Head to Health Adult Mental Health

CLOSED: Expression of Interest – Head to Health Adult Mental Health – Satellite (Northam)

Background Information:

WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) is undertaking an Expression of Interest (EOI) process to assist with the planning of the Head to Health Adult Mental Health – Satellite (Northam). Further information about the proposed services can be found in ‘Part B: Potential Service Requirements’.

WAPHA wishes to gauge the level of interest within the primary health care sector for the provision of the service outlined in ‘Part B: Potential Service Requirements’.

    How this EOI process works

    The issue of this EOI Request is not a Request for Tender. As such, it is not a commitment or representation of any kind that WAPHA will issue a Request for Tender to provide the service.

    WAPHA may contact one or more of the organisations that lodge a Registration Form (‘the Respondents’) in the future to discuss the service or WAPHA’s plans or needs generally. WAPHA may take the Respondents’ views and feedback into account when developing any future Request for Tender relating to this service. However, lodgement of a Registration Form will not guarantee that WAPHA will consult with or short list  your organisation, for any future process regarding these proposed services.

    How to register your interest

    If your organisation is, or may be interested in providing this service either now, or sometime in the future, please complete the Registration Form found in Part C. Please note, your Registration Form, must be submitted by the closing date and time listed on the front cover of this EOI Request.

    You can lodge your Registration Form by email to tenders@wapha.org.au.

    Queries and Responses

    If you have any queries about this EOI process, please email tenders@wapha.org.au.

    Expression of Interest closing date

    14:00 (AWST), Thursday 31 August 2023


    Head to Health Adult Mental Health – Satellite (Northam)

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    Would accreditation against the 5th Edition, Royal College of General Practitioners Standards be acceptable to meet the accreditation requirement for the National Safety and Quality Health Service/Mental Health Standards?

    No, the RACGP 5th Edition standards would not be acceptable.


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