Short Term Assessment Beds for Adults – Nottinghamshire
Framework Agreement for the provision of Short Term Assessment Beds for adults.
SHORT TERM ASSESSMENT BEDS FRAMEWORK AND FIRST CALL-OFF
Awarding body Nottinghamshire County Council
|EST. START DATE:||27/12/2018|
|EST. END DATE:||26/12/2020|
Nottinghamshire County Council is seeking tenders from Providers of Residential Care Home services for adults, wishing to join a Framework Agreement for the provision of Short Term Assessment Beds for adults. The Framework will be available for any relevant public body to utilise within Nottinghamshire.
The project also includes the procurement of care home beds by Nottinghamshire County Council on a block funded basis under 4 Lots. Providers must be successful in their bid to join the Framework Agreement in order to be considered for award of a call-off Lot contract.
Short Term Assessment facilities are a developing model of care which maximises the potential for recuperation and recovery and optimise holistic well-being, with the shared reablement ethos of providing the right care; at the right time; in the right place. They also facilitate timely hospital discharges and help to avoid unnecessary hospital admission.
Through this framework beds will be commissioned within residential care homes for adults, specifically to enable people who need a short period of care away from their own home, to have the best opportunity of returning home.
The Framework agreement will be established for an initial term of 2 years, with an option to extend for a further period of up to 2 years.
|Contract Type||One off|
|Procurement Process||Framework agreement|
|Option to extend||There is an option to extend the framework agreement for two years|
|Estimated ValueTEXT DESCRIPTION|
|Suitable for SME||YES|
DOCUMENT AVAILABLE UNTIL
23 November 2018
SUBMISSION RETURN BY
23 November 2018
EXTEND CONTRACT OPTIONS:
There is an option to extend the framework agreement for two years
Nottinghashire County Council
Corporate Procurement on behalf of Adult Social Care and Health