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:
NWMPHN is seeking expressions of interest from general practitioners or registrars interested in participating in the statewide Doctors in Secondary Schools program.
As part of the program, 100 Victorian secondary schools will have access to an adolescent healthtrained general practitioner for up to one day per week. This service will be located on site, as an in-reach service, providing medical advice and treatment to students enrolled in the participating school.
We currently have three schools which need services. They are;
- Kurunjang Secondary College (near Melton)
- Melton Secondary College
- Hume Secondary College
The program calls for a general practice to nominate a general practitioner or registrar to provide services in a satellite clinic within each school for a period of four hours once a week. A registered nurse (Div 1) is also supported to spend a full day at the school. The practice must be accredited and have a commitment to working with the school on an ongoing basis.
The remuneration for the doctor/ registrar for this program is $150.00 per hour minus MBS billings.
How to apply
Please download the expression of interest application form and send your completed application to email@example.com
Applications close Friday 23 March
North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN) is seeking a strategy to support the transformation of primary health care in Melbourne’s north and west, consistently deliver integrated person-centred care and improved health outcomes for the population.
The strategy needs to:
- Be sustainable, scalable and adaptive to future policy changes
- Be focused on data-driven improvement and outcomes that deliver integrated person centred care
- Be co-designed with and co-led by primary care stakeholders
- Recognise the multidisciplinary nature of primary care
- Involve consumers in the design and evaluation of outcomes
- Be flexible to meet the requirements of different kinds of primary care practices and patients
- Meet the strategic priorities of NWMPHN as outlined in the strategic plan
The strategy will drive the evolution of NWMPHN’s engagement, communication and workforce development approach, which supports primary care providers to achieve improved health outcomes for patients by delivering evidence informed quality health care.
How to apply
For more information and to apply, please visit Tenderlink.
From 12 March 2018, changes to medical decision-making laws will take effect when the Medical Treatment Planning and Decisions Act (2016) starts.
North Western Melbourne PHN is funding 1-hour outreach sessions to upskill and support general practice and community health services to understand changes to the Act.
Delivered by Advance Care Planning (ACP) managers/hospital coordinators, the sessions will help to increase primary care provider knowledge, understanding and confidence when discussing Advance Care Planning and medical decision-making.
Who can apply?
General practices and community health services who frequently refer to Northern Health, Royal Melbourne Hospital and St Vincent’s.
How to apply?
To apply or for further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9347 1188.