Highley GMS Services for NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Integrated Care Board
NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU
Published date: 27 January 2023
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• Health services – 85100000
• Medical practice and related services – 85120000
• Medical practice services – 85121000
Location of contract
Value of contract
27 January 2023
15 February 2023
Contract start date
1 April 2023
Contract end date
31 March 2038
Other: Open Type Procedure under the Light Touch Regime
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NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin ICB are seeking tenders for a provider of GMS services, Essential Services, Quality and Outcome Framework (QOF), Enhanced services – Locally Commissioned (LCS) and Directed Enhanced Services (DES) including the Primary Care Network DES in the village of Highley, South Shropshire. Highley (WV16 6) is a rurally isolated large village in South Shropshire, 7.5 miles to the south of Bridgnorth with a population of 3,735 people. The provider is required to play a key role in the emerging partnership work with local providers, partners and stakeholders that is aiming to enhance and improve the delivery of health and care services from an integrated health hub within a key community building in the heart of this rurally isolated and deprived community. This partnership work involves all key partners and stakeholders including the PCN, the ICB, the hospital trust, community services and the local community. An essential requirement of this contract is the need for the provider to deliver services from the Village and to maintain a strong physical presence within the community. In the short term, there is the opportunity to utilise the existing practice premises (subject to negotiation with the landlord) and in the longer term there is the exciting potential of the integrated health hub. The ICB are looking to appoint a service provider to deliver this service in perpetuity. The Contract will commence on the 1st April 2023. The Contract value (per 12-month period) is estimated to be £368,291.00 – Global sum, £434,985.00 including QOF and LCS based on 2022/23 figures. The NHS Standard General Medical Services Contract shall apply. Please note the period and value in the notice are mandatory fields and do not apply, this is a service in perpetuity, therefore will continue until notice is provided. An accurate total contract period or value is not possible to include, any Contract shall align to the Terms and Conditions of the NHS Standard General Medical Services Contract.
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NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU are conducting this procurement exercise on behalf of another NHS body with whom the successful bidder(s) will enter into a contract with for the supply of the services. The contract conditions will be set out in the Invitation to Tender. Further details will be made available via documentation and information released during the course of the tender process. This exercise will be conducted on the Midlands and Lancashire CSU portal ref itt_1040 athttps://mlcsu.bravosolution.co.uk (i) Candidates should register on the portal at https://mlcsu.bravosolution.co.uk (registration and use of the website is free of charge). If your organisation has registered previously, you do not need to reregister; (ii) Once registered, candidates must submit your reply on the website and by email by the deadline stated. For technical support in submitting your expression of interest contact the Bravo Solution Helpdesk on +448003684850 or E-mail: . 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. As the ICB 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.
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