This Contract Notice is published as part of NHS Medway CCG's procurement and market engagement process.

The Autistic Spectrum Conditions Diagnostic Assessment Services are to be provided to the patients covered by NHS Medway CCG. Services must be provided from premises within the geographic area of Kent and Medway.

NHS Medway Clinical Commissioning Group is responsible for shaping and designing the healthcare services that local people need, then selecting the best providers to run them. The process of commissioning a provider to run a service is called procurement.

We follow public procurement regulations and guidelines when determining the form of procurement and our approach.

NHS Medway Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) procures services from a range of providers. Contracts vary from small one-off purchases to large service contracts. When procuring services we ensure fair opportunity, competition and value for money.

The form of procurement we use varies depending on the nature of the product or service being procured but can include Any Qualified Provider, competitive and non-competitive tendering.

The regulations mean we cannot favour provider simply because they already have a contract with the CCG, or because they are an NHS organisation, or located in our area, or are employing local people.

In adherence with requirements of the document “Managing Conflicts of Interest: Statutory Guidance for CCGs” published in December 2014 by NHS England, CCGs must maintain a register of procurement decisions taken, which includes the details of the decision, who has involved in making the decision and a summary of any conflicts of interest in relation to the decision and how this was managed by the CCG. This enables the CCG to demonstrate that it is acting fairly and transparently and in the best interest of its patients and local population.

You can read the Register of procurement decisions 2017 here.

NHS Medway Clinical Commissioning Group has commenced a procurement exercise for Primary Medical Care Services contracts from 1st April 2019.  A future provider is needed to provide the full range of primary medical services currently at the below practices from 01 April 2019:

This Notice is published as part of NHS Medway CCG’s re- procurement of DA NOUS market engagement process.

Subject: Provide all services for The Wellbeing Café

Subject: Patient Experience and Patient and Public Engagement PILOT – Invitation for Solution Proposal and Quotation

Invitation to tender – Medway CCG website migration

Awarded opportunity – This means that the contract has been awarded to a supplier.

The CCG requires procurement support for the re-procurement of community services by providing the outputs as specified in the Specification.

NHS Medway Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is redesigning and re-procuring  adult community health services in Medway.  

NHS Medway CCG has appointed KPMG as its local external auditors from 1 April 2017 for a period of three years with the option to extend for a further one year.