 4. Ideally the solution should be tested and certified to operate on a VMWare 5.1 U2 environment and will also consider a SaaS environment as appropriate. Further Information Student data is currently stored in many systems including the University Student Records System (Ellucian Banner), Agresso, TALIS, Blackboard, SAM (Student Attendance Monitoring system), Sentry (library Access control system), Syllabus Plus (Timetabling system), FIM/User Reg (Identity Management systems), OCAM (Accommodation system) and WhereScape Red data warehouse. It is expected that the system will display data held in such systems and will allow the entry of additional data by various User Groups. This is a open EU procurement process. The ITT and full specification and supporting documents can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University"s e-tendering system https://intendhost.co.uk/universitycentrallancs/aspx/Home If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend portal. Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. The closing date for return of the tender is 9.7.2015 at 12:00 (UK time).

Framework Agreement for the Provision of Early Support Services (Emotional Health and Wellbeing) in Lancashire

Lancashire County Council | Published March 6, 2017  -  Deadline January 27, 2017
Winner
Child Action Northwest (CANW)
cpvs
85000000

The purpose of the service is to provide preventative and early intervention support to children and young people with low level emotional health and wellbeing needs, to build their capability and capacity for them to manage challenges/difficulties safely within their home and family environment, and the local community.

Enterprise content management system

Places for People Homes Ltd | Published January 21, 2015
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48000000

The Contracting Authority wishes to store and manage all structured and unstructured electronic content in a consolidated Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system solution. The key drivers are to enable the Contracting Authority to effectively search across its estate of electronic content, to automate the application of its Retention and Disposal policy, to mobilise the access to and production/amendment of content, and to collaborate with third parties and securely share content externally. Therefore, the Contracting Authority is looking to contract with a Service Provider, which can supply, implement, develop, and provide on-going technical support and maintenance of an ECM system solution. The selected Service Provider will be expected to make use of the latest technologies and software developments to add value, and to support the Contracting Authority in delivering its vision. The successful Service Provider will be able to demonstrate significant and proven capabilities and expertise in delivering and supporting all elements of a complex ECM deployment, including the migration of existing structured and unstructured electronic content. The selected solution will be hosted on premise. It must be compatible with the existing IT technical environment and must interface with the relevant operational business applications in order to facilitate document centric work-flows and provide a consolidated storage solution for system generated documentation. The system sought must be fully scalable in order to meet both the current and future needs of the Contracting Authority's dynamic business, which is likely to continue to grow and change, both organically and through mergers and acquisitions.

Provision of Residential Accommodation for the Language Academy.

University of Central Lancashire | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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98341000

The Language Academy at the University of Central Lancashire organises a range of courses for international students, language teachers and professional clients. The majority of the Language Academy's students are undergraduates from UCLan's partner institutions in China, S. Korea and Japan, we also have students from other parts of the world and our clientèle is expanding year on year. In addition to university students, we also run courses for language teachers and other professional people such as business people. In most cases, the Language Academy offers international students and other clients a package consisting of tuition, accommodation and leisure activities. We therefore need a reliable, local provider of high-quality accommodation to meet the sometimes quite exacting requirements of our students and clients. Students will usually stay in the accommodation for periods of between 1 and 8 weeks, though we do sometimes have courses lasting several months. The majority of Language Academy courses take place during UCLan's summer vacation, between late June and the end of August, in addition we have smaller numbers of students requiring accommodation year-round. The highest volume of accommodation required at any one time is likely to be around 160 single rooms in the mid-summer period. We are usually able to provide outline accommodation requirements about 3 months in advance and fairly firm numbers at least a month before the accommodation is required but the nature of our business means that we are not always able to provide completely accurate figures until closer to course dates. We are also looking to source the same type of accommodation, though on a smaller scale, between late January and March, when we run a Winter school for students from S.E. Asia. Highest volume at this time is likely to be 50-60 single rooms. Since accommodation plays such a significant role in an international student's experience here in Preston, we are looking for a provider who has experience of working with international students, is sympathetic to aspects of cultural difference and can provide a welcoming, secure and comfortable environment. The Language Academy at UCLan is seeking an accommodation partner who can meet the following requirements: — Be located within easy walking distance of the UCLan Preston city campus and Preston city centre; — Provide modern, clean, furnished, single occupancy, en-suite, self-catering accommodation for international students and professional people attending Language Academy courses at UCLan; — Have a Reception area, staffed at certain times of day, to deal with enquiries and problems; — Bedroom furniture to include bed, wardrobe, desk, chair and bedside cabinet; — Bathroom fittings to include toilet, shower and washbasin; — Rent to include the provision of bedding and towels, which are changed weekly; — Provide communal kitchen facilities, shared with a maximum of 8 other people; — Kitchen equipment to include microwave, oven, fridge freezer, basic cooking and eating utensils and crockery; — Rent to include all utility bills and cost of high speed broadband access in the bedrooms; — Ensure a safe and secure environment for students with 24/7 security presence and CCTV; — Provide a communal leisure area with TV; — Self-service laundry facilities; — Ensure rapid response to any maintenance problems; — Provide wheelchair access if required. This is an Open EU procurement procedure, the ITT and full specification and supporting documents can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system https://intendhost.co.uk/universitycentrallancs/aspx/Home If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend portal. Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. The closing date for return of the tender is 18.12.2015 at 10:00 (UK time). Firms are invited to study the requirement outlined in the tender documentation and provide their best bid to meet the needs identified.

BBO invest in Youth — Key Worker Partner

Selnet Ltd | Published September 6, 2016
Winner
Bootstrap Company (Blackburn) Ltd
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Selnet with its existing delivery partners has been successful in submitting a Stage 1 bid for the Project to the

Big Lottery Fund, which is matching funding from the European Social Fund. A Stage 2 bid is presently pending

and the award of any contract from this process is conditional on funding being granted in accordance with the

bid.

‘Invest In Youth’ is a project aimed at engaging and inspiring the most disengaged young people resident in

the Lancashire LEP area. It will target 16-24 year olds who are unemployed or economically inactive with

multiple social, emotional and economic barriers. These young people are faced with a seemingly unending and

confusing environment of challenges including intergenerational worklessness, poverty, benefit dependency,

low skills, lack of employment experience and they often live in communities with few working role models.

They lack context and understanding of how they fit into and could benefit from a growing Lancashire economy.

Careers advice and guidance, supported by strong employability support is essential in supporting young people

to access employment opportunities as they become available, but these young people need more. They need

to be inspired, they need their horizons broadened, they need to see above and beyond all the barriers in front

of them and begin to see a way out, a way up. We understand that each person will have their own, possibly

complex mix of challenges and will need a fully personalised approach to find their way through this journey and

ultimately bring them closer to the labour market. The aim of the project is for longer term re-engagement rather

than short term outputs.

BBO Invest in Youth — Key Worker Partner

Selnet Ltd | Published June 2, 2016
cpvs
85312310, 79634000, 79611000

Selnet with its existing delivery partners has been successful in submitting a Stage 1 bid for the Project to the Big Lottery Fund, which is matching funding from the European Social Fund. A Stage 2 bid is presently pending and the award of any contract from this process is conditional on funding being granted in accordance with the bid.

‘Invest In Youth’ is a project aimed at engaging and inspiring the most disengaged young people resident in the Lancashire LEP area. It will target 16-24 year olds who are unemployed or economically inactive with multiple social, emotional and economic barriers. These young people are faced with a seemingly unending and confusing environment of challenges including intergenerational worklessness, poverty, benefit dependency, low skills, lack of employment experience and they often live in communities with few working role models. They lack context and understanding of how they fit into and could benefit from a growing Lancashire economy. Careers advice and guidance, supported by strong employability support is essential in supporting young people to access employment opportunities as they become available, but these young people need more. They need to be inspired, they need their horizons broadened, they need to see above and beyond all the barriers in front of them and begin to see a way out, a way up. We understand that each person will have their own, possibly complex mix of challenges and will need a fully personalised approach to find their way through this journey and ultimately bring them closer to the labour market. The aim of the project is for longer term re-engagement rather than short term outputs.

BBO Invest in Youth — Key Worker Partner

Selnet Ltd | Published June 2, 2016  -  Deadline July 1, 2016
cpvs
85312310, 79634000, 79611000

Selnet with its existing delivery partners has been successful in submitting a Stage 1 bid for the Project to the Big Lottery Fund, which is matching funding from the European Social Fund. A Stage 2 bid is presently pending and the award of any contract from this process is conditional on funding being granted in accordance with the bid.

‘Invest In Youth’ is a project aimed at engaging and inspiring the most disengaged young people resident in the Lancashire LEP area. It will target 16-24 year olds who are unemployed or economically inactive with multiple social, emotional and economic barriers. These young people are faced with a seemingly unending and confusing environment of challenges including intergenerational worklessness, poverty, benefit dependency, low skills, lack of employment experience and they often live in communities with few working role models. They lack context and understanding of how they fit into and could benefit from a growing Lancashire economy. Careers advice and guidance, supported by strong employability support is essential in supporting young people to access employment opportunities as they become available, but these young people need more. They need to be inspired, they need their horizons broadened, they need to see above and beyond all the barriers in front of them and begin to see a way out, a way up. We understand that each person will have their own, possibly complex mix of challenges and will need a fully personalised approach to find their way through this journey and ultimately bring them closer to the labour market. The aim of the project is for longer term re-engagement rather than short term outputs.

Construction work

New Student Centre and University Squares Project (and Market Engagement Questionnaire) | Published May 24, 2017
cpvs
45000000, 45200000

Student Centre and University Squares Project:

The project comprises of the design and construction of a new Student Centre and University Squares framing the north and south of the Student Centre; forming the central heart of the new 200 000 000 GBP University Campus Masterplan, transforming the connections between the University and the City of Preston.

The key objectives of the building and public realm will be to provide a focal point for all frontline student services and a new social and collaborative working environment.

The building will be required to meet the University's sustainability aspirations to provide a new world-class facility in a sustainable, low energy building, achieving a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent‘.

Please email — StudentCentre@uclan.ac.uk, to receive a copy of the Market Engagement Questionnaire.

Market Engagement Questionnaire:

For the avoidance of doubt, this market engagement exercise is not part of a formal procurement process and UCLan is not committing, at this stage to carrying out such a process.

Participation or non-participation in the market engagement process shall not prevent any supplier participating in any future alternative delivery strategy that UCLan may embark upon relative to this project.

Neither is it intended that any information supplied as part of the market engagement process shall place any supplier at an advantage should UCLan decide to adopt an alternative delivery strategy. Similarly, buy not responding this will not lead to any unfair disadvantage.

Organisations wishing to participate in the market engagement exercise are invited to submit written responses to the market engagement questionnaire (available by emailing StudentCentre@uclan.ac.uk).

Completed responses to the questionnaire must only be returned to the UCLan Master Plan.

Older People's Day Time Support (including Dementia).

Lancashire County Council | Published July 15, 2017
cpvs
85000000

Lancashire County Council's Adult Services would like to invite stakeholders to a bidder information event concerning the re-commissioning of older people's daytime supports in Lancashire. This event will include the context for the re-commissioning, time-scales and to introduce a new minimum quality standard for older people's daytime supports. Older people's daytime supports are an important resource to improve people's well-being, reduce loneliness and isolation, provide respite for carers and prevent or delay the need for more intensive health and social care support for those using the service. Daytime supports services do not include care at home but can be provided within a residential care home as well as in specialised centres and other community centres. These services can help a wide range of older people, from those who need support with very complex needs to those where time limited support is needed at different points in their lives. Services offer a range of supports including, but not limited to: A place to make friends and link with the local community; Social activities such as cinema nights and dinner dances; Therapeutic activities; Based in a caring and stimulating environment which is fully equipped for those with physical conditions or dementia; Personal care or support such as help with bathing needs; Respite and support for carers as well as those being cared for. These are provided for 4 hours or more per day. Please note luncheon clubs and befriending services are not classed as daytime supports services. The daytime supports event is designed for all service providers of older people's daytime supports within Lancashire (as defined above), who support older people (people aged over 55); and/or older people with dementia. Estimated cost between 1 and 5 400 000Currency:GBP Divided into lots? No

Zero Tolerance Patient Scheme for NHS England North (Lancashire)

NHS England North (Lancashire) | Published May 8, 2017  -  Deadline February 22, 2017
Winner
PDS Medical Ltd
cpvs
85000000

NHS England North (Lancashire) have commissioned a Provider to deliver a Zero Tolerance Scheme, a GP service for people who currently have a restriction on using mainstream GP services.The purpose of the scheme is to ensure that patients who have presented in a GP Practice with challenging and sometimes violent behaviour can receive high quality medical provision within a secure environment, which will be accessible to patients on the scheme across the five Local Development Plan areas of Lancashire. The footprint may be extended at a later date to reflect a boundary change that will include South Cumbria. The Scheme will be delivered via an APMS contract.The procurement was facilitated by NECS (North England Commissioning Support).An electronic tendering tool was used to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers.