Youth Justice Primary Healthcare Services

The State is seeking a service provider that can deliver a quality, flexible, integrated, efficient and cost-effective service within custodial environments to deliver the primary health and primary mental health services ordinarily delivered by general practitioners, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and other health professionals in the community, to children and or young people based on their health needs. As part of this RFT, there are some time limited opportunities to be briefed by the department, attend site visits and receive answers to your questions and more. These activities and their related dates are defined in the RFT. Access to RFT documents, and registration for briefings, related site tours and times to the associated data room will be made available to Registered Offerers from 16 February 2018 following the acceptance of the Deed of Confidentiality. Offerers will need to register via the below email address by completing the Registration Form (Appendix 1) and submitting the signed Confidentiality Deed (Appendix 2) to the Organisation’s Responsible Officer prior to receiving the RFT documentation. The organisation reserves the right to not provide the RFT documentation to any registrant.

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