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Medical consumables

Anchor Trust | Published November 18, 2017  -  Deadline December 20, 2017
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33140000

Supply of medical consumables.

Supply of medical consumables, this tender will include an e-auction.

Medical needles

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council | Published December 12, 2015
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Medical needles

Medical and Consumables supply.

Anchor Trust | Published March 8, 2016
Winner
Nursing Hygiene Group
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33100000, 33700000

Supply of medical equipment and consumables to Anchor locations throughout England.

Medical and Consumables Supply.

Anchor Trust | Published August 22, 2015  -  Deadline September 23, 2015
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33100000, 33700000

Supply of medical equipment and consumables to anchor locations throughout England.

YPO - 000545 First Aid & Medical Supplies

YPO | Published January 7, 2016  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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33141620, 33196000, 33197000, 33199000

YPO - 000545 First Aid & Medical Supplies

YPO - 000540 Industrial, Scientific, Medical Gases & Associated Products & Services

YPO | Published October 5, 2015  -  Deadline November 6, 2015
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09122110, 24110000, 24111000, 24112200, 24113000, 24210000, 24212100, 24321115

This tender is to establish a framework agreement for the supply of Industrial, Scientific, Calibration and Medical Gases, including but not limited to Risk Assessments, Safety Training and Accessories. 

 

MEDICAL, AMBULANCE & FIRST AID CONTRACT (OUTDOOR EVENTS)

Bradford Metropolitan District Council | Published May 28, 2015  -  Deadline June 8, 2015
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33000000, 80000000, 85000000, 92000000, 98000000

Background Bradford Council is looking to appoint a supplier for the provision of Medical Services for outdoor events for the years 2015 and 2016, with the potential of a one year extension. This may include provision at the 3 major events (listed below) and a number of other possible smaller events throughout the year across the Bradford District. Bingley Music Live (Friday 4th September 2015 – Sunday 6th September 2015)

The Council run event - Bingley Music Live (BML) held in the picturesque Myrtle Park is big enough to attract the top names yet intimate enough to give a platform to the kind of acts that feel like a real discovery. The diverse weekend line up attracts up to 15,000 people each year, including groups and individuals of all ages.

 

As well as established, platinum selling artists its two stages also present the very best new music artists that are hotly tipped by some in the music industry to be the next big thing. Since it began is 2007 BML has seen emerging acts like:- Professor Green, Example, Jake Bugg and Calvin Harris with more recent acts:- Jess Glynne, Bipolar Sunshine, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Chloe Howl and MNEK ready to follow in their footsteps.

For more details visit www.bingleymusiclive.com

 

Bradford Sky Ride – (Sunday 20th September 2015)

Sky Rides are big, fun events which take over a town or city centre so lots of cyclists of all ages and abilities can ride safely together on a traffic-free route. They’re a great day out for families, with loads to do both on and off a bike. Read more at https://www.goskyride.com.

Sky Ride Bradford has seen up to 6000 riders of all ages taking part in one event. This year we have an exciting new route, starting in City Park and leading you for 5K, through the City Centre streets into Little Germany, along Hall Ings and into the Tricks and Tunes Hub, where lots of entertainment awaits you. Refreshments are also available. You can then return to the route, at your leisure and head back to City Park for some further entertainment.

The best thing is, whilst the road closures are in place, you can do this circuit as many times as your legs will allow!

 

Bradford City Runs – (Sunday 25th October 2015)

The Bradford City Runs is a joint venture between Bradford Council and the Bradford Athletics Network. The event has grown significantly, and in 2014, we had over 1000 entrants. Family and friends are warmly welcomed to support the runners, with entertainment and refreshments available in City Park throughout the event.

The event is now in its 6th year and features a variety of races under the banner of a single event.  Races are held at the following distances:

Half marathon

10k

5k

1k (Children’s Race)

 

The route loop starts in front of the old Odeon building and finishes back in City Park, where you will be cheered through the finish line. Road closures are in place throughout, allowing you to run freely and safely along the streets of Bradford.

This year, we will have a new area for little runners, filling Centenary Square with lots of fun and games for children.

 

Medical equipments, pharmaceuticals and personal care products

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council | Published January 19, 2017
Winner
Aidapt Bathrooms Limited
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33000000, 33196100, 33196200, 44410000, 39143100, 39150000, 39220000

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, ‘the Council’ is seeking highly experienced provider(s) to provide the Council with a wide range of Aids for Daily Living to aid client's independence in their own homes, which consist of healthcare aids, disability aids, and mobility aids. The client base will include patients following hospital discharge, disability, illness, elderly and the infirm. There will be a variety of products which include equipment to be used in Bathing (to include electrical and non-electrical items), Bedroom, Rails, Kitchen and Toileting.

Medical equipments, pharmaceuticals and personal care products

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council | Published September 24, 2016  -  Deadline October 27, 2016
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33000000, 33196100, 33196200, 44410000, 39143100, 39150000, 39220000

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, ‘the Council’ is seeking highly experienced provider(s) to provide the Council with a wide range of Aids for Daily Living to aid client's independence in their own homes, which consist of healthcare aids, disability aids, and mobility aids. The client base will include patients following hospital discharge, disability, illness, elderly and the infirm. There will be a variety of products which include equipment to be used in Bathing (to include electrical and non-electrical items), Bedroom, Rails, Kitchen and Toileting. The provider(s) that the Council seek will be able to provide high quality products whilst maintaining a high quality, reliable service. The successful provider(s) will be invited to provide equipment in bulk and pack sizes to our a central warehouse at Bradford & Airedale Community Equipment Service (BACES), Station Road, Low Moor, Bradford BD12 0LU, with training and on-going support to Health and Adult and Community Services and/or carers. Requirements may be requested from other departments within the Council.

Medical equipments, pharmaceuticals and personal care products

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council | Published October 12, 2017  -  Deadline November 13, 2017
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33000000, 33700000, 90513000, 85142300, 90524100, 90524200, 90524300

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council (‘the Council’) is seeking to appoint an experienced Contractor to provide Washroom and Hygiene Services. This service includes sanitary disposal, nappy disposal, sharps disposal, vending services and offensive waste disposal for all council buildings found across the Bradford District.

The contract will be for a period of 3 years from December 2017 with the option to extend a further 2 periods of 1 year.

Further details of the requirements will be specified within the tender documents and will be made available via the regional tendering website http://yortender.co.uk

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council (‘the Council’) is seeking to appoint an experienced Contractor to provide Washroom and Hygiene Services.

This service includes sanitary disposal, nappy disposal, sharps disposal, vending services and offensive waste disposal for all council buildings found across the Bradford District. This will cover (but is not limited to) offices, leisure centres, theatres, art galleries, public buildings and schools across the Bradford District.

Provision of Medical, Ambulance and First Aid Services at Various Events

Bradford Metropolitan District Council | Published May 8, 2018  -  Deadline May 25, 2018
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85120000

Bradford Council is looking to appoint a supplier for the provision of Medical Services for outdoor events for the years 2018, 2019 and 2020, with the potential of a one year extension. This may include provision at Bingley Music Live, Illuminate Bradford and Bradford Festival as well as a number of other possible smaller events throughout the period across the Bradford District.

YPO - 000709 Industrial Gases

YPO | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline January 13, 2016
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09122110, 24110000, 24111000, 24112100, 24112200, 24113000, 24210000, 24321115

 

 

This tender is to establish a framework agreement for the supply of Industrial, Scientific, Calibration and Medical Gases, including but not limited to Risk Assessments, Safety Training and Accessories.

 

BTH 150 Chemo e-Prescribing and Medicines Administration.

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust | Published June 24, 2015
Winner
CIS Oncology Ltd
cpvs
48180000, 48100000, 85149000

Medical software package. Industry specific software package. Pharmacy services. Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is seeking to procure and implement a complete system to provide e-prescribing and medicines administration for oncology and haematology, with clinical decision support and workflow capabilities to enable the delivery of improvements in safety, productivity and efficiency in all clinical settings including inpatient, day-case and outpatient settings.

Provision of Hackney Carriage, Private Hire & Operator Licence Vehicles for Passenger Transport Services (PTS)

Bradford Metropolitan District Council | Published March 10, 2014  -  Deadline March 31, 2018
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60120000, 60130000, 60140000, 60171000, 60172000

The Council’s Passenger Transport Service (PTS) are tasked with providing transport for circa 1200 vulnerable clients to circa 300 locations twice per day.  This requires over 600 vehicles with circa 1,000 service variations taking place per month.  The current service is delivered by circa 70 supplier companies with journeys (runs) being awarded based on: availability & capacity; experience / performance history and price.

The service is responsible for arranging transport for the following groups: Special Education Needs Children (SEN), Pupil Referral Unit Children (PRU), Looked After Children (LAC) and Vulnerable Adults.  These vulnerable client groups frequently have specific and complex needs relating to their behaviour, medical considerations or personal situation, e.g. inability to share a vehicle with others, unable to travel more than 60 minutes, require special attention etc.

 

NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG - Provision of Patient Transportation Services (NEMTS)

NHS Yorkshire and Humber Commissioning Support | Published February 1, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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60130000

NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (hereafter the Commissioning Organisation) is seeking to commission a non-emergency medical transport service through an open procurement process. We are seeking a single provider to provide all Non-emergency medical transport services (NEMTS services). Whilst the provider will be able to sub-contract elements of the service to competent sub-contractors, it is expected that the provider will provide the majority of the services. The preferred Bidder will be required to demonstrate how they will deliver services in an environment of transforming health care provision as outlined in the NHS Five Year Forward View and East Riding of Yorkshire Transformation Plan Refresh 2016-2020.

Bradford City CCG APMS Homeless & Asylum Seekers

NHS Sheffield CCG | Published May 4, 2017  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
Winner
Bevan Healthcare CIC
cpvs
85000000

General Overview and Objectives of Services The key aims of the service are: Deliver a holistic primary care and social care service to the following groups: • Homeless; • asylum seekers; • refugees; and • socially excluded groups Deliver integrated, outreach services to hard to reach groups. These services will be interlinked. The outreach services are: • respite and integrated care and support service • pathway service (holistic assessment of health and social care needs of inpatients) • street medicine service The key objectives are: • to provide safe, high quality, effective structured primary medical care and health promotion, tailored to the unique needs of Bradford's most socially excluded patients, that is responsive to Patient and community needs; • to focus service provision on 'predict and prevent' as well as 'diagnose and treat' - placing a strong emphasis on improving capacity to anticipate the future health needs of this population whilst also taking into account current needs; • to increase access to primary medical care, health promotion and Patient education that proactively maximises engagement with hard to reach and socially excluded individuals; and to develop approaches that empower Patients, their carers and families; • to work in partnership with other agencies to address wider Patient needs; and • to strive continuously through innovation and engagement to improve Patient experience and outcomes for primary medical care Patients, their carers and families.

Community Respiratory Services

YORKSHIRE AND HUMBER COMMISSIONING SUPPORT | Published May 9, 2016  -  Deadline June 8, 2016
cpvs
85100000

• Support accurate and early diagnosis of respiratory disease, in particular COPD and adult asthma. • Support long term management of patients with respiratory disease through informed care planning and patient education and appropriate prescribing. • Deliver assessment of patients for home oxygen, prescription of oxygen and on-going robust reviews. • Identify those patients who make little or no use of the oxygen that is prescribed (using the oxygen supplier’s concordance data) and review their need. • Monitoring of concordance of all patients using Home Oxygen to identify those over-using their o2 and develop plans to manage patient concordance • Identify patients who would be at risk if they received high-flow oxygen and provide them with an alert card, educating them on the importance of sharing this information with other care providers. • To work with the commissioner to effectively and appropriately manage spend against an indicative budget. • Work with commissioners and other providers within North Lincolnshire to develop and deliver integrated pathways of care for patients with exacerbations of respiratory disease. • Provide advice and guidance to general practice • Provide HCP education • Provide patient education and advice to improve self-care and management by respiratory patients, including advice and support around stopping smoking and appropriate use of medication and inhaler techniques. • Deliver an effective pulmonary rehabilitation service, improving completion rates. • Provide resources and tools to enable patients to better manage their condition themselves. • Ensure service users receive co-ordinated care that responds to their needs • To deliver affordable and Value for Money (VfM) primary medical care services.

Clinical Academic Careers Engagement Workshops

Health Education England | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline November 23, 2016
cpvs
800000

We are looking for a supplier to organise and host a series of eight workshops aimed at non-medical healthcare professions eligible to apply to the HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic (ICA) programme i.e. registered nurses, midwives, Allied Health Professionals and Healthcare Scientists, and thei... AV, refreshments and external speaker costs including travel). The successful provider will be expected to have experience within the clinical academic field and an excellent understanding of the opportunities and barriers within this space. All activity should be completed by 31 March 2017.
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