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Support Services for the Digitisation of Medical Records

Ministry of Defence, Commands and Centre (JFC and HOCS) Commercial Branches, Glasgow | Published October 3, 2014
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75220000

Support Services for the Digitisation of Medical Records - Provision of Document Scanners, connection to LAN and training for personnel.

Northern Staffordshire Intermediate Care Service – short term service

NHS Staffordshire and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit | Published November 18, 2014  -  Deadline December 2, 2014
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85100000

As part of winter resilience plans, North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent CCGs [“The Commissioners”] are inviting expressions of interest for the provision of additional intermediate care services to increase capacity within the local health economy system on an interim basis. Intermediate Care The Commissioners wish to build on the current model of intermediate care that exists within Northern Staffordshire. Intermediate care will be provided by a multi-disciplinary team with the aim being to empower people, carers and families who use the service to take personal responsibility and agree goals for their intermediate care rehabilitation / treatment, maximise independent living and actively support them to return to optimal levels of functioning. The IC service will support both discharges from the acute trust, the Royal Stoke (part of the University Hospital North Midlands) and the Community Hospitals and step up referrals from the community (e.g. referrals from GPs, district nurses) The service will receive referrals from the local health economy single point of access (the Hub) between the hours of 8.30am – 10pm, Monday – Sunday. Hours of operation are open to discussion and negotiation. The service will be expected to respond to referrals from the community within 2 hours. Referrals from hospital settings to facilitate discharge should be accepted onto the caseload within 24 hours. However the service will be expected to provide rapid management of patients presenting in emergency portals who have been triaged, considered to be clinically stable by the responsible clinician (Consultant or middle grade doctors) and whose needs / treatment can be managed by intermediate care services. The intermediate care service should respond within 2 hours of referral from the Hub, develop initial care plan and facilitate discharge. The principle will be to ‘discharge to assess.’ The service will provide a range of clinical and social interventions in the community, utilising a range of medical, nursing, therapy, support workers and social care professionals. The service will be expected to assess and plan care to meet patients holistic needs. The service should provide the necessary support required over a 24 /7 period based on an individual patient assessment of needs. For example some patients may require night sits to monitor observations and maintain patient safety. It is not expected that this level of intensity will be required for all patients on the caseload. The service will also provide medical oversight for patients and clinical governance for overall patient safety of the patients will sit with the lead doctor employed by the service. Where appropriate service users will be offered equipment and assisted technology e.g., self monitoring, remote monitoring etc. to help support them to remain well in their normal place of residence. The service will need to work closely with CCG commissioned equipment services and social care organisations. If required, patients will be signposted to agencies which can provide advice re maximising benefits, housing, mobility, community & social inclusion etc to enable them to maintain and regain maximum control of their care and their lives. The service will agree pathways with other local health and social care providers for onward referral of patients (if necessary and dependent on individual patient needs). Scope of the service The provision of intermediate care (IC), reablement and frail older people’s services to support the management of patients for which the CCGs are the responsible commissioners. The Commissioners currently jointly commission three main IC/reablement services - the Community Intervention Service and the Living Independently Staffordshire Service from Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership Trust (SSOTP). Re-ablement services in Stoke-on-Trent are provided by Stoke-on-Trent City Council. The Commissioners wish to procure additional services over the winter period to support predicted, increased demand. It is expected that that the service should support circa 40 patients at any one time. The average duration of service for the majority of patients will be up to 28 days, however there will be no set time limits and time with the service will depend on patients’ individual recovery and potential to benefit. Providers will be expected to work together to ensure that the local health economy demand can be met and that pathways for ongoing community support (beyond the intermediate care episode) are seamless. Proposal We are seeking proposals from bidders who can offer rapid mobilisation of services and innovative and creative solutions to support more patients at home and, in particular, work with a range of providers to combine strengths to fill the gaps in community provision. The geographical areas and populations covered by North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent CCGs are as follows: North Staffordshire - Newcastle-under-Lyme, Leek, Biddulph, Cheadle, and surrounding areas Stoke-on-Trent – Hanley, Longton, Tunstall, Stoke, Fenton, Burslem and surrounding areas We are expecting to receive proposals from a wide range of organisations. We hope it will include current service providers and new providers interested in contributing to the provision of an integrated service model. We may appoint more than one provider for this service. We are particularly interested in views on the following: • Brief proposal as to how you would meet these requirements, staffing arrangements including indicative pay bands, previous experience of delivering a similar service and cost proposal • Evidence of relevant policies and procedures that will be relevant to this service • Ability to meet the proposed implementation date of mid December 2014 Responses are only expected to be brief. Organisations are invited to respond along with supporting marketing or business details. The deadline for responses is Tuesday 2nd December 2014 at 12pm. Please email your response to elaine.butler@staffordshirecss.nhs.uk. It must be stressed that this is a short term contract for 4 months with a view to extending the arrangement if deemed to be meeting the commissioned outcomes. This is to meet an urgent requirement and as such, we are conducting a condensed procurement process for this Part B service. Please be assured that all responses received will be treated in strictest confidence.

Medical consumables

University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust | Published January 2, 2015
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33140000

Contract for the Supply of Interventional Radiology Consumables.

Prior Information Notice: Alternative Provider Medical Services (APMS) — Rotherham, South Yorkshire.

NHS England | Published June 20, 2015
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85100000

NHS England’s Yorkshire and the Humber Team are overseeing the provision of local GP practice services and currently reviewing a number of practices in the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw areas. NHS Y&tH propose to commission an Alternative Provider Medical Services (APMS) contract which is currently delivered at Chantry Bridge Medical Practice (Rotherham, South Yorkshire). The list size of the practice is approximately 1 700 patients as at April 2015. It is envisaged that the tender documentation for the re-procurement of this service during July 2015, with an anticipated service commencement date of 1.11.2015. Aims: The aim of the service is to deliver essential, additional and enhanced services to registered patients from premises located in central Rotherham — Rotherham Community Health Centre, Greasbrough Road, Rotherham, S60 1RY. Social Value. Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the contracting authorities must consider: — How what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the relevant area. (Area is the geographic area for which the procurement is taking place); — How, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing the improvement. Registering Interest. The North of England Commissioning Support Service (NECS) is a commissioning support service hosted by NHS England and will run the tender process for and on behalf of NHS England’s Yorkshire and the Humber Team, the contracting authority. To express an interest in providing the service, please register on the In-Tend e-Tendering portal, which can be found at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/necs. Once registered, you will be able to view details of the opportunity by selecting the ‘Tenders’ tab, and then selecting ‘Forthcoming Tenders’ (Ref: NECS 173 (Initial Expression of Interest)). To view further information on the specific opportunity, click the button marked ‘View Details’. From this area, you will be able to express your interest by selecting the button marked ‘Express Interest’. Please note that it is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day. If you require further assistance, a help guide can be found on the portal by clicking on the tab marked ‘Guidance for Suppliers’. Alternatively, a dedicated helpdesk is available should potential providers have any queries and can be contacted on +44 844 2728810 (Monday to Friday 8:00 to 17:00) / support@in-tend.co.uk Please note that this facility allows potential providers to express an interest only in potentially delivering this service. At this stage, you are not required to submit any documents.

Framework to provide long term community based support for people with a learning disability and other complex needs.

NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU | Published September 9, 2015  -  Deadline September 2, 2019
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85000000

Open Framework to provide a range of high quality specialised community based services for residents of Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire who have a learning disability and other complex needs. Services will provide long term support for those people that use them in either Registered Care Home or Supported Living settings. Service Users may have behaviours which challenge services and / or have a forensic history. Service Users may be subject to legal restrictions such as a Community Treatment Order. This ‘Open’ procurement exercise is intended to establish an open framework with multiple providers. The Framework will be made up of several Lots covering Medical Conditions. As and when requirements arise, a further competition tender will be issued to those organisations accepted to the relevant Lot of the framework.

Framework to provide long term community based support for people with a learning disability and oth

NHS Midlands & Lancashire CSU | Published September 9, 2015  -  Deadline September 2, 2019
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85000000, 85144000, 85144100, 85323000, 85311000, 85000000, 85000000, 85000000, 85000000, 85000000

Open Framework to provide a range of high quality specialised community based services for residents of Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire who have a learning disability and other complex needs. Services will provide long term support for those people that use them in either Registered Care Home or Supported Living settings. Service Users may have behaviours which challenge services and / or have a forensic history. Service Users may be subject to legal restrictions such as a Community Treatment Order. This ‘Open’ procurement exercise is intended to establish an open framework with multiple providers. The Framework will be made up of several Lots covering Medical Conditions. As and when requirements arise, a further competition tender will be issued to those organisations accepted to the relevant Lot of the framework.

Minor Works Framework Lots 7 to 13.

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Trust | Published September 11, 2015  -  Deadline October 8, 2015
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50710000

Repair and maintenance services of electrical and mechanical building installations. Installation services of electrical and mechanical equipment. Mechanical engineering services. Electrical wiring and fitting work. Electrical fitting work. Electric conductors for data and control purposes. North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust plans to set up a framework agreement for: — Mechanical Engineering Services. — Electrical Engineering Services. — Medical Gas Engineering Services. — Data Cabling Services. — X-Ray Specialist Fit Out. —Theatre Specialist Fit Out.

Request for Information — Tier 3 Specialist Weight Management Service (on behalf of NHS Cumbria CCG,

NHS Cumbria CCG, NHS Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees CCG, NHS South Tees CCG | Published December 1, 2015
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85100000

North of England Commissioning Support Unit (NECS), on behalf of NHS Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Hartlepool and Stockton-On-Tees Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS South Tees Clinical Commissioning Group (‘the CCGs’), is looking to gauge market interest and conditions for the provision of a Tier 3 Specialist Weight Management Service. The CCGs wish to engage with the wider market via a Request for Information (RFI) process, in order to potentially inform service model development and future commissioning intentions. The increasing levels of obesity in the UK are well documented. It has been estimated that the combined medical costs of an extra 11 000 000 obese adults nationally could amount to GBP 2 000 000 000 per annum, equating to GBP 100 million per annum for the health economies of the North East and Cumbria. Tier 3 weight management services are typically designed for obese individuals who have not responded to previous interventions, and are comprised of a multi-disciplinary, clinically-led team of specialists. Tier 3 weight management services are a pre-requisite within the NICE eligibility criteria for Tier 4 bariatric surgery and are integral to a tiered approach to management of obesity. The overarching aims of any such service would be to reduce obesity rates, prevent related illnesses, and lower the number of patients who require a referral into Tier 4 bariatric surgery. NECS is managing this RFI process for and on behalf of the above-named CCGs. If your organisation would like to register an interest in responding to this market engagement exercise and obtain a copy of the Request for Information documentation please go to the NECS E-Tendering Portal: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/necs. If your organisation has not previously registered on the NECS E-Tendering Portal, please ensure that you do register in order to access the RFI documentation. It is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day. Once registered, to view details of the RFI exercise, please navigate to ‘Request for Information — Tier 3 Specialist Weight Management Service’ and select ‘View Details’. Please then select the button marked ‘Express Interest’ — you will then be able to access the RFI documentation. Any organisations who wish to provide a response to this RFI are requested to complete and return their responses by 12:00 noon on 18.12.2015, by uploading them onto the NECS E-Tendering Portal using the designated placeholder. Please be aware that all communications and submissions will be conducted via the NECS E-Tendering Portal. A dedicated helpdesk is available should potential providers have any queries about, or problems with, the portal — Tel: +44 8442728810 (Monday to Friday 8:00 to 17:00) / e-mail: support@in-tend.co.uk Please note — this facility allows providers to express an interest in this proposed service. It is not a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire exercise and is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process. It is intended as an awareness, communication and information gathering exercise which will assist the above-named CCGs to inform potential future service models and / or commissioning intentions. An Expression of Interest is no indication of a commitment to participate in the RFI process nor does it infer any preferential or special status on those providers who do submit an interest.

Request for Information Alternative Provider Medical Services

 | Published April 15, 2016
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85000000

NHS England Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership and NHS Bury CCG wish to engage with the market to gather soft market testing in order to gain a better understanding of the level and interest in the external market and information gathering from those interested providers. We are asking the market to complete a Request for Information (RFI) NHS Bury CCG is proposing to commission x 2 Alternative Provider Medical Services contracts which are currently delivered from Rock Healthcare: Moorgate Primary Care Health Centre, 22 Derby Way, Bury, BL9 ONJ. The RLC Surgery: Star Suite Radcliffe Primary Care Centre, 69 Church Street, West Radcliffe, Manchester, M26 2SP. The aim of the services are to deliver essential, additional and enhanced services to registered patients of each practice Any organisations who wish to provide a response to the RFI are requested to complete and return their response by 12:00 on 22.4.2016

Home medical treatment services

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Trust | Published May 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
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Home medical treatment services

Termination of Pregnancy Service for South Tyneside

 | Published June 6, 2016  -  Deadline July 5, 2016
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85100000

North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) are working for and on behalf of NHS South Tyneside Clinical Commissioning Group (STCCG) who wish to commission a Termination of Pregnancy Service (TOPS) to cover the South Tyneside locality. The CCG are expecting to commission a high quality advice and treatment service which is responsive and sensitive to the needs of people referred or referring themselves to the service. The service will be in 2 Lots, Lot 1 Early Medical Termination of Pregnancy Service Lot 2 Termination of Pregnancy Service (10-14 weeks gestation) Bids will be accepted for one or both Lots. This service is required to provide advice and support to women wishing to explore a termination of pregnancy and to facilitate access to the most appropriate procedure. The aims of the service are: To offer high quality, impartial support and advice to all service users who request an abortion, regardless of age, ethnicity, language, disability, sexual orientation, religious or personal circumstances. To provide abortion methods clinically appropriate for a service user’s gestation and clinical circumstances. To improve the sexual health of service users through providing sexual health screening, counselling and referral to treatment as appropriate for Chlamydia and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV. To encourage use of contraception services and ensure women have information about local contraception services including those GP Practices that provide a full range of contraceptive services. To support women in their decisions about treatment options. The service is to commence from 01 December 2016 for a period of 3 years with the option to extend the contract by a further 1 x 24 month period subject to satisfactory contractual performance. Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the contracting authority must consider: How what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of South Tyneside and how, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing the improvement. This will be tested via the response to the tender. NECS is utilising an electronic tendering tool to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers. Accordingly, there will be no hard copy documents issued to potential providers and all communications with NECS, including your submission, will be conducted via the portal https://In-tendhost.co.uk/necs hosted by In-Tend, the managed service provider for the NECS e-tendering system. It is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day. Should potential providers have any queries, or are having problems registering on the portal, they should contact the In-Tend helpdesk by calling 0844 2728810 (Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm) or email support@in-tend.co.uk. Please note the deadline for submission of all bids is 12 Noon on 5 July 2016.

Miscellaneous medical devices and products

University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust | Published July 19, 2016
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Medtronic Ltd
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Provision of Radio Frequency Ablation System and Consumables for Varicose Veins. The service will be provided by inhouse staff. This is for a provision of equipment and consumables only.

Installation services of medical equipment

Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published July 23, 2016  -  Deadline October 10, 2016
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Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is issuing this pre-qualification questionnaire (‘PQQ’) in connection with the competitive procurement of Construction Works to Laparoscopic Theatre tender ref: SE 1862. This document contains important information about the procurement process and the contract that Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust intends to award.

Care Home Enhanced Primary Care Service located in North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent CCGs

NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU | Published August 9, 2016  -  Deadline August 19, 2016
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85120000

North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent CCGs wish to commission an enhanced primary care service for nursing home residents within the North Staffs and Stoke-on-Trent CCG boundaries. The enhanced service aims to improve the quality of care for residents through proactive care planning and more coordinated management of residents’ complex needs. Residents will have access to timely medical advice and review so that they can continue to reside in their care home for as long as possible, and practices will assist in the development of care staff to recognise earlier signs of ill health.

The CCGs are inviting Providers who are able to provide core GMS and enhanced medical support to care home residents and whilst it is expected that this will only apply to local GP practices we are happy for wider collaboration to take place between GPs who may wish to establish a lead practice arrangement. Inline with similar successful projects elsewhere in England, the CCGs aim is to align 1 practice to a care home, as this will ensure continuity for the residents and will allow close working relationships between primary care staff and the care home to develop. For those homes with large numbers of beds or defined units, it is expected that more than 1 practice will may provide enhanced services to the home.

Light Touch Regime services: This procurement is for clinical services which are Light Touch Regime services for the purpose of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 as specified in Schedule 3 of the Regulations (“Regulations”). Accordingly, the contracting authorities are only bound by those parts of the Regulations detailed in Chapter 3 Particular Procurement Regimes Section 7. The contracting authorities are not voluntarily following any other part of the Regulations. The procedure which the contracting authorities are following is set out in the MOI and PQQ. As the CCG is a relevant body for the purpose of the National Health Service (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No 2) Regulations 2013 these Regulations also apply to this procurement. Right to Cancel: The contracting authority reserves the right to discontinue the procurement process at any time, which shall include the right not to award a contract or contracts, and does not bind itself to accept the lowest tender, or any tender received, and reserves the right to award a contract in part, or to call for new tenders should it consider this necessary. The contracting authority shall not be liable for any costs or expenses incurred by any candidate or tenderer in connection with the completion and return of the information requested in this Contract Notice, or in the completion or submission of any tender, irrespective of the outcome of the competition or if the competition is cancelled or postponed. All dates, time periods and values specified in this notice are provisional and the contracting authority reserves the right to change these. Transparency: The contracting authority is subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (EIR) and may be required to disclose information received in the course of this procurement under FOIA or the EIR. In addition, and in accordance with the UK Government's policies on transparency, the contracting authority intends to publish procurement documentation and the text of any resulting contractual arrangements, subject to possible redactions at the discretion of the contracting authority. Any redactions, whether in relation to information requests under FOIA, the EIR or policies on transparency will be in accordance with those grounds prescribed under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004. Further information on transparency can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/procurement-and-contracting-transparency-requirements-guidance

Care Home Enhanced Primary Care Service located in North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent CCGs

NHS Midlands & Lancashire CSU | Published August 9, 2016
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85120000

North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent CCGs wish to commission an enhanced primary care service for nursing home residents within the North Staffs and Stoke-on-Trent CCG boundaries. The enhanced service aims to improve the quality of care for residents through proactive care planning and more coordinated management of residents’ complex needs. Residents will have access to timely medical advice and review so that they can continue to reside in their care home for as long as possible, and practices will assist in the development of care staff to recognise earlier signs of ill health.

The CCGs are inviting Providers who are able to provide core GMS and enhanced medical support to care home residents and whilst it is expected that this will only apply to local GP practices we are happy for wider collaboration to take place between GPs who may wish to establish a lead practice arrangement. Inline with similar successful projects elsewhere in England, the CCGs aim is to align 1 practice to a care home, as this will ensure continuity for the residents and will allow close working relationships between primary care staff and the care home to develop. For those homes with large numbers of beds or defined units, it is expected that more than 1 practice will may provide enhanced services to the home.

Light Touch Regime services: This procurement is for clinical services which are Light Touch Regime services for the purpose of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 as specified in Schedule 3 of the Regulations (“Regulations”). Accordingly, the contracting authorities are only bound by those parts of the Regulations detailed in Chapter 3 Particular Procurement Regimes Section 7. The contracting authorities are not voluntarily following any other part of the Regulations. The procedure which the contracting authorities are following is set out in the MOI and PQQ. As the CCG is a relevant body for the purpose of the National Health Service (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No 2) Regulations 2013 these Regulations also apply to this procurement. Right to Cancel: The contracting authority reserves the right to discontinue the procurement process at any time, which shall include the right not to award a contract or contracts, and does not bind itself to accept the lowest tender, or any tender received, and reserves the right to award a contract in part, or to call for new tenders should it consider this necessary. The contracting authority shall not be liable for any costs or expenses incurred by any candidate or tenderer in connection with the completion and return of the information requested in this Contract Notice, or in the completion or submission of any tender, irrespective of the outcome of the competition or if the competition is cancelled or postponed. All dates, time periods and values specified in this notice are provisional and the contracting authority reserves the right to change these. Transparency: The contracting authority is subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (EIR) and may be required to disclose information received in the course of this procurement under FOIA or the EIR. In addition, and in accordance with the UK Government's policies on transparency, the contracting authority intends to publish procurement documentation and the text of any resulting contractual arrangements, subject to possible redactions at the discretion of the contracting authority. Any redactions, whether in relation to information requests under FOIA, the EIR or policies on transparency will be in accordance with those grounds prescribed under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004. Further information on transparency can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/procurement-and-contracting-transparency-requirements-guidance

Health services

NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU on behalf of North Staffordshire CCG and Stoke on Trent CCG | Published September 23, 2016  -  Deadline October 13, 2016
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85100000

North Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent CCGs have undertaken the design of a new service model for an integrated GPOOH and FoH service for the population of Northern Staffordshire, in line with best practice nationally and with the aim to reduce the number of admissions into acute services. This is a primary medical service to: a) Provide access for patients with a identified primary care medical need who initially present at A&E b) Provide urgent access to a GP during the out of hours period for patients assessed with a primary care need by the NHS111 service This will divided into LOTS, as determined in the Memorandum of Information. Lot 1 — Out of Hours Service, Lot 2 — Front of House Service, Lot 3 — Combined Out of Hours Service and Front of House Service. Further details as to activity levels can be found in the Memorandum of Information.

Plastic products

University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016
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19520000, 33140000, 33192500, 38437000, 38519640

The University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust (UHNM) is an Acute Trust, providing a wide range of hospital services such as Accident and Emergency, Surgical, Medical Specialities, Therapy Services, Maternity and Paediatric Care.

The UHNM Microbiology Department provides a comprehensive UKAS Accredited service for the UHNM, approximately 140 surrounding GP surgeries and peripheral hospitals.

This Tender is for the provision of Microbiology Specimen Containers.

Alternative Provider Medical Services

North of England Commissioning Support Unit | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
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85000000

North of England Commissioning Support Unit on behalf of NHS England (Cumbria and the North East) and NHS Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees Clinical Commissioning Group are carrying out a procurement for Alternative Provider Medical Service (APMS) within the Hartlepool area.

Medical equipments

University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 17, 2017
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33100000, 33141200, 33141326, 33165000

The provision of Electrophysiology Consumable Products and Cryo Technology Products used in a Cardiac Catheter Laboratory setting. Products include 3D Mapping Catheters, 3D Mapping Patches, Standard RF Ablation Catheters, Quad, Deca, Multi, Halo and Spiral Diagnostic Catheters, Cryoblation Standard Catheters, Transeptal Needles and Sheaths steerable and non-steerable.

Refer to 11.1.4 and further details contained within the tender documents.

Health services

NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU | Published January 14, 2017  -  Deadline February 8, 2017
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85100000

Provision of an Integrated Urgent Care Centre including a GPOOH service for the population of Northern Staffordshire.

North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent CCGs have undertaken the design of a new service model for an Integrated Urgent Care Centre inclusive of a GPOOH provision for the population of Northern Staffordshire; this is in line with best practice nationally and aims to reduce the number of admissions into acute services. This is a service to: a) Stream all self-presenting patients arriving at the ED at the Royal Stoke to determine whether they have a need that can be met in a primary care environment; this in turn will aim to reduce demand on ED services; b) Provide access for patients with an identified primary care medical need who initially present at ED; c) Provide urgent access to a GP during the out of hour's period for patients assessed with a primary care need by the NHS111 service.

We are seeking ITT responses from bidders to deliver this service in its entirety. This procurement will not be divided into lots. Further details as to activity levels can be found in the Memorandum of Information.