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NHS England Integrated Healthcare Services for HMP Onley.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit | Published December 2, 2014  -  Deadline January 5, 2015
cpvs
85100000

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit is seeking expressions of interest for the provision of HMP Onley Integrated Healthcare Service on behalf of NHS England. The key objectives of the Procurement are: to commission an Integrated Healthcare service to serve HMP Onley. The Services will be required to meet the following needs: All providers of health and justice healthcare are required to focus on these principles and values to ensure they are embedded into service design and operation. In particular: A comprehensive service must be provided which is available to all. Access to services must be based on clinical need — within the prison setting healthcare providers must not make assumptions about patient's motives for seeking healthcare, but assess and proactively investigate the patient's symptoms. Services must be configured to support early identification and diagnosis. The healthcare provider will aspire to the highest standards of excellence and professionalism. The care provided in the prison setting will reflect that delivered in the community and provide minimum equivalence in terms of access and standards of care. The healthcare provider will put the patient at the heart of everything it does. Care must be personalised with patients actively involved in their care planning and the decisions made about them. The provision of suitable information to support the patient in this role is a critical success factor. Patients must be given the opportunity to play an active role in shaping and assessing service delivery. In delivering a prime provider integrated healthcare model all services will work across organisational boundaries and in partnership with other organisations (including the prison operator, social services, community rehabilitation companies and community healthcare services as examples) in the interest of patients. Working together to support patients to manage and recover their health and continuity of care, both in relation to transfers to other prisons and most importantly on release from prison, are seen as critical outcomes of a successful prison healthcare service. Services must be delivered in a safe and clean environment.

Provision of End of Life Healthcare Services for Mid Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (

Arden & GEM CSU | Published August 31, 2016
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85000000

Provision of End of Life Healthcare Services for Mid Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (

Provision of End of Life Healthcare Services for Mid Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs)

Arden & GEM CSU | Published August 31, 2016
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Provision of End of Life Healthcare Services for Mid Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).

Provision of an Integrated Healthcare service to Immigration Removal Centre (IRC) Morton Hall.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published April 30, 2015
Winner
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
cpvs
85100000

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit is seeking expressions of interest for the provision of an Integrated Healthcare service to Immigration Removal Centre (IRC) Morton Hall on behalf of NHS England East Midlands Health and Justice Commissioning Unit. Expected Outcomes: — Improvements in health status and the prevention or decrease of morbidity and disability associated with physical or mental ill health and substance misuse. — Improved uptake of screening and immunisation programmes to reduce the spread of TB, BBV's, HIV vaccine preventable and other infectious diseases. — Increase in positive health, social and psychological outcomes. — Services are informed by detainee views and feedback. — Services that reach out to detainees less able to seek them, such as effectively managing translation interventions and for those with learning disabilities. — Services that provide personalised care including end of life care where needed. — Compliance with IRC Operating Standards and Home Office Removal Service Orders.

Site Visit advertisement for the Provision of Integrated Healthcare Services at HMP Ranby procurement

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published August 1, 2017  -  Deadline August 7, 2017
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85000000

Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (Arden & GEM CSU), on behalf of the NHS England - Health and Justice Team and HMP Ranby (the commissioners) would like to notify all potential bidders about 'Site visit' which has been planned to take place on Wednesday 09 August 2017. This event has been arranged in connection with the forthcoming procurement of integrated offender healthcare services at Her Majesty's Prison (HMP) Ranby. It will provide potential bidders with an opportunity to visit the site where procured service needs to be provided from. To attend this event please register your interest by completing the spread sheet attached and returning it back to the email address below by 3pm Monday 07th August 2017. Email address to register your interest: jade.richards@nhs.net Details of the events as follows: Site visit for HMP Ranby, Retford, Nottingham, DN22 8EU: # Wednesday 09th August 2017 - Meet at the gate at HMP Ranby, undertake security checks - 09.45am prompt # 'Prisoner Journey' tour, followed by walkthrough of healthcare and related facilities - 10.00am # Leave HMP Ranby - 11.15am prompt # There is no restriction on a number of people per organisation who can attend this site visit; however the bidders are highly encouraged to bring sensible number of attendees to include their operational as well as management staff on the day. # On the day, Questions and Answers (Q&A) will only be permitted on the building and environment related subjects. An opportunity will be provided to all bidders for asking the service or procurement specific questions during the clarification stage, once the tender has been published. # Last minute changes of attendee names will not be accepted. # Visitors must abide by the "Controlled Articles" protocol. Banned items include though are not limited to electrical devices including mobile phones, laptops, any metal objects, medication and chewing gum. # The prison gate has lockers for the safe storage of personal items/valuables. # Visitors must have photo ID; passport or driving license. NOTE: An attendance at this event will not automatically entitle your involvement in any future procurement exercise. Any procurement conducted in connection with this event will be advertised separately and all organisations wanting to participate will need to respond to the procurement advertisement as and when it is published.

Dental Services for Offender Health.

Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust | Published March 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 30, 2015
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85130000, 85131000

Provision of dental health services to prisons within the Offender Health directorate for Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

Provision of Mattresses

 | Published April 20, 2016  -  Deadline May 20, 2016
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39143112

To appoint a single pro-active supplier for the provision of mattresses to Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust for period of 3 years from the commencement date.

Medical waste services

Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 19, 2016  -  Deadline December 22, 2016
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90524000, 90524100, 90524200

This procurement relates to the provision of healthcare waste collection, disposal and recovery services. The Trust will employ the Supplier during the period to actively manage, develop, improve and maintain the waste services, including the development of recovery and waste minimisation opportunities.

This contract will provide for the collection of any wastes defined under the Controlled Waste Regulations 2012 as ‘healthcare waste’ or as ‘clinical waste’, or any waste described within Chapter 18 of the European Waste Catalogue (EWC) codes (excluding animal healthcare), or any waste considered be similar enough to these definitions that they are included (e.g. 200131* cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines).

Full details of the Authority's requirements are set out in the Specification in Annex B2 of Section B.

Future model for NHS procurement, supply chain and logistics services.

NHS Business Services Authority | Published November 4, 2015
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60000000, 75130000, 48400000, 79211200, 79512000, 72222300, 66171000, 72232000, 63121100, 79200000, 66172000, 66600000, 33140000, 33100000, 48430000, 72000000, 79211110, 63122000, 60100000, 72212217, 72267100, 60161000, 72212430, 79822500, 79418000

The NHS spends approximately 5 700 000 000 GBP on goods each year. The procurement and supply of this large range of products, from sutures to linear accelerators, is vital to the delivery of an effective and efficient healthcare service. In order to promote the efficient procurement of these goods across the UK healthcare system, the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) entered into a contract with DHL (trading as ‘NHS Supply Chain’) for the establishment of a national supply chain arrangement in 2006. Following an extension in 2015, this contract is due to expire on 30.9.2018 (not inclusive). The contracting authority is seeking to appoint a supplier or suppliers which can provide procurement and logistics services to any or all of the following: — any NHS Trust; — any other NHS entity; and — any government department agency or other statutory body and/or any private sector health care provider of NHS funded care. Full details of those contracting authorities who may be able to use the goods and services procured by the contracting authority will be set out in the Contract Notice. Any final contract(s) may feature multiple procurements/lots, but in-scope functions include (but are not limited to): — Logistics; — Procurement Services, who will be responsible for procuring suppliers; — Back Office Transactional Finance Processing; and — Supporting Technology and Infrastructure. The types of goods covered are likely to include: — Common goods and services (e.g. stationery); — Everyday hospital consumables (e.g. gloves); — High value healthcare consumables (e.g. pacemakers); and — Capital items (e.g. MRI scanners). The contracting authority is seeking expressions of interest in writing from the market place in response to this PIN to help inform the strategy to best meet the future procurement and supply chain needs of the NHS in England. Expressions of interest are invited up to 17:00 hours on 20.11.2015. All expressions of interest are to be made via email to nhs.procurement@nhs.net Following receipt of expressions of interest, the contracting authority will hold a supplier information session on the 27.11.2015 at 1 Horse Guards Avenue, Westminster London, SW1A 2HU. This event will be followed by one to one session with authority representative the w/c 30th November, at Skipton House, 80 London Road, London SE1 6LH.

Supply of a Consignment (Logistics) Track & Trace Solution

 | Published December 31, 2015
Winner
TAAP Ltd
cpvs
48330000

AWARD NOTICE ONLY---- Supply of Track & Trace solution, hardware (30 x handset/terminals), support and maintenance. Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust provides a range of phlebotomy collections, courier, mail and clinical waste services to hospitals, GP’s, health centres, dentists and pharmacies throughout Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire using a dedicated transport teams. There are 2 teams, Derwent logistics is based in Derby and covers Derbyshire. Trent logistics is based in Nottingham and predominantly covers south Nottinghamshire. To fulfill contractual obligations, the Authority, has a requirement for a consignment tracking system, inclusive of software and hardware. The contract shall be for an initial period of 3 years with option sto extender for 2 period of 12 months (max duration 5 years). LINK TO ORGINAL CONTRACT NOTICE: https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/a7aeafea-b50c-4a98-922b-7e1ed82a7b98

Self-harm Pathway Care Bundle for Children and Young People Lot 1-2 on behalf of NHS Nottingham City

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published October 3, 2015
Winner
Xenzone, Nottingham City Council
cpvs
85000000

Contract Award Notice for Self-harm pathway care bundle for children and young people Lot 1 — 2 on behalf of NHS Nottingham CCG. The objective of this project is to commission a Self-harm pathway care bundle for children and young people across NHS Nottingham City CCG, through the delivery of high quality healthcare services. The key aims and objectives include the following key outcomes: — Reduction in risk taking behaviour; — Young people report improved self-esteem and emotional wellbeing; — Reduced requirement for specialist mental health services; — Increased participation in healthy activities, reduced isolation; — Improved family functioning and relationships; — Young people remain or re-engage in education and training; — Reduced risk of anti-social behaviour and offending; — Positive transitions to adulthood; The services to which this procurement relates fall within Part B of Schedule 3, Part 10 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (‘the Regulations’).

Self-harm Pathway Care Bundle for Children and Young People Lot 1-2 on behalf of NHS Nottingham City CCG.

NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit | Published October 3, 2015
Winner
Nottingham City Council
cpvs
85000000

Contract Award Notice for Self-harm pathway care bundle for children and young people Lot 1 — 2 on behalf of NHS Nottingham CCG. The objective of this project is to commission a Self-harm pathway care bundle for children and young people across NHS Nottingham City CCG, through the delivery of high quality healthcare services. The key aims and objectives include the following key outcomes: — Reduction in risk taking behaviour; — Young people report improved self-esteem and emotional wellbeing; — Reduced requirement for specialist mental health services; — Increased participation in healthy activities, reduced isolation; — Improved family functioning and relationships; — Young people remain or re-engage in education and training; — Reduced risk of anti-social behaviour and offending; — Positive transitions to adulthood; The services to which this procurement relates fall within Part B of Schedule 3, Part 10 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (‘the Regulations’).

Self-harm Pathway Care Bundle for Children and Young People LOT 1-2 on behalf of NHS Nottingham City

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published May 27, 2015  -  Deadline July 6, 2015
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85000000, 85000000, 85000000

Contract notice for Self-harm pathway care bundle for children and young people LOT 1-2 on behalf of NHS Nottingham CCG. The objective of this project is to commission a Self-harm pathway care bundle for children and young people across NHS Nottingham City CCG, through the delivery of high quality healthcare services. The key aims and objectives include the following key outcomes: — Reduction in risk taking behaviour. — Young people report improved self-esteem and emotional wellbeing. — Reduced requirement for specialist mental health services. — Increased participation in healthy activities, reduced isolation. — Improved family functioning and relationships. — Young people remain or re-engage in education and training. — Reduced risk of anti-social behaviour and offending. — Positive transitions to adulthood. To express interest your organisation should register on the Bravo website https://gemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk to access the ITT Process Overview and ITT questionnaire. For any support in submitting your response please contact the eTendering Help-desk at +44 8000112470 or help@bravosolution.co.uk. The closing date for submitting expression of interest and your organisations fully completed ITT questionnaire (Bravo reference itt_231) is by 17:00 on Monday 6.7.2015. The services to which this procurement relates fall within Part B of Schedule 3, Part 10 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (‘the Regulations’).
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