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United Kingdom-Normanton: Gynaecological hospital services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.supplychain.nhs.uk
Section II: Object
Maternity Obstetrics and Gynaecological Products
The framework agreement will look to include the following range of products — obstetric products and accessories, maternity products and accessories, gynaecological products and accessories and rental of birthing pools and TENs Machines.
It is anticipated that the initial expenditure for this framework will be in the region of 10 000 000 GBP in the first year of this framework agreement, however this is approximate only and the values may vary depending on the requirements of those bodies purchasing under the framework agreement. The estimated value over the total framework agreement term is in the region of 40 000 000 GBP.
Various location in UK.
This lot encompasses products associated with the period during pregnancy and shortly thereafter.
This framework agreement will have the option to extend incrementally for a further period of up to 24 months in addition the initial 24 months set out in the framework agreement.
This lot encompasses non-clinical rental products with birthing. Birthing pool rental and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) rental.
This lot encompasses products and accessories associated with birthing.
Baby Care Products
This lot encompasses products associated with care of newborn/early baby.
This lot encompasses products predominantly associated with perinatal care and post-natal care.
Women’s Health Products
This lot encompasses products to meet sanitary needs of individuals using them.
Device used to dilate the vagina for examination and/or treatment of vagina and cervix.
Used for support when bladder, rectum or uterus displaces bulging towards the vagina which may increase incontinence, designed for women who are not sexually active. The type, shape and size are assessed on an individual basis, where support is sufficient and comfort maintained. Though some commonalities exist.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information