Kirklees Stroke Information and Support Contract

Kirklees Stroke Information and Support Contract

Kirklees Council wishes to appoint  suitably qualified and experienced Service Provider(s) in respect of the Kirklees Stroke Information, Support and Targeted Prevention.

Kirklees Council
KMC-AS085 CONTRACT for Kirklees Stroke Information, Support and Targeted Prevention; Six month Reviews following Hospital Discharge; and Communication Support
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Kirklees Council wishes to appoint  suitably qualified and experienced Service Provider(s) in respect of the Kirklees Stroke Information, Support and Targeted Prevention; Six month Reviews following Hospital Discharge; and Communication Support Service.  The Services are required to be provided under each Contract for a period of 3 years from 1 October 2015 with the possibility of an extension for a further 1 year.

The overall aim of the service is to achieve the best possible outcomes and quality of life for people affected by stroke, and their carers, and target prevention support to reduce the prevalence of stroke across Kirklees therefore the demand for high cost health and social care services.

The Contract is made up of the following three lots with total contract value of up to £130,000 per annum and is broken down as follows:

Lot A: Information, advice & 1-1 targeted support -£60,000

Lot B: Six Month Reviews – £49,000.

Lot C: Communication support – £21,000

Please see the service specification for further details.

Contact:
Mr Ian Penny
Email Address:
ian.penny@kirklees.gov.uk
Telephone:
07976 194178
Address:
Kirkgate Bldgs
Byram Street
Huddersfield
West Yorkshire
HD1 1BY
United Kingdom
Key Dates
01/10/2015
30/09/2018
21/04/2015 15:51
08/06/2015 13:00
Other Information
Estimated Value (£):
620000
36 (months)
12 (months)
1
Contract Attachment(s)
Attached/Link Name Size Date Uploaded
KMC-AS085 Tender Docs Part One April 2015.doc 526kb 20/04/2015
KMC-AS085 Tender Docs Part Two Final Version April 2015.doc 482kb 20/04/2015

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