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APMS Contract for Burton Road Surgery - Lincoln

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit | Published October 15, 2014
cpvs
85000000

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) on behalf of NHS England (Leicestershire and Lincolnshire) are seeking suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver a Primary Medical Service under an Alternative Provider Medical Services (APMS) Contract at; Burton Road Surgery, 181 Burton Road, Lincoln, LN1 3LT. This primary medical care service contract has an anticipated start date of 1st July 2015 as the existing contract will cease on 30th June 2015. Our expectations are that these contracts will offer increased patient access and funding will be linked to KPI achievement within the current budgets. The successful provider(s) will need to demonstrate that they can deliver service(s) of a continuously high-quality and will be responsive to the needs of the diverse local populations. Provider(s) will be assessed on an on-going basis to ensure they deliver the quality required. There will be a requirement to deliver GP Services from the existing premises. These service(s) must be provided by GPs and Nurses and provider(s) will be expected to deliver: • High quality Primary Medical Services responsive to the needs of the local populations • Promotion of healthy living with the aim of tackling the underlying causes of ill health • Essential services • All additional services • All Enhanced Services commissioned by NHS England • Increased access The Invitation to Tender (ITT) documentation is planned to be available from 17/10/2014 and should be completed by the closing date of 5pm on 01/12/2014. All submissions will be evaluated using the scoring criteria which is contained within the ITT -Document 1. Clarifications may be asked during the procurement process, the deadline for clarification questions is 5pm on 24/11/14. All correspondence relating to this procurement throughout all stages of the process must be managed through the Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) eTendering Procurement Portal bravosolutions only. Providers wishing to submit an ITT to deliver this service can do so by logging onto GEM CSUs procurement portal (Bravo) by no later than 5pm on 24/11/14 at: https://gemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html To register on the portal: »From the portal Home Page, click the ‘Click Here to Register’ link »Accept the terms & conditions for using the portal »Complete your organisation & personal details »Choose a memorable username and submit »You will shortly be sent an email with your unique password, please treat this securely (if you lose it there is a ‘Forgot my Password’ link on the portal homepage) To Access the portal: »Login with your unique username & password »From the suppliers reserved area click ‘ITTs Open to All Suppliers’ –this is a repository of all ITT’s open to any registered supplier. »Browse the ITTs (there may be more than one page) and select “Urgent care (minor injury and illness) Services, ELRCCG” by clicking on it »Note the Details buttons on the left for Navigation and the Actions below »Click the ‘Express Interest’ action –this will move the ITT from the ITTs Open to All Suppliers area to your ‘My ITTs’ area –this is a reserved area for ITTs that you have either been invited to or expressed interest in. The services to which this notice relates fall within Part B of Schedule 3, Part 10 of the Public Services Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended) ("the Regulations"). Neither the publication of this notice nor the employment of any particular terminology nor any other indication shall be taken to mean that the contracting authorities intend to hold themselves bound by any of the Regulations save those applicable to the procurement of Part B services. Please see published information with regards to finance and specification requirements.

UK — Lincoln: Negative Pressure Wound Care Therapy.

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published October 23, 2014  -  Deadline December 15, 2014
cpvs
33190000

Miscellaneous medical devices and products. To provide and maintain a safe, reliable and cost effective negative pressure therapy across the population of Lincolnshire.

UK: Lincoln Negative Pressure Wound Care Therapy.

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published February 17, 2015
Winner
T.J. Smith & Nephew Ltd (T/A Smith & Nephew Healthcare Ltd)
cpvs
33190000

Miscellaneous medical devices and products. Miscellaneous medical devices and products. To provide and maintain a safe, reliable and cost effective negative pressure therapy across the population of Lincolnshire.

Integrated Community Equipment Service.

Lincolnshire County Council | Published March 17, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2015
cpvs
50421000, 33700000, 33196200, 33196100, 33192600, 33195000

Repair and maintenance services of medical equipment. Personal care products. Devices for the disabled. Devices for the elderly. Lifting equipment for health care sector. Patient-monitoring system. Lincolnshire County Council is carrying out a tender for the supply of community equipment on behalf of the Council and its joint commissioning Health partners. This Integrated Community Equipment Service (ICES) includes but is not exclusive of the following provisions: — Source, procure, store, deliver / supply and install equipment; — Service, maintain, collect, decontaminate, refurbish, recycle equipment; — Provision of on-site technical advice and support to health and social care clinicians; — Monitor and maintain stock levels to meet prescriber and end-user needs. The type of equipment varies but will include Complex Aids for Daily Living (CADLs) such as beds, hoists, pressure care equipment and specialist bathing equipment plus smaller aids e.g. toileting and mobility equipment etc. The ICES is also expected to include other service elements to be delivered within the life of the contract including Telecare services (equipment and monitoring), minor adaptations i.e. provision and installation of handrails, and wheelchairs. It is the Council's intention that self-funders will also be able to access this contract. Given the continued pressure and increasing demand within the health and social care environment, a key priority for commissioners is securing value for money and where possible cost savings.

Coronial Mortuary and Post-Mortem Services.

Linolnshire County Council | Published May 2, 2015  -  Deadline May 29, 2015
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98370000, 98390000, 85000000, 85110000, 85112000, 85111800, 85140000, 85141000

Miscellaneous health services. Services provided by medical personnel. Services provided by medical laboratories. Hospital support services. Pathology services. Hospital and related services. Other services. Funeral and related services. Lincolnshire County Council in liaison with HM Senior Coroners intend to arrange contracts for Mortuary and Post Mortem services. In summary the following services/facilities will be required: — for the receipt and storage of bodies under the jurisdiction of HM Senior Coroner; — facilities to perform a post mortem; — to allow Pathologists to undertake post mortem/autopsies; — to allow Forensic Pathologists to undertake post mortem/autopsies in cases where criminal charges may arise; — for the identification and viewing of bodies by relatives and friends, taking into account their emotional and cultural needs; — for 24/7 access and cover required; — maintenance of adequate contact between HM Senior Coroners office and staff; — to provide suitably qualified Pathologist and/or support staff to conduct post mortems. All Pathologists to be approved by HM Senior Coroner; — post mortem reports to HM Senior Coroner, and — monthly statistics and performance indicators to the Council. For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-UK-Lincoln:-Miscellaneous-health-services./48T8373XQ2 To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/48T8373XQ2

UK — Lincoln:Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)/Virtual Medical Equipment Library.

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published June 20, 2015  -  Deadline July 31, 2015
cpvs
48000000

The Authority seeks a Contractor to provide a comprehensive system for a radio Frequency Identification (RFID)/Virtual Medical Library.

Integrated Community Equipment Service.

Lincolnshire County Council | Published August 27, 2015
Winner
Nottingham Rehab Limited (Trading as NRS Healthcare)
cpvs
50421000, 33700000, 33196200, 33196100, 33192600, 33195000

Repair and maintenance services of medical equipment. Personal care products. Devices for the disabled. Devices for the elderly. Lifting equipment for health care sector. Patient-monitoring system. Lincolnshire County Council is carrying out a tender for the supply of community equipment on behalf of the Council and its joint commissioning Health partners. This Integrated Community Equipment Service (ICES) includes but is not exclusive of the following provisions: —Source, procure, store, deliver / supply and install equipment—Service, maintain, collect, decontaminate, refurbish, recycle equipment—Provision of on-site technical advice and support to health and social care clinicians—Monitor and maintain stock levels to meet prescriber and end-user needs.The type of equipment varies but will include Complex Aids for Daily Living (CADLs) such as beds, hoists, pressure care equipment and specialist bathing equipment plus smaller aids e.g. toileting and mobility equipment etc. The ICES is also expected to include other service elements to be delivered within the life of the contract including Telecare services (equipment and monitoring), minor adaptations i.e. provision and installation of handrails, and wheelchairs. It is the Council's intention that self-funders will also be able to access this contract. Given the continued pressure and increasing demand within the health and social care environment, a key priority for commissioners is securing value for money and where possible cost savings.

Coronial Mortuary and Post-Mortem Services.

Lincolnshire County Council | Published October 16, 2015
Winner
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
cpvs
85140000, 85141000, 85145000, 85112000

Miscellaneous health services. Services provided by medical personnel. Services provided by medical laboratories. Hospital support services. In summary the Coronial Service require the following from the Mortuary and Post Mortem service: —facilities for the secure, monitored and supervised receipt, storage and release of bodies under the jurisdiction of HM Senior Coroner; —facilities to perform a post mortem; —to allow Pathologists to undertake post mortem/autopsies; —to allow Forensic Pathologists to undertake post mortem/autopsies in cases where criminal charges may arise; —for the identification and viewing of bodies by relatives and friends, taking into account their emotional and cultural needs; —for 24/7 access and cover required; —maintenance of adequate contact between HM Senior Coroner's office and staff; —to provide suitably qualified Pathologist and/or support staff to conduct post mortems. All Pathologists to be approved by HM Senior Coroner; —post mortem reports to HM Senior Coroner; —monthly statistics and performance indicators to the Council.

Medical equipments, pharmaceuticals and personal care products

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published December 31, 2015  -  Deadline February 3, 2016
cpvs
33000000

Radiopharmaceuticals.

UK — Lincoln: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) / Virtual Medical Equipment Library.

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published March 3, 2016
Winner
Harland Simon PLC
cpvs
48000000

The Authority seeks a Contractor to provide a comprehensive system for a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) / Virtual Medical Library.

Medical equipments

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published August 12, 2016
cpvs
33100000

Medical equipments

Medical imaging services

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published August 31, 2016
cpvs

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust has a requirement for up to 10000 MRI scans outside of the current trust scanning capacity. The requirement is for reported mobile MRI scanning services for all of the ULHT sites, on an as and when required basis, as well as reported static MRI scanning services in Lincolnshire. The reporting of images is to be by GMC registered radiologists, and images and reports are to be uploaded onto ULHT image servers with an expected maximum turnaround of 7 days. The service is expected to be provided at tariff or less per scan, and a commitment is likely to be made for up to 3 years. We expect to approach the market in October or November 2016. Lot 1 of 2 lots will cover the mobile element. Lot 2 will cover the static element of the requirement (e.g. scans provided by a privately owned hospital).

Public road transport services

Passenger Transport Unit | Published October 15, 2016  -  Deadline November 9, 2016
cpvs
60112000, 60120000, 60130000, 60140000

To transport 6 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular driver is required. A regular medically trained passenger assistant is required. Medical Insurance is required.

Medical imaging services

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published October 28, 2016  -  Deadline November 23, 2016
cpvs
85150000

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust requires a formal sub-contract of MRI services currently commissioned by Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Groups.

Medical Cover - Section 136 Suite

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 5, 2017
cpvs
85100000

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides a Section 136 suite in conjunction with Lincolnshire Police. The suite provides a place of safety whilst potential mental health needs are assessed under the Mental Health Act. This along with police custody suites provide Lincolnshire with designated places of safety. To enable assessments to take place, a medical doctor who is Section 12 approved is required to participate in the assessment and where appropriate MHA recommendation processed.

Health services

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 5, 2017
cpvs
85100000

The Authority seeks a Contractor to provide a comprehensive service for Medical cover to the Section 136 Suite.

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides a Section 136 suite in conjunction with Lincolnshire Police. The suite provides a place of safety whilst potential mental health needs are assessed under the Mental Health Act. This along with police custody suites provide Lincolnshire with designated places of safety. To enable assessments to take place, a medical doctor who is Section 12 approved is required to participate in the assessment and where appropriate MHA recommendation processed.

Public road transport services

Passenger Transport Unit | Published November 29, 2016  -  Deadline December 28, 2016
cpvs
60112000, 60120000, 60130000, 60140000

Home to School Transport.

To transport 3 pupils to a mainstream establishment.

To transport 1 pupil to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular passenger assistant and driver are required.

To transport 3 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular passenger assistant and driver are required.

To transport 2 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular driver is required. A regular medically trained passenger assistant is required. Medical Insurance is required.

To transport 4 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular driver is required. A regular medically trained passenger assistant is required. Medical Insurance is required.

Public road transport services

Passenger Transport Unit | Published December 16, 2016
Winner
Carrie U
cpvs
60112000, 60120000, 60130000, 60140000

Home to School Transport.

To transport 4 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular driver is required. A regular medically trained passenger assistant is required. Medical Insurance is required. A tail-lift vehicle is required.

To transport 3 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular driver is required. A regular medically trained passenger assistant is required. Medical Insurance is required.

To transport 2 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular passenger assistant and driver are required.

To transport 4 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular passenger assistant and driver are required.

To transport 3 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A wheelchair accessible vehicle is required. A regular driver is required. A regular medically trained passenger assistant is required. Medical Insurance is required.

To transport 1 pupil to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular passenger assistant and driver are required.

To transport 3 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular medically trained passenger assistant is required. Medical Insurance is required.

To transport 1 pupil to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A wheelchair accessible vehicle is required. A tail-lift vehicle is required. A regular driver is required.

To transport 1 pupils to a Special Educational Needs establishment. A regular medically trained passenger assistant is required. Medical Insurance is required. A tail-lift vehicle is required.

Medical Cover - Section 136 Suite

United Lincolnshire Hospitals Nhs Trust | Published February 6, 2017  -  Deadline January 5, 2017
Winner
No Award Made
cpvs
85000000

Medical Cover for Section 136 Suite

Health services

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published February 8, 2017
cpvs
85100000

Comprehensive service for Medical cover to the Section 136 Suite.

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides a Section 136 suite in conjunction with Lincolnshire Police. The suite provides a place of safety whilst potential mental health needs are assessed under the Mental Health Act. This along with police custody suites provide Lincolnshire with designated places of safety. To enable assessments to take place, a medical doctor who is Section 12 approved is required to participate in the assessment and where appropriate MHA recommendation processed.