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HPFT - Hemel Hempstead Healthcare Hub Refurbishment

 | Published June 23, 2016  -  Deadline July 29, 2016
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45000000

Hertfordshire Partnership University Foundation NHS Trust (HPFT) has posted a notice on the Constructionline Opportunities Notice Board (ONB) that matches your organisations work categories. Notice Title: Hemel Hempstead Healthcare Hub (39-41 The Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, HP1) Deadline date: Friday 29th July ONB ID: CB/68820/01 Contract Details: HPFT is seeking expressions of interest from suitable contractors to deliver the refurbishment of 39-41 The Marlowes, into a healthcare hub providing a mix of primary care and mental health outpatient facilities for the local community. The project is an exciting joint venture between HPFT and Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust. 39 -41 Marlowes are purpose built office buildings arranged over four storeys, although No.41 also has a basement. The buildings are of brick clad with aluminium windows and mansard clad with leadwork to the third floor. A car park is provided to the rear of number 41, providing approximately 40 spaces with additional parking to the front of each building. The internal areas have been subject to refurbishment over differing periods with tenant's demountable partitioning remaining in-situ throughout the building. The building is served with a timber raised access floor throughout with solid floor to core areas. A central core provides male and female WC accommodation with three lifts and main staircase access. Secondary means of escape stairwells are provided to the north and west office wings. The building is generally in reasonable condition with building elements reaching the end of their useful life.

P16-0007 Americas Healthcare.

Scottish Enterprise | Published October 17, 2015
Winner
Future Value Associates Ltd
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66512220, 66512200, 66511000, 66512000, 75313000, 66518000

This is a Contract Award Notice. This contract has now been awarded. Please do not respond to this notice. Scottish Enterprise seeks to appoint a supplier who will provide a company healthcare plan for Scottish Development International and SCTR Limited employees, based in the Americas as part of their healthcare benefits package. We envisage that the contract will be for 3 years with the option to extend for a further year, commencing in October, 2015. Plan benefits to staff and their families to include: — Major Medical, — Dental, — Basic Life, — Accidental Death and Dismemberment, — Long-Term Disability. Suppliers are required to demonstrate that they will comply with US state regulations for insurance provision in the states which they will be required to operate within. Please submit the relevant accreditation with the tender response. Scottish Trade and Research Limited (SCTR Limited) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Scottish Enterprise, all locally hired staff in the US are contracted to SCTR Limited. Scottish Development International currently employs 28 members of staff based in America, we currently have 6 expat and 22 locally hired members of staff. We have 5 offices based in the following: 1. Boston (11 staff), 2. Chicago (5 staff), 3. Houston (4 staff), and 4. San Jose (8 staff). Please note that 2 of these staff although based in the above offices, work from home offices in Connecticut. Refer to the Invitation to Tender for further details.

P16-0007 Americas Healthcare

Scottish Enterprise | Published July 31, 2015  -  Deadline September 10, 2015
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66512220, 66512200, 66511000, 66512000, 75313000, 66518000

Scottish Enterprise seeks to appoint a supplier who will provide a company healthcare plan for Scottish Development International and SCTR Limited employees, based in the Americas as part of their healthcare benefits package. We envisage that the contract will be for 3 years with the option to extend for a further year, commencing in October, 2015. Plan benefits to staff and their families to include: Major Medical Dental Basic Life Accidental Death & Dismemberment Long Term Disability Suppliers are required to demonstrate that they will comply with US state regulations for insurance provision in the states which they will be required to operate within. Please submit the relevant accreditation with the tender response. Scottish Trade & Research Limited (SCTR Limited) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Scottish Enterprise, all locally hired staff in the US are contracted to SCTR Limited. Scottish Development International currently employs 28 members of staff based in America, we currently have 6 expat and 22 locally hired members of staff. We have five offices based in the following: Boston (11 staff), Chicago (5 staff), Houston (4 staff) and San Jose (8 staff). Please note that 2 of these staff although based in the above offices, work from home offices in Conneticut. Refer to the Invitation to Tender for further details. CPV: 66512220, 66512200, 66511000, 66512000, 75313000, 66518000.

P16-0007 Americas Healthcare

Scottish Enterprise | Published October 13, 2015
Winner
Future Value Associates, Ltd.
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66512220, 66512200, 66511000, 66512000, 75313000, 66518000

This is a Contract Award Notice. This contract has now been awarded. Please do not respond to this notice. Scottish Enterprise seeks to appoint a supplier who will provide a company healthcare plan for Scottish Development International and SCTR Limited employees, based in the Americas as part of their healthcare benefits package. We envisage that the contract will be for 3 years with the option to extend for a further year, commencing in October, 2015. Plan benefits to staff and their families to include: Major Medical Dental Basic Life Accidental Death & Dismemberment Long Term Disability Suppliers are required to demonstrate that they will comply with US state regulations for insurance provision in the states which they will be required to operate within. Please submit the relevant accreditation with the tender response. Scottish Trade & Research Limited (SCTR Limited) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Scottish Enterprise, all locally hired staff in the US are contracted to SCTR Limited. Scottish Development International currently employs 28 members of staff based in America, we currently have 6 expat and 22 locally hired members of staff. We have five offices based in the following: Boston (11 staff), Chicago (5 staff), Houston (4 staff) and San Jose (8 staff). Please note that 2 of these staff although based in the above offices, work from home offices in Conneticut. Refer to the Invitation to Tender for further details. CPV: 66512220, 66512200, 66511000, 66512000, 75313000, 66518000.

P16-0007 Americas Healthcare.

Scottish Enterprise | Published August 5, 2015  -  Deadline September 10, 2015
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66512220, 66512200, 66511000, 66512000, 75313000, 66518000

Scottish Enterprise seeks to appoint a supplier who will provide a company healthcare plan for Scottish Development International and SCTR Limited employees, based in the Americas as part of their healthcare benefits package. We envisage that the contract will be for 3 years with the option to extend for a further year, commencing in October, 2015. Plan benefits to staff and their families to include: Major Medical Dental Basic Life Accidental Death & Dismemberment Long Term Disability Suppliers are required to demonstrate that they will comply with US state regulations for insurance provision in the states which they will be required to operate within. Please submit the relevant accreditation with the tender response. Scottish Trade & Research Limited (SCTR Limited) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Scottish Enterprise, all locally hired staff in the US are contracted to SCTR Limited. Scottish Development International currently employs 28 members of staff based in America, we currently have 6 expat and 22 locally hired members of staff. We have five offices based in the following: Boston (11 staff), Chicago (5 staff), Houston (4 staff) and San Jose (8 staff). Please note that 2 of these staff although based in the above offices, work from home offices in Conneticut. Refer to the Invitation to Tender for further details. NOTE: The buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code project_4547 under ITTs Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the dropdown. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the ITT it will move to your My ITTs area. For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

NHS England South (South East) Surrey Police Custodial Healthcare

NHS Commercial Solutions | Published September 8, 2015  -  Deadline October 20, 2015
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Potential Bidders with the capacity and capability to deliver safe, cost effective custodial healthcare service(s) in Surrey and Sussex Police Force areas are invited to bid to provide the Service This is a new commissioning activity for NHS England (South), who wish to co-commission a new embedded model of service delivery that best meets the needs of the populations across Surrey. The Provider must meet the healthcare needs of people in Police Custody and carry out healthcare and forensic examinations on suspects, police personnel subject to assaults or complaints, hospital drink drive cases and sudden death. Each custody suite contains a dedicated medical room for the provider to undertake these duties. There are also occasional requirements to travel outside of the custody (i.e. to an A&E to recover blood samples). The services were traditionally carried out by a doctor but further to recent changes in legislation, can now also be carried out by any healthcare professional including nurses, paramedics and emergency care practitioners. The development of onward referral pathways to relevant services such as A&E, substance misuse, and mental health services form part of the service specification. The likely budget for this service is £1.3m - £1.4m per annum. IMPORTANT The tender will be conducted via the NHS Commercial Solutions Bravo e tendering system. Full documentation including The ITT, Memorandum of Information and detailed Specification are available as attachments to this Contracts Finder notice. However to register interest and take part in the procurement each provider must register and respond via the NHS CS Bravo e-tendering portal. BRAVO is the only route through which NHS Commercial Solutions will accept the bids and conduct communications with Potential Bidders. The documentation will be available from 8/9/15 and must be completed and submitted by the closing date of 14:00 hours on 20/10/15. Those wishing to submit a tender for the contract must do so in accordance with the instructions set out in the Memorandum of Information.

WPS492 | Resilience training for Continuing Healthcare and CHC and teams | NHS England.

Capita Business Services | Published November 10, 2015
Winner
Paul Johanson
cpvs
80511000

This training will be designed to support Continuing Healthcare staff in developing self-care for difficult conversations and resilience related to the delivery of IPR and Independent Review Panel 1; and funding assessments.

ESX Retroclaims for continuing healthcare CHC - RFI

NHS Commercial Solutions | Published October 24, 2015
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East Sussex CCGs (the Commissioner) are looking to outsource the processing of 270 retrospective claims for continuing healthcare. The Commissioner is looking for a suitably qualified provider who can deliver to a high quality standard, to an affordable budget and within the required timescale. The Commissioner is considering two options for outsourcing service delivery: - Partial outsourcing - Full outsourcing Details of each approach are described in background and RFI document in the attachments section of this notice. The RFI aims to gather information to inform the commissioning process for that outsourcing. The Commissioner is inviting potential providers to describe their capability and capacity to deliver the service. Based on the outcome of the engagement, the Commissioner will determine the commissioning approach and the appropriate procurement strategy. The Commissioner is supported and advised in this work by NHS South East CSU (SECSU) and its procurement partner NHS Commercial Solutions (NHSCS).

Continuing Healthcare (CHC) AQP

NHS Midlands & Lancashire CSU | Published February 1, 2016  -  Deadline March 4, 2016
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** It should be noted that under the Any Qualified Provider model, there will be no guarantees of volume or payment in the contracts awarded. Selection of who will provide the service to the patient will be made by the patient.** Midlands & Lancashire CSU on behalf of Wolverhampton CCG are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified providers for a provision of Nursing Home Placements for Patients qualifying for NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) service. The service is being commissioned using the Any Qualified Provider process. The base tariffs are: EMI £725/week Mental Health £700/week Physical Disabilities £700/week The qualification period for the AQP accreditation will be for a 3 year period from the 01st June 2016. The CCG may open up additional qualification rounds during the accreditation period. Should there be any geographical areas within the CCG area where further choice of provider is required; the CCG reserves the right to limit the next accreditation round to specific geographical areas only. All potential providers who wish to express an interest in the service will be required to complete an accreditation questionnaire. Wolverhampton CCG will assess the responses to the accreditation questionnaire to determine if a provider is sufficiently qualified to provide the service specified in the Service Specification contained within the Accreditation documentation. All providers who meet the required minimum quality criteria, who accepts the NHS Standard Contract Terms and who accept Specification and the Tariff for the service set by the Wolverhampton CCG will be offered a contract. Applications will be accepted from all organisation types including sole provider, consortia, partnership, lead provider etc. In securing services from Providers, the CCGs needs assurance of competence, quality and safety standards, just as it would for services secured under a formal tender process. Any provider will be eligible to join a list of qualified providers subject to demonstrating competency against the Authority’s specified criteria. The list will be open to new entrants to the market, subject to assessment. The successful provider(s) will be required to sign the standard NHS Contract, accepting all terms and conditions. The services to which this advertisement relates fall within Part B of Schedule 3 of the Public Contracts Regulations. Neither placement of this advertisement nor any other indication shall be taken to mean that the Contracting Authority intends to hold itself bound by any of these Regulations, save those applicable to Part B Services.

Complex Continuing Healthcare Market Engagement Event

SOUTH OF ENGLAND PROCUREMENT SERVICES | Published November 19, 2015
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85000000

This is for a market engagement event for providers of Complex Continuing NHS Healthcare services. Hampshire 5 Clinical commissioning groups wish to discuss the tender process and service requirement with interested providers, The event will be in the Hampshire (Eastleigh ) region (TBC) on the 15th December between 11 and 1pm. Providers that are interested in attending must register with the InTend portal and complete the delegate registration form. This service is commissioned in line with NHS West Hampshire CCG, NHS North Hampshire CCG, NHS South East Hampshire CCG, NHS North East Hampshire CCG, NHS Fareham and Gosport CCG (Hampshire 5) and reflects corporate priorities. Emphasis will be placed on the promotion of independence and the achievement of positive outcomes for the individual. Complex Care will include the provision of a care team and may also include the ordering, maintenance and disposal of specialist equipment, ancillary supplies, prescription management any or all of which may be required by the individual and will be set out in their care plan. The majority of Individuals will have severe complex health needs or a significant disability or/ and an additional mental health need that impacts upon their daily lives. However, the service may also be required to support families experiencing a range of difficulties. The services will primarily be available to individuals in their own living location; however, there will be occasions where the care package will be provided in an alternative environment.

CA2937 - Provision of General, Miscellaneous and Hazardous Non-Healthcare Waste Collection Service

Shropshire Healthcare Procurement Service | Published May 19, 2015  -  Deadline July 23, 2015
Winner
Veolia ES (UK) Limited
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The Collection, Transportation and Disposal, of Domestic, General, Miscellaneous and Hazardous Non-Healthcare Waste for the Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Hospital NHS Foundation Trust for a 2 year contract - To access this competition: login to https://suppliers.multiquote.com and view the opportunity CA2937. Not registered on MultiQuote - visit https://suppliers.multiquote.com then register and quote CA2937 as the reason for registration. Any queries please contact MultiQuote on 0151 482 9230.

INTERIM PROVISION FOR VALIDATION OF AN EMT L4 AWARD FOR A NEW DEFENCE MEDIC COURSE WITH DEFENCE COLLEGE OF HEALTHCARE EDUCATION AND TRAINING (DCHET).

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE | Published July 1, 2015  -  Deadline May 18, 2015
Winner
West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
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INTERIM PROVISION FOR VALIDATION OF AN EMT L4 AWARD FOR A NEW DEFENCE MEDIC COURSE WITH DEFENCE COLLEGE OF HEALTHCARE EDUCATION AND TRAINING (DCHET), comprising 3 intakes of up to 70 military students onto the EMT course which will allow progression to work based placements.

BCHC-15-0006 - Provision of Winter Maintenance (Gritting and Snow Clearance) Service to Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust

Birmingham Community Healthcare | Published June 9, 2015  -  Deadline July 13, 2015
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Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust (BCHC) has more than 5,000 staff working across Birmingham and the West Midlands in a wide range of community nursing and specialist healthcare roles. BCHC delivers over 100 clinical services, in people's homes, health centres, clinics and inpatient facilities. We deliver a wide range of services for children, young people, parents and families as well as adults and community services, two community hospitals, services for people with learning disabilities, the internationally recognised West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre and one of Europe's leading Dental Hospitals and School of Dentistry. The 2014 Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection found BCHC to be well led, effective, responsive, caring and safe, rating the Trust as 'good' overall. Employees were praised for their caring and compassionate nature. On 01 April 2013, the Birmingham Primary Care Shared Services Agency (BPCSSA) Estates team was split between BCHC and NHS Property Services (NHS-PS). As part of this restructure the physical estate and related services were allocated and transferred between the two organisations. With an in-house Estates Department the Trust has established a better understanding of the rationalised estate portfolio. The Trust intends to continue its strategy of centralisation of Estates services and intends to establish robust, safe, efficient and cost effective contracts in order to support the clinical services provided. It is recognised that the Trust has a duty of care to keep potentially dangerous areas safe for patients, staff and visitors and this includes protecting them from ice and snow. The contract period will cover a three (3) year period with the option to extend for two (2) periods of twelve (12) months. Totalling a maximum contract period of five (5) years

Provision of Administration for a Self-Funding Corporate Healthcare Service

BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY | Published September 9, 2016
Winner
AXA PPP Administration Services Limited
cpvs
66512000

The provision of Administration for a Self-Funding Corporate Healthcare Service i.e. a staff medical benefits insurance scheme.

Children’s and Adults Community Healthcare Services in Surrey

NHS Commercial Solutions | Published November 10, 2015
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85100000

As stated in the original Future opportunity notice published in September 2015, Surrey CCGs and Surrey County Council combined intend to undertake a procurement process for the provision of adult community services and some children’s community services. Information and networking events for potential bidders and other interested parties are being held as below. Potential bidders and other interested parties wishing to attend should register by Friday 20th November 2015, by emailing: community.services@nwsurreyccg.nhs.uk with the following details: • Name of attendee(s) • Job title of attendee(s) • Organisation details, including address and contact details. Please ensure that the title of the email contains the reference “Community services procurement Childrens and/or Adults event”. The CCGs and Surrey County Council reserve the right to limit the number of attendees per organisation or to request that some who express an interest attend an alternative event. This is dependent on numbers. The indicative timescale for the procurement process is: •Information and networking event(s) for potential bidders and interested parties in September-November 2015. •Issuing of Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) in January 2016 •Shortlisting of bidders based on PQQ evaluation in March 2016 •ITT issue in April 2016 •Notification of award of contract in August 2016 •Mobilisation and transition arrangements from September 2016 onwards •Commencement of services on 1 April 2017 All information is subject to amendment. Children's Services Event 24th November 2015, 2.00-5.00pm, St Columbas House, Maybury Hill, Woking GU22 8AB Adult Services Event 25th November 2015, 10.00am-1.00pm, The Glass Room, GLive, London Road, Guildford GU1 2AA

BCHC-15-0012 INVITATION TO MINI-COMPETITION TO ESTABLISH A CALL-OFF CONTRACT FOR THE BENEFIT OF BIRMINGHAM COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST (BCHC) FOR TOTAL WASTE MANAGEMENT PURSUANT TO THE HEALTHTRUST EUROPE (THE) FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT FOR OJEU REF: 2011/S 150-261071 LOT 1– DOMESTIC WASTE SERVICES

Birmingham Comunity Healthcare NHS Trust | Published July 30, 2015  -  Deadline August 3, 2015
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Invitation to mini-competition to establish a call-off contract for the benefit of Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust (BCHC) for Total Waste Management pursuant to the HealthTrust Europe (HTE) framework agreement for OJEU ref: 2011/s 150-261071 Lot 1– Domestic Waste Services. Only suppliers named on this HTE framework agreement may apply.

Repair and maintenance services of mechanical building installations

Hertfordshire NHS Procurement on behalf of the West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published January 24, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017
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50712000, 45252126, 45330000, 45332200, 71630000, 71800000, 90910000, 90921000

West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust provides acute healthcare services to a core catchment population of approximately 500 000 people living in West Hertfordshire and the surrounding area. The Trust also provides a range of more specialist services to a wider population, serving residents of North London, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and East Hertfordshire and sees nearly 1 000 000 patients each year.

The West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust is looking for a provider who can supply specialist services relating to the monitoring and safety of Water Systems, Legionella and Associated Equipment and Services.

This Tender covers, but not limited to (please refer to tender documentation) for:

Water Hygiene;

Risk Assessments;

Review of Risk Assessments;

Monthly Monitoring;

Quarterly review;

6 Months Monitoring;

Annual Monitoring;

Temperature Checks, Inspections, Samples and Chlorination;

Monitoring for Legionella Cold Water;

Monitoring for Legionella Hot Water;

Pseudomonas;

Clean and Chlorinated Shower Head;

Water Storage Tanks;

Water flushing regimes;

Refurbishments.

NHS England - East Health and Justice Commissioning: Health Needs Assessment (Police Custody)

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published November 27, 2015  -  Deadline December 23, 2015
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85100000

NHS England wishes to commission health needs assessments for the healthcare service in police custody. Bidders are expected to undertake interviews of appropriate commissioners to elicit the information they need, as well as accessing data from relevant sources. The reports must have a section at the end in which all the recommendations are stated in a single section. Recommendations should be clear, robust and substantiated by the foregoing report. The provider of the HNA must provide both an initial draft and a final draft of the report for comment in Word. This allows comments to be made within the text of the initial draft, and also allows extraction of the text from the final draft for insertion into other documents. The initial and final drafts must be delivered to claire.weston2@nhs.net. Bidders must be in a position to provide a draft of the report(s) they have been contracted to provide by 4th March 2016. Bidders are expected to notify the commissioner every two weeks of progress towards delivery of the initial and final drafts. The opportunity will be advertised to any potential provider in w/ending 27/11/15 and bids must be submitted by 23rd December 2015. NHS England will notify all bidders of the outcome by 8th January 2016.

Forensic Medical Services

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde | Published March 15, 2016
Winner
Custody And Offender Medical Service
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311600, 319999

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHS GG&C) aims, through a partnership approach with Police Scotland, to provide person centred, safe and clinically effective healthcare services for people brought to Police Offices and healthcare facilities within the NHS GG&C area in support of Police Scotland Custody Division.
This service will provide signposting and direct referral to the following services:
Primary and secondary care for physical health needs.
Primary and secondary care for Mental Health needs
Primary and secondary care for Addiction needs.
Forensic Physicians (FPS) will provide general healthcare and forensic medical assessment of people in police custody/suspects in police custody, complainants/complainers (alleged victims) of crime, police officers injured while on duty; and attend scenes of death in the event of suspicious or unexplained circumstances, at such locations as police officers request. FPS will prescribe and oversee the dispensing and administration of medication to those in custody including input to, awareness and support of the use and development of Nurse Prescribing and Patient Group Directions within the Police Custody Healthcare Service. (PCHS)

Forensic Medical Services

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde | Published October 26, 2015  -  Deadline November 23, 2015
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311600, 319999

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHS GG&C) aims, through a partnership approach with Police Scotland, to provide person centred, safe and clinically effective healthcare services for people brought to Police Offices and healthcare facilities within the NHS GG&C area in support of Police Scotland Custody Division. This service will provide signposting and direct referral to the following services: Primary and secondary care for physical health needs. Primary and secondary care for Mental Health needs Primary and secondary care for Addiction needs. Forensic Physicians (FPS) will provide general healthcare and forensic medical assessment of people in police custody/suspects in police custody, complainants/complainers (alleged victims) of crime, police officers injured while on duty; and attend scenes of death in the event of suspicious or unexplained circumstances, at such locations as police officers request. FPS will prescribe and oversee the dispensing and administration of medication to those in custody including input to, awareness and support of the use and development of Nurse Prescribing and Patient Group Directions within the Police Custody Healthcare Service. (PCHS)