Tenders

As part of the North Coast Primary Health Network’s commissioning role, requests for tenders, proposals or expressions of interest will be periodically released for the delivery of primary health care programs or services.

North Coast Primary Health Network aims to improve health outcomes by commissioning health services and project procurement opportunities to address local needs guided by community, clinical and stakeholder input. Registering with Tenderlink will ensure you are notified as soon as an opportunity is advertised.

Current Tenders

NCPHN is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from eligible organisations and/or service providers (Providers) to establish a Register of Pre-Qualified Providers that can be drawn upon for the provision of services by credentialed mental health nurses to people across the NCPHN footprint with severe mental illness.

Providers being sought include:

  1. Individuals/Sole Traders who are credentialed Mental Health Nurses
  2. GP or Psychiatry practices that are able to source and deliver Mental Health Nursing Services through their business

The Request for EOI process is being managed via NCPHN’s Tenderlink Portal, and all details regarding the process and access to the EOI Documents can be obtained at the following link: NCPHN Tenderlink Portal. Interested parties will need to register on the Portal to access and download EOI Documents.

The closing time and date for lodgement of EOIs is 10:00 a.m. on 9 May 2018.

http://www.tenderlink.com/ncphn

NCPHN’s Tenderlink Portal can be found at:

www.tenderlink.com/ncphn

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