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Tenders Available

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

Please note: New tenders are added to the top of the list. Scroll down the page to view tenders closing sooner.

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. 

Services for Young People With Complex Mental Health Issues (SEMPHN)

The South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (SEMPHN) is pleased to invite Responses to deliver services to assist young people with severe and complex mental health issues within the SEMPHN catchment. The three regions of service delivery will be 1) Frankston-Mornington Peninsula, 2) Casey-Cardinia, and 3) Greater Dandenong-Kingston. There will be a separate Request process for each of these locations.

Applicants are welcome to apply for more than one region however, they are required to lodge separate Responses for each of the chosen regions. In this instance, the applicants must provide details about the economies of scale in service delivery across more than one region.

CLOSES: 31 August 2018 3:00 pm VIC

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Operation Compass Small Community Grants (NQPHN)

Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) invites Proposals for the provision of identifying at risk EX-ADF and families populations targeting suicide prevention, promoting wellbeing and wellness, social connectedness, improving mental and physical health to support the OPERATION COMPASS program.

CLOSES: 1 August 2018 2:00 pm QLD

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Strengthening Integrated Palliative & End of Life Care Service Capacity (Coordinare)

COORDINARE - South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network (SENSW PHN) invites expressions of interest (EOIs) from suitable organisations or collaborations to apply for funding to assist in strengthening integrated palliative and end of life care service capacity in the community.

Through this funding, SENSW PHN seeks to support improved capacity, coordination and partnerships between providers of palliative and end-of-life care within the South Eastern NSW region. Ultimately, the funding will support improvements to and delivery of high quality palliative and end of life care in the community and an optimal end-of-life experience for individuals, their families and carers.

CLOSES: 27 July 2018 5:00 pm NSW

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Cultural Awareness RACGP Accreditation Grants (SAPHN)

Country SA PHN (CSAPHN) are offering small grants to assist organisations achieve RACGP accreditation for Cultural Awareness Training. Country SA PHN has identified a need for more organisations to be accredited by the RACGP to undertake the cultural awareness training required in regional South Australia. The aim of the Cultural Awareness RACGP Accreditation Grants is to increase the number of organisations that can deliver the accredited and locally relevant cultural awareness training to service providers in the Country SA PHN region, with a goal to improve the capacity of mainstream primary care services to deliver culturally appropriate services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

CLOSES: 23 July 2018 5:00 pm SA

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Gippsland Suicide Prevention Program (GPHN)

Would your organisation like to deliver the Gippsland Suicide Prevention Program in Gippsland?
Is your organisation a proven performer in the delivery of quality suicide prevention and/or mental health services?
Can your organisation work closely with the existing services and communities to deliver outcomes for people in Gippsland?

Proposals are sought from suitably qualified providers of clinical suicide prevention and/or mental health services to deliver a clinical service for:

  • Individuals who have attempted suicide and are discharged into the community; and/o
  • Individuals who are at high risk of suicide and have not otherwise been treated by the Area Mental Health Service, via referrals from hospital Emergency Departments, Mental Health Triage, Mental Health Community Services, general practitioners, psychiatrists, other providers.

CLOSES: 20 July 2018 5:00 pm VIC

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Gippsland Indigenous Dual Diagnosis Program (GPHN)

Would your organisation like to deliver the Gippsland Indigenous Dual Diagnosis Program?
Is your organisation a proven performer in the delivery of quality Indigenous dual diagnosis services?
Can your organisation work closely with Indigenous health and community services and local communities to deliver quality outcomes?

Proposals are sought from suitably qualified providers of clinical dual diagnosis services to deliver a clinical service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in East Gippsland, Wellington and Latrobe Local Government Areas.

CLOSES: 20 July 2018 5:00 pm VIC

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Addressing Suicide Risk - Men in Trades [SEMPHN]

SEMPHN is seeking to engage an organisation to deliver and coordinate a range of activities to address the high incidence of mental ill-health and suicide risk among men involved in the building and construction industry.

These activities will target the two place based trial sites in the LGAs of Frankston, Mornington Peninsula and Greater Dandenong.

SEMPHN is seeking to engage an organisation to deliver and coordinate (via sub contractual arrangements where necessary), a range of activities to address the high incidence of mental ill-health and suicide risk among men involved in the building and construction industry. The two overarching activities will target the two place based trial sites in the LGAs of Frankston, Mornington Peninsula and Greater Dandenong.

Closes: 20 July 2018 3:00 pm VIC

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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.

No closing date (Ongoing)
All catchment area submissions welcome

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