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Supply of Physiotherapy Services to People in our Prisons in Southern Region (Otago Correctional Facility and Invercargill Prison)

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Tender Closed
RFx ID : 22925651
Tender Name : Supply of Physiotherapy Services to People in our Prisons in Southern Region (Otago Correctional Facility and Invercargill Prison)
Reference # : 7100020792
Open Date : Tuesday, 7 July 2020 9:00 AM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)
Close Date  : Friday, 7 August 2020 12:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)
Tender Type : Request for Proposals (RFP)
Tender Coverage : Sole Agency  [?]
Categories :
  • 85000000 - Healthcare Services
Regions:
  • Auckland
  • Bay of Plenty
  • Canterbury
  • Chatham Islands
  • Gisborne
  • Hawke's Bay
  • Manawatu-Wanganui
  • Marlborough
  • Nelson
  • Northland
  • Otago
  • Southland
  • Taranaki
  • Tasman
  • Waikato
  • Wellington
  • West Coast
Exemption Reason : None
Required Pre-qualifications : None
Contact : Sharen Rutherford
Alternate Physical Delivery Address  :
Alternate Physical Fax Number  :
Overview

The Department was formed in 1995 on the principles of rehabilitation and public safety – which remain at the core of what we do. The Department employs more than 200 qualified nurses and each day 600-700 people in prison receive care in prison health centres.

We are seeking supply of Physiotherapy Services to People in our Prisons in Southern Region (Otago Correctional Facility and Invercargill Prison).

Suppliers will support our efforts to improve the health of people in our care. Sickness, addiction and injury can be barriers to rehabilitation and reintegration. It’s in everyone’s interests that we provide primary healthcare for people in prison. People in good health – mentally and physically – are better able to take part in interventions designed to help them stop offending, and to learn new skills, study towards qualifications, or find work.