Up to $200,000 per General Practice for After Hours care
Wednesday, 18 December 2019
SEMPHN is seeking proposals from accredited General Practices across the catchment to extend their existing opening hours in the After-Hours (AH) period on weekdays and weekends and/or increase their General Practitioner/Registered Nursing service capacity.
Up to $200,000 (GST exclusive) will be offered per successful eligible General Practice.
Practices will be required to deliver general practice services in the AH period that include minor injury treatment including pain management, wound care, fractures, lacerations, minor burns, abdominal pain, skin and soft-tissue infections.
The tender is being offered to accredited General Practices across all Local Government Areas (LGAs) within the SEMPHN catchment.
However, priority will be given to suitable proposals in the following suburbs: Dandenong, Pakenham South, Frankston, Frankston North, Rosebud, McCrae, Berwick North, Cranbourne East, Point Nepean -Tootgarook, St Andrews Beach, Rye, Blairgowrie, Sorrento, Portsea , Cheltenham, Highett, Hampton Park, South Yarra East, Hampton, Sandringham, Prahran and Windsor.
Preference will also be given to proposals offering services on Sundays.
Successful practices will also be required to demonstrate and enhance their working relationship with local services to support them to provide services in the AH funded period, and develop and implement a community and service provider awareness communication strategy, including advertising and marketing.
18 December 2019: Tender opens in eProcure
24 January 2020: Questions close in eProcure 5pm
31 January 2020: Tender closes 3pm
March 2020 - 30 June 2021: Contract period
5 April 2020 - 31 May 2021: Services delivered
Respondents will be notified of the result via eProcure.
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