Expressions of Interests and Tenders
North Western Melbourne PHN uses Tenderlink as its portal for all Expression of Interest, Request for Quote and Request for Tender applications.
All communications and enquiries must only be directed in writing via our Tenderlink Portal and the email address specified below:
Expressions of interest are sought for a local agent to lead implementation of the Macedon Ranges Suicide Prevention Plan. This includes a dedicated project officer to manage and coordinate the Macedon Ranges suicide prevention activities and engagement.
The Macedon Ranges trial is one of 12 place-based suicide prevention trials across Victoria in a partnership between the Victorian Government and Primary Health Networks to save lives.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please complete and submit the application form (below) by email to: email@example.com.
Applications close 5:00pm, Thursday, 28 February 2019.
North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN) is seeking providers to implement a stepped care approach to support the mental health and wellbeing of parents in the critical antenatal and post-natal period.
NWMPHN has consulted with both the Royal Women’s Hospital’s (RWH) Mother and Baby Unit and Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia (PANDA), confirming there is a need for a community based mental health and wellbeing program to support new parents.
Working through this issue with RWH and PANDA, it has also become apparent that a program to support improved mental health and wellbeing for parents would be particularly helpful for families that have difficulty accessing other services.
Applicants are encouraged to submit innovative tenders that will deliver a model of care that meets the mental health needs of new parents in the NWMPHN catchment.
A collaborative approach that involves working with new parents in the community would be advantageous in developing a proactive and integrated model.
A tender briefing was held on 15 February at NWMPHN. A copy of the briefing presentation is available here.
North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN) is looking for providers to deliver an education and training program to improve the confidence of parents and caregivers in managing an unwell child in the after hours period.
The tender, to the value of $325,000 over two years, will focus on parents and caregivers of children of up to four years of age in the Wyndham, Melton and Hume local government areas.
North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN) is releasing two tenders to improve social connectedness for people experiencing poor health outcomes.
The two tenders, each to the value of $500,000 over two years, are for responses in the Hume and Wyndham Local Government Areas.
The aim of the tenders is to support people experiencing loneliness and social isolation to improve connection with their community. Providers are encouraged to consider applying for either the Hume or Wyndham regions and will be required to submit two applications if seeking to provide services across both areas.
A tender briefing was held at NWMPHN on 7 February 2019. Please refer to the documents below for a summary of this briefing.