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Tenders Available

Tenders Available

On this page we list currently available tenders relevant for organisations/practices in the health care industry. 

A brief outline of each tender is provided here, with links to the official tender page of the organisation(s) offering the tender. Please contact those organisations directly for more information. 

EOI open for General Practices – Stepped mental health care trial (NWMPHN)
North Western Melbourne PHN (NWMPHN) has been selected as one of three sites nationally to work with the University of Melbourne, to test a structured approach to identifying mental health need and triaging patients into appropriate treatment.

Using a brief, purpose-designed online tool, patients are assessed, receive feedback on their responses and a chance to prioritise their areas of concern, and are provided with suggested treatment options matched to their assessment results.

For some patients, their suggested treatment will include working with a Care Navigator (employed by the trial) who is based in the practice and assists GPs with developing care plans and linking patients into relevant local services. Patients will continue to see their GP for all other medical care.

We are currently seeking six practices to work with us on this Australian-first trial. Practices will be awarded a participation grant of $500 per month.

Who can apply?

General practices that can accommodate the following requirements may be eligible:

  • are interested in testing new ways of delivering mental health care
  • see at least 100 patients aged between 18-75 per day
  • can provide a room for patients to attend trial appointments
  • agree to their reception staff asking patients to complete a short questionnaire on an iPad or similar tablet (tablets will be provided by the PHN)

No closing date (Ongoing)
All catchment area submissions welcome

More information

Investing in Primary Mental Health [MurrayPHN]

Murray PHN invites proposals from primary care providers that:

  1. Responds to a revised model for Psychological Therapy Services (General PTS) services;
  2. Responds to a renewed service model for services for people with severe mental illness now known as Primary Mental Health Clinical Coordination (PMHCC), which was formerly known as MHNIP, and;
  3. Requests funding to support capacity building initiatives that aim to improve equity of access to primary mental health and to strengthen workforce capacity to support improved mental health outcomes.

Closes: 20 December 5:00 pm AEDT

MurrayPHN Tender Portal

Recovery Focused Residential Rehabilitation for People with Co-Occurring Conditions [WSPHN]
Western Sydney Primary Health Network's (WSPHN) Mental Health and Alcohol and other Drug programs seek requests for tender from organisations that will provide residential rehabilitation services to people with co-occurring mental health and drug and alcohol conditions who are living in the western Sydney Region. It is envisaged that these people will be linked to the support services in the community before the end of their residential program that will assist them to transition back into the community to maintain their recovery. The service will require a multidisciplinary team that will consist of (but not limited to) psychiatrists, doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers, pharmacists, peer workers.

Closes: 22 December at 4:00 pm AEDT

WSPHN Tenderlink

Co-Occurring Mental Health, Drug & Alcohol & Physical Conditions in Priority Populations [WSPHN]
Western Sydney Primary Health Network (WSPHN) are looking for services that integrate care and support across co-occurring with severe and complex mental health conditions and alcohol and other drug conditions so that service users are at the centre of the model of care, getting the right care, at the right time, in the right environment, appropriate to their own individual needs. This may be a single wrap around service or care coordination within a consortium approach, for example. Residential rehabilitation services are excluded from this Request for Proposal. 

Closes: 22 December 4:00 pm AEDT

WSPHN Tenderlink

Primary Health Care Service to People at Risk of or Experiencing Homelessness [CESPHN]
CESPHN is seeking to fund primary health care services to people who are experiencing, or are at risk of primary and secondary homelessness within the Central and Eastern Sydney PHN (CESPHN) region. 

Proposals for services that operate within the after-hours time period, or are able to demonstrate that they reduce the requirement for After Hours services and provide services to people experiencing or at risk of primary and secondary homelessness, within the Central and Eastern Sydney PHN are sought.

Closes: 8 January 2018 5:00 pm AEDT

CESPHN Tenderlink