Presentation on theme: "New Papworth Hospital Bidders’ Day 7 September 2010."— Presentation transcript:
New Papworth Hospital Bidders’ Day 7 September 2010
Papworth Hospital Best performing Foundation Trust. International centre of excellence. Largest specialist cardiothoracic centre in the UK. National patient surveys put Papworth in the top 20% of hospitals. Achieved 58 out of 60 passes in CQC Quality ratings and meet all CQC core standards.
Papworth Hospital – why move? The current site has some good facilities but the infrastructure is old, clinical adjacencies are poor and patient privacy is an issue. Difficulty meeting increasing demand. The hospital is located on an isolated site with poor transport links. Patient care, research and education.
Cambridge University Health Partners Papworth Hospital is a founding member. One of only five Academic Health Science Centres in England recognised by the Department of Health as internationally competitive centres of excellence in the integrated delivery of health care, health research and the education of health professionals. Aims to improve patient care, patient outcomes and population health through innovation and the integration of service delivery, health research and clinical education.
Financial Performance One of the earliest Foundation Trusts (2004) £120m turnover Specialist provider of local, regional, national and international services with a wide commissioner base Strong financial track record – scoring 4 or 5 from Monitor for the most recent 4 years
The vision To build a 300-bed, purpose-built hospital with 100% in-patient single rooms (and a research and education institute). To provide a landmark building of which patients, public and staff will be proud. To provide modern facilities that will provide a first- class environment for patients and the highest quality care.
Clinical benefits (i) Opportunities to improve patient care –Facilitates multi-discipline team work –Timely cross-specialty consultation –Expedite access to most appropriate expertise –Minimises transfer / transport delays
Clinical benefits (ii) Improves service efficiency –Integration to reduce duplication –Streamline patient pathways –Appropriate use of tertiary facilities –Ease of cross-cover –Sharing of support services
Education & Training Medical Staff: –Closer link with Clinical School & teaching Student Doctors –Post-graduate training Clinical support staff –Nursing staff, Medical Technicians, Physiotherapists, Nutritionalists, etc –Enhances career opportunities
Progress to Date SOC approved – 2004 Public consultation – 2005 PSC developed – 2008 Monitor approved FRR and 2009 CBC Outline Planning Consent – Oct 2009 OJEU notice – 3 August 2010 DH approvals complete – April 2010
Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC) An international centre of excellence in biomedical research Part of an Academic Health Science Centre Current occupiers include: Cambridge University Hospitals, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine, The Medical Research Council and Cancer Research UK Papworth will be at the heart of the CBC
New MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology New access road New Busway Site for commercial medical science park Site for New Papworth hospital and research institute expansion N
Scope of the Project 300 bed cardiothoracic facility on the CBC (excludes Research Institute) Installation and commissioning of ICT network infrastructure Supply, installation, maintenance and replacement of equipment as defined by the Equipment Responsibility Matrix (no MES) Maintenance, repair and replacement of all primary infrastructure Provision and operation of retail facility Provision of a range of hard and soft FM services Contract term – 30 years plus construction
Facilities Management Services – Hard FM Estate maintenance Energy and utilities management Grounds and garden maintenance Help desk service
Facilities Management Services – Soft FM On site car parking and traffic management (the majority of parking will be provided in an off site MSCP) Cleaning Portering Security Catering Pest control Materials management (Laundry and waste disposal are excluded from the PFI procurement)
Procurement programme August 2010 Official Journal of the European Union notice issued October 2010 Approval of three shortlisted bidders November 2010 Issue Invitation to Participate in Dialogue and commence Dialogue with three bidders March 2011 Interim bid submission May 2011 Commence dialogue with two bidders October November 2011 Submission of draft bids and formal close of Dialogue November May 2012 Issue Invitation to Submit Final Bid, assess final bids, select preferred bidder, Appointment Business Case drafted and approved May 2012 Preferred bidder announced May October 2012 Funding competition, planning approval, Full Business Case drafted and approved November 2012 Financial close