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Velindre NHS Trust (as host of NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership — Procurement Services) | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2017

The supply of Agency Nurses, Midwives, Health Visitors, Healthcare Assistants and Operating Department Practitioners to Health Boards and Trusts in Wales.

As detailed in ITT.

COMMUNITY SEXUAL HEALTH

capitalEsourcing | Published August 7, 2016  -  Deadline May 25, 2017
COMMUNITY SEXUAL HEALTH 

Health services

Education Authority NI | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 25, 2017

Provision of a comprehensive range of Occupational Health Services to members and potential members of staff employed by the EA on a call-off as required basis.

Health services

London Borough of Havering | Published December 31, 2016

The aim of the service is to deliver an integrated sexual health service to the population of Havering. The service will be comprehensive, evidence based, accessible, respect client confidentiality, high quality, responsive to client needs and cost-effective. Service delivered will support sexual health and well-being, provide the full range of contraceptive methods and screen, diagnose and treat sexually transmitted diseases including Chlamydia. It will also support the delivery of sexual health services in primary care and other community settings through the provision of professional training.

The delivery of open access sexual health services is a mandated public health responsibility for the Council under the Health and Social Care Act 2012. Local authorities have a legal duty to commission HIV prevention, sexual health promotion, open access services for sexually transmitted infection, and contraception for all age groups. These include free testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, notification of sexual partners of infected persons, free provision of contraception as well as the provision of information, advice and support on a range of issues, such as sexually transmitted infections (STIs), contraception, relationships and unplanned pregnancy.

Health services

Knowsley Council | Published January 14, 2017  -  Deadline February 10, 2017

The aim of the service is to ensure that all children and young people in Knowsley receive the 0-19 Healthy Child Programme offer which includes universal access and early identification of additional and/or complex needs, with timely access to specialist services, to improve health and social outcomes, and reduce health inequalities for children and young people.

The Contract will be for a term of 3 years, and potentially it may be extended for 2 further periods of up to 12 months each.

The aim of the service is to ensure that all children and young people in Knowsley receive the 0-19 Healthy Child Programme offer which includes universal access and early identification of additional and/or complex needs, with timely access to specialist services, to improve health and social outcomes, and reduce health inequalities for children and young people.

The integrated service encompasses the following:

Healthy Child Programme (0-5);

Health Visiting Service;

Family Nurse Partnership;

Universal Healthy Start Supplementation;

Breastfeeding Peer Support;

Healthy Child Programme (5-19);

School nursing service;

NCMP;

Brushing for Life and School Health Oral Health Packs.

Health services

Bedford Borough Council | Published January 14, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017

Stop Smoking Service Level 1 (referral); Level 1 & Level 2 (intermediate smoking cessation); Level 1 & NRT provision (Pharmacist / dispenser); Level 1 & level 2 & NRT provision (Pharmacist / dispenser) & NRT Provision only (Pharmacist / Dispenser).

Sexual Health Service (GP).

LARC for Contraceptive Purposes.

Chlamydia Screening & Treatment in Primary Care.

Delivery of Integrated Sexual Health Services as a SH Sphere Clinic.

Sexual Health Service (Pharmacy).

The delivery of Emergency Hormonal Contraception, in line with local PGD arrangements.

Screening 15-24 years National Chlamydia Screening Programme.

Treating positive clients & partners for Chlamydia, in line with local PGD arrangements.

Advice & referral in relation to longer term needs related to sexual & reproductive H&WB.

Health Checks (GP).

The NHS Health Check systematically offers those aged 40-74 years checks that assess risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease & vascular dementia.

Top Smoking Service.

Level 1 (referral only); Level 1 and Level 2 ( Provision of intermediate smoking cessation programme); Level 1 and NRT provision (Pharmacist / Pharmacy dispenser only); Level 1 and level 2 and NRT provision (Pharmacist / Pharmacy dispenser only)* and NRT Provision only (Pharmacist / Pharmacy Dispenser only)*.

Sexual Health Service (GP).

GP providers who are able to work collaboratively with other providers in the Region, with a view to providing the following elements to their patients:

— Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) for Contraceptive Purposes (Specification SH01),

— Chlamydia Screening and Treatment in Primary Care (Specification SH02),

— Delivery of Integrated Sexual Health Services as a Sexual Health Sphere Clinic (Specification SH03).

Sexual Health Service (Pharmacy).

Pharmacies will work as part of a wider network of sexual and reproductive health providers, to deliver service to the populations of Bedford Borough and Central Bedfordshire:

— The delivery of Emergency Hormonal Contraception, in line with local Patient Group Direction (PGD) arrangements.

— Screening young people aged 15-24 years as part of the National Chlamydia Screening Programme.

— Treating positive clients and attending partners for Chlamydia, in line with local Patient Group Direction (PGD) arrangements.

— Providing advice and onward referral in relation to longer term needs related to sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing.

Health Checks (GP).

The NHS Health Check programme is a national initiative which systematically offers preventative checks to all those aged 40 — 74 years to assess their risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease and vascular dementia. These diseases share a common set of risk factors: obesity, harmful alcohol intake, lack of physical activity, hypertension, smoking, disordered blood fat and/ or sugar levels. Early identification and management of these risk factors can potentially delay or prevent the onset of vascular disease. Subsequently, reducing the potential burden on future health and social care.

Health and social work services

The Borough Council of Gateshead | Published June 1, 2016  -  Deadline October 1, 2018
Health and social work services

Health and social work services

The Borough Council of Gateshead | Published May 4, 2016  -  Deadline October 1, 2018
Health and social work services

Health and social work services

Staffordshire County Council | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline March 31, 2018
Health and social work services

Integrated Sexual Health Service

London Borough of Havering | Published December 31, 2016
Integrated Sexual Health Service.

Oral Health Improvement Services

Hampshire County Council | Published January 5, 2017
Oral Health Improvement Services.

Provision of Targeted Health Checks

Dorset County Council | Published January 7, 2017
Provision of Targeted Health Checks.

Health and social work services

Halton Borough Council | Published January 19, 2017
Health and social work services

Public Health Funeral Services

Wandsworth Borough Council | Published January 20, 2017
Public Health Funeral Services.

Mental Health Crisis House

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published January 16, 2017
Mental Health Crisis House

Health services

Hampshire County Council | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline September 30, 2018

Hampshire County Council invites suitably experienced providers to apply to join an Approved List for the provision of the following Public Health services:

Level 2 Enhanced Sexual Health Services Hampshire County including Chlamydia Screening, Chlamydia Testing Kits & Condom Distribution, Emergency Hormonal Contraception, Long-Acting Reversible Contraception, Hampshire County Council Eligible Staff Seasonal Flu Vaccination Offer and NHS Health Checks Components 1 & 2.

Hampshire County Council invites suitably experienced providers to apply to join an Approved List for the provision of the following Public Health services:

Level 2 Enhanced Sexual Health Services Hampshire County including Chlamydia Screening, Chlamydia Testing Kits & Condom Distribution, Emergency Hormonal Contraception, Long-Acting Reversible Contraception, Hampshire County Council Eligible Staff Seasonal Flu Vaccination Offer (anticipated annual combined contract value 1 700 000 GBP to 1 800 000 GBP).

NHS Health Checks (anticipated annual contract value 1 300 000 GBP to 1 400 000 GBP).

There is no award or guarantee of any specific business as a result of being on the Approved List and only those included on it will be eligible to supply the Services.

The anticipated duration of the List will be until 31.3.2019 with an option to extend for a period or periods not exceeding 2 years in total.

For further details go to https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire/ and click on the Current Tenders button then select ‘View Details’ for this opportunity. Please refer to E-tendering for Suppliers which can be found by clicking on the Information for Suppliers button.

Applicants can apply at any time via In-Tend. The closing date for applicants is 30.9.2018 unless the contract is extended. If the contract is extended then this will be communicated via an In-Tend clarification communication.

Health services

Perth and Kinross Council | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline February 24, 2017

Framework Agreement for the provision of care at home for adults who are resident in Perth and Kinross and eligible for community care services for services commissioned by the Council under Option 3, Self-directed Support. Service providers will be directly commissioned by the Council.

The Council, along with service users and Providers, wishes to operate an outcome based approach to the purchase and provision of care at home services. Outcome-focused services aim to achieve the goals, aspirations or priorities of the individuals and offer a more flexible way of delivering care to support people to live independently at home for longer.

The core purpose of care at home is to support people, and where appropriate their carers, to remain in their own homes, living as independently as possible with a good quality of life.

We aim to ensure that care at home:

— supports people to live well in the community,

— prevents people with significant health or care needs from having to use emergency services or be admitted to hospital inappropriately,

— helps people with care needs to look after themselves in the community,

The range of services to be provided includes personal care and support designed to:

— help individuals sustain, recover or manage their health and abilities;

— lead independent and fulfilling lives; or approach the end of life in their own homes where this is their choice.

The core purpose of care at home is to support people, and where appropriate their carers, to remain in their own homes, living as independently as possible with a good quality of life.

We aim to ensure that care at home:

— supports people to live well in the community

— prevents people with significant health or care needs from having to use emergency services or be admitted to hospital inappropriately

— helps people with care needs to look after themselves in the community

The range of services to be provided includes personal care and support designed to:

— help individuals sustain, recover or manage their health and abilities;

— lead independent and fulfilling lives; or approach the end of life in their own homes where this is their choice.

The core purpose of care at home is to support people, and where appropriate their carers, to remain in their own homes, living as independently as possible with a good quality of life.

We aim to ensure that care at home:

— supports people to live well in the community,

— prevents people with significant health or care needs from having to use emergency services or be admitted to hospital inappropriately,

— helps people with care needs to look after themselves in the community.

The range of services to be provided includes personal care and support designed to:

— help individuals sustain, recover or manage their health and abilities;

— lead independent and fulfilling lives; or approach the end of life in their own homes where this is their choice.

Health services

Salford City Council | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017

The GM SHIP will contribute to improving and protecting the sexual and reproductive health of women and men from populations most at-risk of exposure to HIV (MARPs) and could include requirements to deliver information, advice and support interventions and to deliver point of care testing for HIV. The GM SHIP will also contribute to improving or protecting the health and well-being of children, young people and adults living with diagnosed HIV and could include requirements to deliver information, advice and support interventions. GM SHIP could be required to facilitate access to condoms and lubricants, to raise awareness of clinical and non-clinical interventions and services, and to develop community resilience and assets.

Salford City Council as the lead Commissioner on behalf of the Greater Manchester Local Authorities is seeking a contracting arrangement with a single organisation. To this end we are seeking a provider that is either a single organisation, a partnership or consortium of providers with an appointed lead member or a lead provider with appointed sub-contractors.

Health services

City of York Council | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017

This service is for the commissioning of specialist services for problematic adult alcohol and illicit drug users attending specialist public health commissioned services who are resident in York. The provider will use reasonable skill to ensure that services are delivering within the shared aims of the City of York Council including to embrace abstinence as the core element of the treatment system in the City of York, to increase the percentage of those leaving treatment opiate free and remaining out of treatment (PHOF 2.15) and to increase the recovery capital in the City of York.

This service is being procured through the OJEU Open procedure and is for the commissioning of specialist services for problematic adult alcohol and illicit drug users attending specialist public health commissioned services who are resident in York. The provider will use reasonable skill to ensure that services are delivering within the shared aims of the City of York Council including to embrace abstinence as the core element of the treatment system in the City of York, to increase the percentage of those leaving treatment opiate free and remaining out of treatment (PHOF 2.15) and to increase the recovery capital in the City of York.

Health services

Wolverhampton City Council | Published January 13, 2017

Please note that this Prior Information Notice (PIN) has been issued by Wolverhampton City Council (WCC) and Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (WCCG) purely as an information gathering exercise. It is not an invitation to tender and does not represent the start of a formal competitive process.

The PIN is to notify the market that WCC and WCCG shall be jointly seeking expressions of interest from suitably experienced organisations capable of providing community equipment (CE) to Adults and Children who reside within the City of Wolverhampton and / or are registered with a Wolverhampton GP.

The overarching intention is to help people, including children and young people, maintain as much control over their lives as possible and to promote their independence, health and well-being.

The overarching intention is to help all people maintain as much control over their lives as possible and to promote their independence, health and wellbeing.

Equipment and assistive technology make a fundamental contribution to this agenda and can bring significant benefits to both social care and health partners, by:

— Enabling all people to live in the community for longer;

— Reducing the need for and the level of domiciliary care packages including respite care for children and young people;

— Reducing care home and avoidable hospital admissions;

— Facilitating early discharge from acute care;

— Reducing the amount of time people, including children and young people spend avoidably in hospital through better and more integrated care in the community;

— Supporting patients approaching end of life to die in their preferred place of death;

— Increasing a child and young person's independence as well as addressing their social care needs.