BPT Builth Provision Tender
UK-Llandrindod Wells: health and social work services
Prior information notice
Section I: Contracting authority
Powys County Council – People and Well-being
Contracts & Commissioning, Powys County Council, Library Headquarters, Cefnllys Lane, Powys
For the attention of: Mr Paul Smith
LD1 5LD Llandrindod Wells
Telephone: +44 1597826875
Housing and community amenities
Section II.B: Object of the contract (Supplies or services)
Builth Wells Powys.
NUTS code UKL24
LotsThis contract is divided into lots: no
85000000, 85144000, 85300000, 85323000
Provider Forum to inform the market of their Commissioning Intentions with regards to our new Brynhyfryd Integrated Health and Social Care Centre in Builth Wells.
The new Brynhyfryd extension (currently at an advanced stage of construction) is designed to deliver an integrated, outcome focussed, reabling short term model of care.
The purpose of the Forum is to inform potential providers of the service model and scope of the intended service. Attendees will be given the opportunity to view plans of the site, and to ask questions regarding the requirements of the service which will tendered early in 2013.
The forum will be held at 14.00pm until 17.00pm on Thursday 13.12.2012.
The venue for the forum will be:-.
The Media Resource Centre.
Oxford Road, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 6AH.
Tel 01597 822230.
This service specification defines the outcomes, services and standards that are required to be delivered by the service provider at the Brynhyfryd Integrated Health and Social Care Centre in Builth Wells.
The service provider will be required to put in place the following services:
— Residential Care Services for 28 residents within the Brynhyfryd Residential Care Home (Schedule 1),
— Reablement support and person centred care for 12 residents within the Short-Term Reablement Unit (registered under CSSIW for Residential Care),
— Facilities management for the whole site.
Powys County Council (PCC) and Powys teaching Health Board (PtHB) are working together with local stakeholders to develop a new model of health and social care in Builth Wells. The new model will replace current services that are no longer able to meet current and future needs, challenges and community based demands for individualised health and social care for the local adult population.
The new development enables the closure of the existing Builth Wells Community Hospital by the transfer of facilities to an extension of the existing care home at the Brynhyfryd site.
From the new centre the following services will be provided:
— Integrated health and social care “core”team comprising district nursing, OT, care management, domiciliary care and reablement expertise,
— Third sector access and advisory service,
— Outpatient and therapy suite for dietician, physiotherapy, OT, paediatric physiotherapy,
— Outpatients suite supporting tele-health and in-reach (from services outside of Powys) consultant-led outpatients,
— Minor surgery suite in support of the local GP practice,
— Three chair general dental service,
— Ambulance service and paramedic base,
— Well-being suite for group based health education, equipment demonstration, therapy, reablement and day support services,
— 12 en-suite units delivering intensive residential intermediate care with in-reaching nursing and reablement services to meet individualised health and social care needs.
By bringing together health with social care and strengthening partnerships with other statutory services and the third sector we will be able to respond to the needs of the local community quickly and flexibly with the aim of trying to help people to stay independent for as long as possible. The new centre will be a base for staff working in the community and help to ensure that local people can be treated and supported at home whenever possible, therefore improving comfort and quality of life.
The service provider commissioned to deliver all or component parts of this specification will be regarded as a key influencer central to this innovative multi agency, multi disciplinary approach in partnership with the Council and PtHB.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section VI: Complementary information
VI.4)Date of dispatch of this notice:29.11.2012