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North East Prisons Healthcare Services

North Of England Commissioning Support | Published March 13, 2017  -  Deadline June 8, 2017
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The purpose of this Prior Information Notice, is to advise the market of an upcoming Procurement opportunity for NHS England (Cumbria and the North East), who propose to commission the following for North East Prisons Healthcare Services. The Procurement will be split into 4 Lots: Lot 1: Primary Care Services (to include Nursing; Clinical SMS; GP; Pharmacy; Admin and Secondary Care interface). Lot 2: Mental Health, Learning Disability and Declining Cognitive Function Care Lot 3: Psycho Social SMS Lot 4: Dental Services The above services will be provided across the following North East prisons: - HMP/YOI Holme House, - HMP/YOI Durham, - HMP Kirklevington Grange, - HMP/YOI Low Newton, - HMYOI Deerbolt, - HMP Frankland and - HMP Northumberland. It is envisaged that the tender documentation will be issued early June 2017, with an anticipated service commencement date of 01 April 2018. The contract will be awarded for a period of 5 years including extensions. Any potential future procurement will be advertised on Contracts Finder and the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU). North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is running this expressions of interest process for and on behalf of NHS England (North) Cumbria and the North East, the contracting authority. NECS is utilising an electronic tendering system to gather expressions of interest and communicate with potential providers and all communication with NECS, will be conducted via the portal https://www.proactisplaza.com/SupplierPortal/?CID=NECS hosted by (Proactis) the managed service provider for the NECS electronic tendering system. To express an interest in tendering for this service, please register on the electronic tendering portal. Please note that it is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day as long as you have a working internet connection Once registered, you will be able to view details of the tender opportunity by selecting the "Opportunities" box, and then searching for "NHSE130 NE Prisons Healthcare Services Prior Information Notice"). To view further information on this specific opportunity, click the button marked "show me". Please note that this facility allows the provider to express an interest only at this stage, potential providers cannot access any documentation - it is NOT a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) exercise and is NOT part of any pre-qualification or selection process. An Expression of Interest is no indication of a commitment to participate in any potential future tender process nor does it infer any preferential or special status on those organisations who do submit an Expression of Interest. Please be aware that all communications and submissions will be conducted via the NECS Proactis portal only.

0-19 Healthcare

Gateshead Council | Published April 13, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
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CONTRACT FOR THE PROVISION OF 0 to 19 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING SERVICES IN GATESHEAD (HEALTHY CHILD PROGRAMME)

014/2017 Health Tech Hub

HE Portal | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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The University will be going out to tender for works that will involve the construction of new Metsec partitions with 'lidded pods' to create new layout of a similar make up to the adjacent Future Space, and associated finishes. The recently installed M&E infrastructure will be extended to service the Health Tech area, made up of Mechanical ventilation, heating, lighting, power, data, fire alarm and door access. Specialist services will also be installed to the new Category 2 lab areas, such as natural gas supplies and ducting to the fume cupboards. The Health Technology Hub vision is to create a national Centre of Excellence in health technologies relating to independent living and home-based diagnostics. The project will involve the creation of new state-of-the-art facilities providing the necessary equipment and skills to support research and innovation in the field. A key goal of the Hub will be to create and bring to market new assistive living (independent living) technologies providing better quality healthcare. The facility will be assessable to businesses, supporting product development, evaluation and trials, reducing the cost and risk associated with product development and thus improving their rate of innovation and reducing the time to market. The design team are currently at RIBA Stage 4. The project is being delivered in accordance with the University's policy's, rules & regulations. The University's Design Guides and Standard Specification have been adopted, with any derogations formally agreed. The project is being delivered to BIM Level 2+. Planning for the Health Tech use is already granted and a new Planning Application has been submitted for the new roof mounted flues and supporting structure. UWE own the building where the new Health Tech Hub will be created and this is located within the Frenchay Campus. As well as the adjacent occupants, the site wider campus will be in use during the construction period. The site is located in an unoccupied space within T Block on the UWE Frenchay Campus recently cleared ahead of the project. Adjacent areas occupied within T block include Bristol Robotics Lab (BRL) and a University Enterprise Zone that has recently been created and was opened in August 2016. The Enterprise facility is operated by Oxford Innovations and the space is called Future Space. The adjacent occupants will remain on site during the construction phase. Refer to floor plan attached. Construction works within T Block to create a new Enterprise Zone was completed in August 2016 with a further phase of work to provide expansion space within Bristol Robotics Lab completed in January 2017. With the recent successful bid for further ERDF funding this allows the final phase of work to be undertaken within the remaining cleared and vacant space of T Block.
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