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Medical gases

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published October 28, 2016
Winner
BOC
cpvs
24111500

Additional products within the scope of medical gases in cylinders and in bulk — see tender specification for details.

Medical equipments, pharmaceuticals and personal care products

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published December 9, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
cpvs
33000000, 33192000, 33192100, 33192110, 33192120, 33192130, 33192150, 33192310, 33192600, 33193000, 33196000, 33197000, 39000000, 39143110, 39143111, 39143112, 39143123, 39512300, 39522510, 85140000, 85142400

Medical equipments, pharmaceuticals and personal care products

Medical gases

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published June 1, 2016  -  Deadline July 8, 2016
cpvs

Medical gases

Miscellaneous medical devices and products

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published October 6, 2017
Winner
ResMed (UK) Ltd
cpvs
33190000, 33000000, 33140000, 33157400, 33158400

Equipment and consumables for the treatment and management of OSA (sleep apnoea) and medical conditions (COPD and others) which require non invasive ventilation. Circuits, filters and masks for use with these products. Devices for mucus clearance. Managed service provision.

Products for the management of OSA (sleep apnoea) and other conditions which require non invasive ventilation including all facemasks and other accessories. Mucus clearance devices.

Managed service provision for respiratory therapy including products listed within Lot 1.

Prior Information Notice (PIN) for the Provision of Primary Care Medical Services in Liverpool

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published April 8, 2016
cpvs
85000000

Prior Information Notice (PIN) for the Provision of Primary Care Medical Services in Liverpool.

Medical Consumables Phase 3 SBS/15/OA/FWW/8863.

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published February 4, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2016
cpvs
33692300, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141220, 33141310, 33141320, 33141321, 33141322, 33141900, 33194100, 42131250, 90524200, 33141200, 33141240

The notice involves the establishment of a framework agreement for Medical Consumables Phase 3 - Needlefree Connection Systems, Blood Collection Systems, Blood Lancets,Central Venous Catheters, Clinical Waste Containers, IV Cannula, IV Dressings, Syringes and Needles, Enteral Feed Consumables.

Medical Consumables Phase 3SBS/15/OA/FWW/8863.

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published February 4, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2016
cpvs
33141220, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141310, 33141320, 33141321, 33141322, 33141900, 33194100, 33692300, 42131250, 90524200, 33141200, 33141240, 33141320, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141200, 33141220, 33141240, 33141310, 33141321, 33141322, 33141900, 33194100, 33692300, 42131250, 90524200, 33194100, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141220, 33141310, 33141320, 33141321, 33141322, 33141900, 33692300, 42131250, 90524200, 33141200, 33141240, 33141900, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141220, 33141310, 33141320, 33141321, 33141322, 33194100, 33692300, 42131250, 90524200, 33141200, 33141240, 33141200, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141220, 33141310, 33141320, 33141321, 33141322, 33141900, 33194100, 33692300, 42131250, 90524200, 33141240, 90524200, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141220, 33141310, 33141320, 33141321, 33141322, 33141900, 33194100, 33692300, 42131250, 33141200, 33141240, 33141220, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141310, 33141320, 33141321, 33141322, 33141900, 33194100, 33692300, 42131250, 90524200, 33141200, 33141240, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141220, 33141310, 33141320, 33141321, 33141322, 33141900, 33194100, 33692300, 42131250, 90524200, 33141200, 33141240, 33141310, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141220, 33141320, 33141321, 33141322, 33141900, 33194100, 33692300, 42131250, 90524200, 33141200, 33141240, 33692300, 33141111, 33141123, 33141124, 33141220, 33141310, 33141320, 33141321, 33141322, 33141900, 33194100, 42131250, 90524200, 33141200, 33141240

The notice involves the establishment of a framework agreement for Medical Consumables Phase 3 - Needlefree Connection Systems, Blood Collection Systems, Blood Lancets,Central Venous Catheters, Clinical Waste Containers, IV Cannula, IV Dressings, Syringes and Needles, Enteral Feed Consumables.

The Provision of Primary Care Medical Services (General Practitioners) in Lancashire and Merseyside Prisons.

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
cpvs
85000000

The Provision of Primary Care Medical Services (General Practitioners) in Lancashire and Merseyside Prisons; the contract will be split into 3 separate lots, which cover Lot 1 (Central Lancs), Lot 2 (North Lancs) and Lot 3 (Merseyside).

The Provision of Primary Care Medical Services (General Practitioners) in Lancashire and Merseyside

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
cpvs
85000000, 85000000, 85000000, 85000000

The Provision of Primary Care Medical Services (General Practitioners) in Lancashire and Merseyside Prisons; the contract will be split into 3 separate lots, which cover Lot 1 (Central Lancs), Lot 2 (North Lancs) and Lot 3 (Merseyside).

Medical equipments, pharmaceuticals and personal care products

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published January 7, 2015  -  Deadline February 2, 2015
cpvs
33000000, 33100000

Medical equipments, pharmaceuticals and personal care products

The Provision of Primary Care Medical Services in Liverpool

NHS Shared Business Services | Published May 5, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
cpvs
85000000

The Commissioner “NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group” (LCCG) is inviting suitably qualified and experienced Providers to complete and submit a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) for “The Provision of Primary Care Medical Services in Liverpool. With the advent of new commissioning structures and the increasing pressure on health service resources, the Commissioner needs to have a Primary Care Medical Service which is fit for purpose for the future and in line with the strategic priorities of Liverpool CCGs Healthy Liverpool programme. The principle behind the development of the specification is to improve the quality and consistency of Primary Care across the city, in order to improve the health of patients, reduce inequalities and ensure most cost effective use of resources. This is a genuine attempt to level the playing field in terms of investment in general practice in Liverpool, and to move to a system of commissioning for improved health outcomes and better overall use of resources. The required service commencement date is 1st April 2017 and will be for a contract period of 3 years with the option for the Commissioner to extend for a 2 further years, subject to performance and agreement. The Provision of Primary Care Medical Services in Liverpool will be split into the following Lots and bidders can submit a PQQ for any 1, or, any combination of Lots: Lot 1 The APMS Practice based in Breezehill Neighbourhood Centre Lot 2 The APMS Practice based in Mere Lane Neighbourhood Centre Lot 3 The APMS Practice based in Childwall Fiveways Neighbourhood Centre Lot 4 The APMS Practice based in Kensington Neighbourhood Health Centre Lot 5 The APMS Practice based in Netherley Health Centre Lot 6 The APMS Practice based in Parkview Lot 7 The APMS Practice based in Princes Park Health Centre Lot 8 The APMS Practice based in Stanley Medical Centre Lot 9 The APMS Practice based in the South Liverpool (NHS) Treatment Centre Lot 10 The APMS Practice based in Everton Road Health Centre Lot 11 The APMS Practice based in Marybone Lot 12 The APMS Practices based in Townsend Neighbourhood Health Centre (The Surgery & Vauxhall) Lot 13 The APMS Practice based in West Speke A Prior Information Notice was published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) and Contracts Finder on 8th April 2016 to engage the market and seek expressions of interest from potential providers to deliver the services. As a result, this procurement is being conducted as a Part B Service, Restricted 2 stage process under “The Public Contract Regulations 2006”. An OJEU Contract Notice has also been sent for publication in addition to this notice, in order to seek interest from a wide range of potential providers’.

Lancashire and Merseyside Prisons Primary Care Medical Services.

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published August 13, 2015
cpvs
85100000, 85000000, 85120000, 85121100

Lancashire and Merseyside Prisons Primary Care Medical Services.

The Provision of Primary Care Medical Services in Liverpool

 | Published April 4, 2016
cpvs
85000000

NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group (LCCG) is publishing this Prior Information Notice to gain a better understanding of the market and the service provisions available for Primary Care Medical Services. The contractual arrangements for LCCG’s GP Practices across Liverpool are due to expire on March 31st 2017 and LCCG is therefore seeking expressions of interest (EOI) in relation to the 14 practices, to be delivered via 13 contracts. The Procurement will be split into 13 Lots and bidders can submit bids for one or more Lots. The service specification relevant to the contract requires the delivery of Primary Care Medical Services and associated Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in various locations across the city with the recognition of increasing pressure on health service resources and the related Healthy Liverpool Strategy. Bidders wishing to express an interest in providing any of these services should register their interest on the EU Supply Website to access the documentation which includes the Expression of Interest Form and Draft Service Specification using reference 22725. To register on EU Supply please log on to the following website: https://nhssbs.eu-supply.com. The Expression of Interest Form is to be completed and returned by the closing date of 5pm on the 18th April 2016. For support registering on EU Supply and downloading the ITT Documentation please contact the e-Tendering help desk on 0800 840 2050 or uksupport@eu-supply.com. It is anticipated the contract notice and relevant Pre-Qualification (PQQ) Documentation will be published and made available via the NHS SBS E-Tendering Portal in April 2016 with further tender documentation to be published following the evaluation of the PQQ submissions. Please note that an expression of interest in delivering the relevant services is not a tender response. An expression of interest is no indication of a commitment to participate in the tender process nor does it infer any special status on those providers who do submit an interest. Likewise providers who do not express, for whatever reason, an interest at this stage will not be excluded from participating in the tender process. All responses will be treated in confidence. This Prior Information Notice does not commit LCCG to undertake the procurement of this service and LCCG has the right, at this stage, to withdraw the notice.

Medical equipments

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published July 19, 2016
cpvs

NHS Shared Business Services will implement framework agreements across 3 speciality areas that centre on Endo-surgery and Endoscopy. A 2nd phase procurement will look to unify these framework agreements under managed service provision agreement.

The Provision of Alternative Provider Medical Services from Lindley Medical Practice (Oldhan, OL11NL)

NHS Shared Business Services | Published September 22, 2017
cpvs
85100000

NHS Shared Business Services, on behalf of NHS Oldham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)+, is seeking expressions of interest from providers which will be used to enable NHS Oldham CCG to understand the market position and determine the commissioning strategy in relation to a potential tender for the provision of Alternative Provider Medical Services from Lindley Medical Practice. +NHS England, Lancashire and Greater Manchester are the accountable authority for the provision of local GP practice services in the Lancashire and Greater Manchester area. Under the co-commissioning arrangements in place from April 2015, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have delegated responsibility and together with NHS England are currently reviewing a number of practices in the Greater Manchester Area. NHS Oldham CCG are considering the need to commission an Alternative Provider Medical Services (APMS) contract which is currently delivered from: Lindley Medical Practice Integrated Care Centre (ICC) New Radcliffe Street Oldham OL1 1NL NHS Oldham CCG and NHS England (known as the Commissioner) wish to engage with the market in order to gain a better understanding of the level of interest within the market. Accordingly the Commissioner is asking the interested organisations to express their interest following the instructions below. Practice and Service Information Raw practice list size: 2,945 Normalised weighted list size: 2934 Please note the list size provided relates to both the weighted (W) and raw (R) list taken as of 1st July 2017. It will be a requirement that all services are offered from the existing premises. These services only relate to the registered practice list at the ICC and do not include other services that operate out of the ICC including other registered practices services or the Walk In Service. The aim of the services are to deliver essential, additional and enhanced services to registered patients of each practice as well as the local quality scheme known as 'EQALS Plus' and EQALS Boilerplate'. Procurement and Contracting Information It is proposed that the terms and conditions of service, including tariff arrangements, will reflect those contained in General Medical Services (GMS) contracts.

Provision of Medics through a managed service.

Crown Commercial Service | Published April 12, 2017
cpvs
85120000

Since 2015 United Kingdom Government (UKG) has met a European commitment to assist with the ongoing humanitarian Search and Rescue (SAR) operations to save refugees travelling to Europe by boat. To meet this commitment UKG has, through the UK Border Force (UKBF) deployed various combinations of UK Border Force patrol vessels and chartered ships to the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas. Such deployments have also supported enforcement operations conducted by Frontex, the EU's external borders agency, the Italian and the Hellenic Border Authorities. These deployments have also identified a specific requirement for medically qualified personnel to be attached to the vessels to provide immediate, primary, on board care for those rescued and crew if necessary. It is expected that UKG, operating through the UKBF will continue to meet it's commitment to this work for a number of years and therefore intends to source suitable medical staff through a fully managed service. UKBF are seeking the provision of suitable medical staff through a fully managed service including the organisation, coordination and deployment of medical staff and support services. Deployment lengths are currently for a minimum of 2 weeks, medical staff supplied will, therefore, be required to live onboard each vessel for a minimum of 2 weeks. If the successful service provider intends to supply medical staff for longer periods, each period must conform to 2 week blocks in order to coincide with UKBF working patterns. UKBF currently have 2 vessels deployed and will therefore require 2 medical staff (one per vessel) to be provided for each deployment period.

Provision of Medics through a Managed Service.

The Home Office (Secretary of State for the Home Department) | Published April 12, 2017
cpvs
85120000

Since 2015 United Kingdom Government (UKG) has met a European commitment to assist with the ongoing humanitarian Search and Rescue (SAR) operations to save refugees travelling to Europe by boat. To meet this commitment UKG has, through the UK Border Force (UKBF) deployed various combinations of UK Border Force patrol vessels and chartered ships to the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas. Such deployments have also supported enforcement operations conducted by Frontex, the EU's external borders agency, the Italian and the Hellenic Border Authorities. These deployments have also identified a specific requirement for medically qualified personnel to be attached to the vessels to provide immediate, primary, on board care for those rescued and crew if necessary. It is expected that UKG, operating through the UKBF will continue to meet it's commitment to this work for a number of years and therefore intends to source suitable medical staff through a fully managed service. UKBF are seeking the provision of suitable medical staff through a fully managed service including the organisation, coordination and deployment of medical staff and support services. Deployment lengths are currently for a minimum of 2 weeks, medical staff supplied will, therefore, be required to live onboard each vessel for a minimum of 2 weeks. If the successful service provider intends to supply medical staff for longer periods, each period must conform to 2 week blocks in order to coincide with UKBF working patterns. UKBF currently have 2 vessels deployed and will therefore require two medical staff (1 per vessel) to be provided for each deployment period.

Provision of Medics through a Managed Service

Home Office Commercial | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
cpvs
85120000

Since 2015 United Kingdom Government (UKG) has met a European commitment to assist with the ongoing humanitarian Search and Rescue (SAR) operations to save refugees travelling to Europe by boat. To meet this commitment UKG has, through the UK Border Force (UKBF) deployed various combinations of UK Border Force patrol vessels and chartered ships to the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas. Such deployments have also supported enforcement operations conducted by Frontex, the EU's external borders agency, the Italian and the Hellenic Border Authorities. These deployments have also identified a specific requirement for medically qualified personnel to be attached to the vessels to provide immediate, primary, on board care for those rescued and crew if necessary.

It is expected that UKG, operating through the UKBF will continue to meet it's commitment to this work for a number of years and therefore intends to source suitable medical staff through a fully managed service.

UKBF are seeking the provision of suitable medical staff through a fully managed service including the organisation, coordination and deployment of medical staff and support services. Deployment lengths are currently for a minimum of 2 weeks, medical staff supplied will, therefore, be required to live onboard each vessel for a minimum of 2 weeks. If the successful service provider intends to supply medical staff for longer periods, each period must conform to 2 week blocks in order to coincide with UKBF working patterns. UKBF currently have 2 vessels deployed and will therefore require two medical staff (1 per vessel) to be provided for each deployment period.

Provision of Medics through a managed service

Crown Commercial | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
cpvs
85120000

Since 2015 United Kingdom Government (UKG) has met a European commitment to assist with the ongoing humanitarian Search and Rescue (SAR) operations to save refugees travelling to Europe by boat. To meet this commitment UKG has, through the UK Border Force (UKBF) deployed various combinations of UK Border Force patrol vessels and chartered ships to the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas. Such deployments have also supported enforcement operations conducted by Frontex, the EU's external borders agency, the Italian and the Hellenic Border Authorities. These deployments have also identified a specific requirement for medically qualified personnel to be attached to the vessels to provide immediate, primary, on board care for those rescued and crew if necessary.

It is expected that UKG, operating through the UKBF will continue to meet it's commitment to this work for a number of years and therefore intends to source suitable medical staff through a fully managed service.

UKBF are seeking the provision of suitable medical staff through a fully managed service including the organisation, coordination and deployment of medical staff and support services. Deployment lengths are currently for a minimum of 2 weeks, medical staff supplied will, therefore, be required to live onboard each vessel for a minimum of 2 weeks. If the successful service provider intends to supply medical staff for longer periods, each period must conform to 2 week blocks in order to coincide with UKBF working patterns. UKBF currently have 2 vessels deployed and will therefore require 2 medical staff (one per vessel) to be provided for each deployment period.

Provision of Medical Services for Border Force Custody Suites

HOME OFFICE | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline August 19, 2016
Winner
Castlerock Recruitment Group Ltd
cpvs
85120000

This healthcare requirement is within the secure estate of a Border Force (BF) custody suite/unit. As such the medical healthcare is ancillary to the role BF have of investigating crime. In this respect BF are strictly governed by legislation in particular the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and its Codes of Practice. PACE Code C provides a legislative framework for BF custody staff which identifies those for whom medical attention is appropriate. This includes detained persons who: - Appear to be suffering from a physical illness. - Appear to have a notifiable or contagious disease. - Are a 'Suspected Internal Drug Trafficker' or 'stuffer/ swallower' (SIDT). - Are injured. - Appear to be suffering from mental ill health (or disablement, or difficulty that means that the detainee is likely to be mentally vulnerable or require additional support i.e. Appropriate Adult). - Appear to have a drug or alcohol dependence or withdrawal which is likely to affect their safety. - Appear to need a medical examination. - Request a medical examination