02/07/2009 - 15:46

State seeking interest for Fiona Stanley

02/07/2009 - 15:46


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The state government is seeking expressions of interest from organisations and companies to provide goods and services for the new $1.76 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital.

State seeking interest for Fiona Stanley

The state government is seeking expressions of interest from organisations and companies to provide goods and services for the new $1.76 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital.


The announcement is below:



Expressions of interest are being sought from organisations and companies interested in providing cutting-edge goods and services for the new $1.76billion Fiona Stanley Hospital.

Over the next three to four years, a full range of modern hospital furniture, fittings and equipment, as well as state-of-the-art medical, imaging and diagnostic equipment, will be required, along with a comprehensive range of hospital and operational support services.

Health Minister Kim Hames said in excess of $100million had been allocated for the furniture, fittings and equipment to fit out the hospital. In addition, significant service contracts were being considered to provide operational support to the hospital.

"This is the biggest infrastructure project ever undertaken by the State Government and is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to build a tertiary hospital from the ground up," Dr Hames said.

"We are dedicated to building a healthcare facility using world's best practice technologies, systems and techniques."

The Minister said the Fiona Stanley Hospital project team was particularly interested in identifying goods and services that were innovative and consistent with the modern service design principles of a world-class health facility.

"It is essential that organisations register their interest with the project so we can plan ahead and incorporate the selected goods and services into the design and construction process," he said.

"By providing comprehensive information on what an organisation can provide, the project team will be in a better position to understand how that organisation can potentially play a role."

Potential project requirements include, but are not limited to:

- administrative services
- audio visual specialists systems and services
- communications providers
- consumable goods delivery systems and inventory management strategies
- facility management (FM) services and systems
- food and catering services
- health care requirements and support services
- electronic information, communication and technology systems
- innovative waste and recycling solutions
- managed medical equipment services
- materials management
- medical equipment supply, installation and maintenance solutions
- network solutions
- patient entertainment systems
- pendants for clinical areas
- robotics
- security and monitoring services
- specialist service providers
- technical expertise
- transport and associated services
- other health facility goods and services, including a range of options and strategies for furniture, fittings and equipment, such as supply through FM contracts and the bundling of equipment with services.

Companies interested in supplying goods or services to the project should visit the procurement page of the Fiona Stanley Hospital project website for information - http://www.fionastanley.health.wa.gov.au/procurement/

In addition to the provision of the above goods and services, the project's managing contractor, Brookfield Multiplex, is listing its procurement/tender packages for its
Stage One works on the ProjectConnect website - http://www.projectconnect.com.au

Once complete, the 643-bed hospital will offer services including:

- a full range of acute medical and surgical services
- the State centre for the treatment of burns
- a major trauma centre
- WA's first comprehensive cancer centre south of the river
- cardiothoracic services
- a major 24-hour emergency department
- paediatrics, obstetrics and neonatology
- a mental health unit with a secure wing
- a state-of-the-art medical research facility.



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