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Alternative Provider Medical Services (APMS) — Warrington, Wirral and Ellesmere Port.

NHS England Cheshire and Merseyside Area Team | Published April 21, 2015
Winner
Cheshire & Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
cpvs
85000000

The delivery of deliver essential, additional and enhanced services (APMS) to patients registered with Culcheth Surgery (Warrington), Chapelford Medical Centre (Warrington), Appleton Surgery (Warrington), Leasowe Primary Care Centre (Wirral) and Westminster Surgery (Ellesmere Port, Western Cheshire) as commissioned by NHS England Cheshire and Merseyside Area Team (Primary Care Commissioning).

National Framework Agreement for On-site Surgical and Medical Capacity Solutions

THE COUNTESS OF CHESTER HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published August 29, 2017  -  Deadline September 25, 2017
cpvs
85110000

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust's Commercial Procurement Service seeks to introduce a new commercial Framework Agreement which will allow UK public bodies to procure on-site surgical and medical capacity solutions. This will enable Participating Authorities to act quickly in realising efficiencies. This Invitation To Tender (ITT) is offered in three lots: Lot 1 On-Site Surgical and Medical Capacity Solutions (with no provision of capital equipment or infrastructure upgrades) Lot 2 On-Site Surgical and Medical Capacity Solutions (including provision of capital equipment and/or infrastructure upgrades) Lot 3 Pathway Redesign and Implementation Further details can be viewed at www.nhssourcing.co.uk

Early engagement to investigate off-site surgical and medical capacity solutions

COUNTESS OF CHESTER HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published March 12, 2018  -  Deadline March 30, 2018
cpvs
85000000

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust wishes to understand the capabilities of suppliers to deliver medical and surgical services at sites other than NHS hospitals (commonly known as surgical and medical outsourcing) in the Cheshire and Mersey area. Please send contact details (email and or telephone) to the address below. This is not a call for competition or for expressions of interest. The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust does not commit itself to carry out any invitation to tender as a result of this early market engagement.

National Framework Agreement for On-site Surgical and Medical Capacity Solutions.

COUNTESS OF CHESTER HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published November 14, 2017  -  Deadline September 25, 2017
Winner
Healthcare Business Solutions (UK) Limited
cpvs
85111000

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust's Commercial Procurement Service has introduceda new commercial Framework Agreement which will allow UK public bodies to procure on-site surgical andmedical capacity solutions. This will enable Participating Authorities to act quickly in realising efficiencies. This Invitation To Tender (ITT) was offered in 3 lots: Lot 1 On-Site Surgical and Medical Capacity Solutions (with no provision of capital equipment or infrastructureupgrades) Lot 2 On-Site Surgical and Medical Capacity Solutions (including provision of capital equipment and/orinfrastructure upgrades) Lot 3 Pathway Redesign and Implementation.

Alternative Provider Medical Service Willaston Surgery

NHS England - North (Cheshire & Merseyside) | Published June 26, 2017  -  Deadline August 2, 2017
cpvs
85000000

North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is a commissioning support service hosted by NHS England and is managing this procurement process for and on behalf of NHS England (North) Cheshire & Merseyside. Under co-commissioning arrangements and Level 3 delegated arrangements for commissioning Primary Care services West Cheshire CCG and NHSE are proposing to commission APMS service for the current Willaston Surgery in Willaston for an initial period of 4 years with the option to extend by a further 1 year. The current surgery is currently being provided a Neston Road, Willaston CH64 2TNTender documentation will be available as from 12:00 noon on 3 July 2017. For information on how to express an interest in this tender please see additional information at V1.3 of this notice.

Alternative Provider Medical Service Willaston Surgery

NHS England - North (Cheshire & Merseyside) | Published September 15, 2017  -  Deadline August 2, 2017
Winner
Cheshire & Wirral Partnership NHS FT
cpvs
85000000

North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is a commissioning support service hosted by NHS England and has managed this procurement process for and on behalf of NHS England (North) Cheshire & Merseyside. Under co-commissioning arrangements for commissioning Primary Care services West Cheshire CCG and NHSE have commissioned an APMS service for the current Willaston Surgery in Willaston for an initial period of 4 years with the option to extend by a further 1 year. The current surgery will be provided a Neston Road, Willaston CH64 2TN

Health and social work services

NHS England North (Cheshire and Merseyside) | Published November 7, 2017
cpvs
85000000, 85120000, 85100000, 85121000, 85121100, 85140000, 85141000

North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is working for and on behalf of NHS England (North) Cheshire and Merseyside. NHS England (North) Cheshire and Merseyside and West Cheshire CCG are jointly proposing to commission an APMS service for the current Westminster Surgery located in Cheshire.

NHS England North (Cheshire and Merseyside) are hosting a market engagement event to discuss the proposed procurement of an Alternative Provider Medical Service for Westminster Health Centre located in Cheshire. The event will primarily focus on but not be limited to the model of service and will invite views from providers on the potential service delivery models for the delivery of an Alternative Provider Medical Service for Westminster Health Centre. The event will be held on 23.11.2017 from 12:00 to 16:00 Room B at the 1829 Building, Countess of Chester Health Park, Liverpool Road, Chester, CH2 1HJ.

Health and social work services

NHS England North (Cheshire and Merseyside) | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline November 17, 2016
cpvs
85000000, 85100000, 85120000, 85121100, 85121000, 85140000, 85141000

North of England Commissioning support (NECS) is a commissioning support service hosted by NHS England and is managing this procurement process for and on behalf of NHS England Cheshire & Merseyside (The Contracting Authority) NHS England are accountable for the provision of Alternative Provider Medical Services (APMS) in the Cheshire and Merseyside area and are proposing to commission an APMS contract.

The APMS is currently provided from The Knoll Surgery Princeway Health Centre Princeway Frodsham WA6 6RX.

Supply of Staff Uniforms and Footwear.

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2015
cpvs
18110000, 35113400, 33199000, 18300000, 18110000, 18222000, 33199000, 18100000, 18800000, 18100000, 18222000, 18100000, 18130000, 35113400, 18830000, 18800000, 18830000

The Trust requires supplier(s) to supply staff uniforms and workwear. This requirement will be split into the following lots: Lot 1: Medical Stock (including theatre clogs) Lot 2: Various Non-Stock Uniforms and Office Wear Lot 3: Work Wear Lot 4: Footwear (not including theatre clogs) Various styles and colours of uniforms are required. A number of the uniforms require an embroidered logo. Tenderers may bid for one or more lots. Further detail is provided in the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire document.

Health and social work services

North of England Commissioning Support Unit | Published October 19, 2016  -  Deadline November 17, 2016
cpvs
85000000, 85100000, 85120000, 85121100, 85121000, 85140000, 85141000

This APMS service is currently provided from existing premises The Knoll Surgery Princeway Health Centre, Frodsham WA6 6RX; As of the 1.7.2016 this practice had a raw patient list of 5580 and a weighted patient list of 5619 NHS England has a set price of 76.44 GBP (80.59 GBP less 4.15 GBP out of hours opt-out) for the capitation payments per weighted patient. This capitation payment is designed to cover the Essential & Additional Services element of the contract as per the NHS (General Medical

Supply of Staff Uniforms and Footwear

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published April 28, 2016
Winner
MWUK (trading as Alexandra)
cpvs
18110000, 35113400, 33199000, 18300000, 18110000, 18222000

The Trust requires supplier(s) to supply staff uniforms and work-wear. This requirement will be split into the following lots:

Lot 1: Medical Stock (including theatre clogs);

Lot 2: Various Non-Stock Uniforms and Office Wear;

Lot 3: Work Wear;

Lot 4: Footwear (not including theatre clogs).

Various styles and colours of uniforms are required. A number of the uniforms require an embroidered logo. Tenderers may bid for 1 or more lots.

Haemodialysis Consumables

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published June 8, 2016
Winner
Fresenius Medical Care
cpvs
33181520

Following a competitive tendering exercise for a capital rolling replacement contract for Haemodialysis machines and associated consumables (OJEU ref: 2012/S198-325289) the dialysis unit has standardised its haemodialysis machines and now has 21 Fresenius machines. The consumables were previously bought from a national framework under Lot 4 of the tender which was awarded for Haemodialysis Machines, Machine Maintenance and machine specific consumables (consumable to be purchased from national framework). This national framework has since expired. The contract is for the supply of Haemodialysis consumables from Fresnius Medical Care for a period of 2 years with the option to extend for a further 12+12 months.

Haemodialysis Consumables

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 21, 2016
Winner
Fresenius Medical Care (UK) Ltd
cpvs
33181520

Following a competitive tendering exercise for a capital rolling replacement contract for Haemodialysis machines and associated consumables (OJEU ref: 2012/S198-325289) the dialysis unit has standardised its haemodialysis machines and now has 21 Fresenius machines. The consumables were previously being bought from a national framework under Lot 4 of the tender which was awarded for Haemodialysis Machines, Machine Maintenance and machine specific consumables (consumables to be bought from national framework). This national framework has since expired. The proposed contract is for the supply of Haemodialysis consumables from Fresenius Medical Care for a period of 2 years with the option to extend for a further 12 + 12 months.

Haemodialysis Consumables

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 21, 2016
Winner
Fresenius Medical Care (UK) Ltd
cpvs
33181520

Following a competitive tendering exercise for a capital rolling replacement contract for Haemodialysis machines and associated consumables (OJEU ref: 2012/S198-325289) the dialysis unit has standardised its haemodialysis machines and now has 21 Fresenius machines. The consumables were previously being bought from a national framework under Lot 4 of the tender which was awarded for Haemodialysis Machines, Machine Maintenance and machine specific consumables (consumables to be bought from national framework). This national framework has since expired. The proposed contract is for the supply of Haemodialysis consumables from Fresenius Medical Care for a period of 2 years with the option to extend for a further 12 + 12 months.

UVC Cleaning Solutions

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published January 6, 2017
Winner
Amity Limited, GAMA Healthcare Limited, Preventamed Technologies EU Limited, Specialist Hygiene Solutions Limited
cpvs
39830000

A national Framework Agreement for the supply of UVC Cleaning solutions which are intended to be used as part of infection control as a supplement to standard cleaning and disinfection protocols in an attempt to reduce healthcare associated infections.

The UVC cleaning solutions will allow hospital staff to disinfect a number of environments within a healthcare setting including but not limited to patient rooms, hospital wards, operating rooms, emergency rooms, bathrooms and public areas and will disinfect a range of medical surfaces including but not limited to wheelchairs, bedside tables, walls and electronic equipment. The UVC solutions will eradicate all types of micro-organisms including Clostridium difficile (C.diff), and multi-drug resistant organisms such as MRSA, VRE, CRE, Acinetobacter and other healthcare associated infections.

Neurophysiology Services

 | Published July 8, 2016  -  Deadline July 29, 2016
cpvs
79625000

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in collaboration with Warrington & Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is seeking a single supplier to provide the following Adult Clinical Neurophysiology tests to both Trusts: (a) Outpatient EEGs and EMGs (b) Outpatient complex carpal tunnel tests and nerve conduction studies (c) Inpatient EEG and EMG’s Whilst there is no requirement for paediatric neurophysiology tests, there may be occasional requirements for Sleep EEG testing. The contract duration will be for a two year period, with the option to extend for up to an additional two years. This requirement is for the supply services of medical personnel (79625000-1). This tender will therefore be governed by the Light-Touch Regime (LTR) rules. The value of this contract is below the LTR threshold and therefore will not be advertised in the OJEU.

Hospital services

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 10, 2017
Winner
Healthcare Business Solutions (UK) Limited
cpvs
85111000, 85110000

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust's Commercial Procurement Service has introduced a new commercial Framework Agreement which will allow UK public bodies to procure on-site surgical and medical capacity solutions. This will enable Participating Authorities to act quickly in realising efficiencies.

This Invitation To Tender (ITT) was offered in 3 lots:

Lot 1 On-Site Surgical and Medical Capacity Solutions (with no provision of capital equipment or infrastructure upgrades)

Lot 2 On-Site Surgical and Medical Capacity Solutions (including provision of capital equipment and/or infrastructure upgrades)

Lot 3 Pathway Redesign and Implementation.

The overall aims of the Lot 1 Services are to provide NHS Organisations with fully compliant solutions which supplement the delivery of patient care by NHS Organisations in line with the NHS' core Key Performance Indicators including but not limited to: A&E 4 hour wait targets, elective 18 week Referral to Treatment targets,cancelled procedures targets, bed availability and utilisation targets, timely and appropriate diagnostic testing targets and urgent 2 week GP referral rules for suspected cancer. The Lot 1 Services will aim:

— To provide high quality support that can be called upon at relatively short notice.

— To prevent inappropriate waiting times for patients and assist NHS Organisations in meeting national targets and guidelines.

— To enable delivery of a Patient Pathway from referral to treatment that removes unnecessary delay in treatment.

— To establish a positive working relationship between an NHS Organisation and the Supplier to facilitate and maximise service delivery, the emphasis being on timely, quality, cost effective, evidence-based care, with appropriate clinical protocols and audit where possible.

— To provide medical, nursing or other staff as a part of the Lot 1 Services to perform clinical and support activities, including therapies and administration.

— To help Trusts to avoid unnecessary, inappropriate primary and secondary referrals

— To provide tailored audit and review processes with national and locally agreed Key Performance Indicators.

Lot 1 Services do not include the sourcing by the Supplier of additional capital equipment and/or infrastructure upgrades.

The overall aims of the Lot 2 Services are to provide NHS Organisations with fully compliant solutions which supplement the delivery of patient care by NHS Organisations in line with the NHS' core Key Performance Indicators including but not limited to: A&E 4 hour wait targets, elective 18 week Referral to Treatment targets, cancelled procedures targets, bed availability and utilisation targets, timely and appropriate diagnostic testing targets and urgent 2 week GP referral rules for suspected cancer. The Lot 2 Services will aim:

— To provide high quality support that can be called upon at relatively short notice.

— To prevent inappropriate waiting times for patients and assist NHS Organisations in meeting national targets and guidelines.

— To enable delivery of a Patient Pathway from referral to treatment that removes unnecessary delay in treatment.

— To establish a positive working relationship between an NHS Organisation and the Supplier to facilitate and maximise service delivery, the emphasis being on timely, quality, cost effective, evidence-based care, with appropriate clinical protocols and audit where possible.

— To provide medical, nursing and other staff as a part of the service to perform clinical and support activities, including therapies and administration.

— To help NHS Organisations to achieve additional physical capacity, such as capital equipment or infrastructure upgrades for the purposes of repatriating patients.

— To help Trusts to avoid unnecessary, inappropriate primary and secondary referrals.

— To provide tailored audit and review processes with national and locally agreed Key Performance Indicators.

Lot 2 Services may include the sourcing by the Supplier of additional high quality capital equipment and/or infrastructure upgrades using innovative funding models to optimise the performance of the facilities without necessitating additional NHS Organisation capital spend. Such equipment and infrastructure upgrade may include outpatient, diagnostic, ward space or any other upgrades to existing facilities which enhance capacity and/or throughput. Innovative funding models may include guaranteed minimum activity levels to cover any capital investment made by the Supplier, with such minimum activity levels to be agreed with the NHS Organisation and described in the Call Off Contract.

This Lot will seeks Suppliers who will carry out a detailed assessment of an NHS Organisation's patient pathway or pathways, the supporting infrastructure and the service provided, propose means to optimise the patient pathway(s) considering existing infrastructure and equipment constraints and potential for future expansion and subsequently implement the redesigned patient pathway(s).

National Framework Agreement to supply carbon and energy infrastructure upgrades.

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 7, 2015  -  Deadline June 1, 2015
cpvs
71314000, 45300000, 71315000, 71314300, 31682000, 45200000, 45251000, 71312000, 71314310, 65400000, 71320000, 51100000, 50700000, 45315300, 71313000, 31527260, 71314200, 66000000, 09300000

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (COCH) and its partner the Carbon and Energy Fund Ltd wish to offer transformational change services to the NHS, Local and Central Government specific to low carbon energy efficient infrastructure and the ongoing management, facilities management, maintenance management or supply of utilities, lifecycling and performance of their contractual obligations therein. see www.carbonandenergyfund.net and this document for more information. This opportunity seeks to establish a framework of all capable suppliers who offer low carbon energy efficient infrastructure services, improvements and upgrades to existing or new public sector facilities. These upgrades should offer client authorities guaranteed reduced running costs, reduced energy consumption and reduced carbon emissions. Schemes should guarantee minimum levels of savings over the period of each contract let under the framework which may be for 15 to 30 years long (after installation), or the life of the plant installed The framework is also intended to be used for the national initiative for the installation of solar PV at scale into the HMG estate Individual mini-competitions may relate to any one, some or all of the services detailed herein Infrastructure improvements or upgrades may typically include combined heat and power, boilers (steam LTHW or MTHW), district heating, heat recovery, chilling, cooling, air handling, controls, solar PV, lighting, insulation, building insulation, glazing, water savings, waste to energy, pyrolysis, clinical waste destruction or removal, biomass, biogas, grid reinforcement, electrical (HV, MV and LV) improvements (demand reduction, generation, co-generation, tri-generation, standby generation), gas supplies (natural or biogas, on the national grid or not) technology to change or improve maintenance arrangements, medical or other records, electric vehicles, vehicle charging, vehicle maintenance, medical equipment charging or improvements, transfer of staff or subcontractors and any related technologies or services that are relevant to any mini-competition. In addition the remit of the Government Solar Strategy to install Solar PV at scales across the HMG Estate will be covered within this framework agreement opportunity This may also be elaborated to include any other form of renewable power generation as suitably identified within the given call-off project. To this end, the contracting authority may accept consortia onto the framework if required in order to get the correct skill and experience mix. Management, facilities management, supply or lifecycling all relate to the supply, operation, and continued performance of the installation for the life of the contract using the bidders staff, contractors, or those of the procuring authority under the direction or guidance of the contractor. Lots in reference to this opportunity refer to the type of mini-competition to be run under the framework, one of which will take multiple bidders to a fixed price tender, and the other will reduce the bidders to one before seeking an investment grade proposal with that single contractor. Bidders are required to apply for both variant mini-competition routes. All companies on the framework will be asked to participate in a mini-competition for each project. In many cases the selected supplier will be expected to take over the existing energy facilities building/ boilerhouse or plant rooms relevant to the project, some under license and some under a simple lease, for the operational period of the contract. The selected suppliers will be expected to supply operational and maintenance support for the relevant plant and equipment, the details of which will be set out in the memorandum of information for each project. This may be extended to cover additional operation and maintenance of existing plant and equipment. Projects may be multi-site and may be multiagency (several public sector clients) Selected suppliers must be able to deliver and guarantee the energy and energy management services to the relevant public bodies over the lifetime of the contract which are typically 15 to 30 years after practical completion. The framework is available for use by the entire UK public sector as detailed in the additional information field.

National Framework Agreement to supply carbon and energy infrastructure upgrades.

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published August 1, 2015
Winner
Vital Energi
cpvs
71314000, 71315000, 45300000, 71314300, 31682000, 45200000, 45251000, 71312000, 71314310, 65400000, 71320000, 51100000, 45315300, 71313000, 31527260, 71314200, 66000000, 09300000

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (COCH) and its partner the Carbon and Energy Fund Ltd wish to offer transformational change services to the NHS, Local and Central Government specific to low carbon energy efficient infrastructure and the ongoing management, facilities management, maintenance management or supply of utilities, lifecycling and performance of their contractual obligations therein. See www.carbonandenergyfund.net and this document for more information. This opportunity seeks to establish a framework of all capable suppliers who offer low carbon energy efficient infrastructure services, improvements and upgrades to existing or new public sector facilities. These upgrades should offer client authorities guaranteed reduced running costs, reduced energy consumption and reduced Powered by BravoSolution eSourcing Technology 5 / 23 carbon emissions. Schemes should guarantee minimum levels of savings over the period of each contract let under the framework which may be for 15 to 30 years long (after installation), or the life of the plant installed The framework is also intended to be used for the national initiative for the installation of solar PV at scale into the HMG estate Individual mini-competitions may relate to any one, some or all of the services detailed herein Infrastructure improvements or upgrades may typically include combined heat and power, boilers (steam LTHW or MTHW), district heating, heat recovery, chilling, cooling, air handling, controls, solar PV, lighting, insulation, building insulation, glazing, water savings, waste to energy, pyrolysis, clinical waste destruction or removal, biomass, biogas, grid reinforcement, electrical (HV, MV and LV) improvements (demand reduction, generation, cogeneration, tri-generation, standby generation), gas supplies (natural or biogas, on the national grid or not ) technology to change or improve maintenance arrangements, medical or other records, electric vehicles, vehicle charging, vehicle maintenance, medical equipment charging or improvements, transfer of staff or subcontractors and any related technologies or services that are relevant to any mini-competition. In addition the remit of the Government Solar Strategy to install Solar PV at scales across the HMG Estate will be covered within this framework agreement opportunity This may also be elaborated to include any other form of renewable power generation as suitably identified within the given call-off project. To this end, the contracting authority may accept consortia onto the framework if required in order to get the correct skill and experience mix. Management, facilities management, supply or lifecycling all relate to the supply, operation, and continued performance of the installation for the life of the contract using the bidders staff, contractors, or those of the procuring authority under the direction or guidance of the contractor. Lots in reference to this opportunity refer to the type of minicompetition to be run under the framework, one of which will take multiple bidders to a fixed price tender, and the other will reduce the bidders to one before seeking an investment grade proposal with that single contractor. Bidders are required to apply for both variant mini-competition routes. All companies on the framework will be asked to participate in a mini-competition for each project. In many cases the selected supplier will be expected to take over the existing energy facilities building/ boilerhouse or plant rooms relevant to the project, some under license and some under a simple lease, for the operational period of the contract. The selected suppliers will be expected to supply operational and maintenance support for the relevant plant and equipment, the details of which will be set out in the memorandum of information for each project. This may be extended to cover additional operation and maintenance of existing plant and equipment. Projects may be multi-site and may be multiagency ( several public sector clients ) Selected suppliers must be able to deliver and guarantee the energy and energy management services to the relevant public bodies over the lifetime of the contract which are typically 15 to 30 years after practical completion. The framework is available for use by the entire UK public sector as detailed in the additional information field.

Occupational Health Services.

Cheshire West and Chester Council | Published November 27, 2015
cpvs
85147000

The 3 Councils of Cheshire West and Chester Council, Cheshire East Council and Warrington Council wish to appoint a single provider to deliver Occupational Health Services to each Council. The Councils have a duty of care to their employees and recognise that in order to provide effective services they must make sure that their employees stay healthy and fit for work and that, as far as possible, the work that they do does not affect their health. The Councils have in place absence management systems which set out the principles governing the management of health, safety and welfare risks, and the Councils have targets in place for the proportion of working days lost to sickness absence. The Councils are seeking a proactive approach from an occupational health provider to assist the Council to reduce Health and Well-being related absence, to minimise time lost by advising on, or taking any action, to enable employees to resume working. Cheshire East Council and Cheshire West and Chester Council's Occupational Health Unit is an in-house service that is a shared service between the two Councils. The Unit provides occupational health services to the staff of both councils and also to the councils' arms-length organisations. There are also contracts in place for the provision of occupational health services to schools and academies in Cheshire East and Cheshire West. Warrington Council's Occupational Health Services are provided by an external provider. Core Services: — Pre-employment screening service; — Occupational Health Assessments/ Management referrals; — Counselling. Health Surveillance Services: — Hearing tests; — VDU Eyesight Screening; — HGV Licence Medical; — HAVs Assessments. Additional Services: — Workplace assessments; — Physiotherapy (Warrington only); — Drug and Alcohol testing; — Flu Vaccinations (Warrington only); — Hep B Vaccinations; — Health Promotion Services; — 24 Hour Telephone Helpline Service. Cheshire East and Chester West Councils are looking for a provider to be in place and providing their Occupational Health Services by 1.9.2016. Warrington Borough Council are looking for a provider to be in place for 1.4.2017. The anticipated contract length is an initial 3-year contract term with two extension periods of 12 months (ie total potential duration of 5 years). The 3 Councils are holding a Meet the Buyer meeting on Wednesday 9.12.2015. The format of the session will be a short presentation from the Councils followed by an opportunity to ask Questions. This will be an opportunity for interested providers to find out more information about the opportunity and raise any queries to the Councils. To book a place, please e-mail debbie.pitcher@cheshirewest.gov.uk