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Public Health key contracts

Key public health contracts and commissioning intentions, March 2019

Please note that this is not a definitive list of our current contracts. Providers should refer to our contracts database for the full list of public health contracts.  

Healthy communities 

This service is set up on a prime provider model. Everyone Health offer an integrated service which provides NHS health checks, smoking cessation, weight management, physical activity, falls prevention, malnutrition and social isolation interventions. 

The service is available to people aged 50 years and over in  identified areas (318 KB) across Staffordshire.

The current contract runs to 31/03/2020 with an option to extend for 1 year until 31/03/2021. 

Planned engagement opportunities will depend on future commissioning intentions. 

For more information please contact Joanna Robinson, Senior Commissioning Manager at  Joanna.robinson@staffordshire.gov.uk.

Genitourinary and contraceptive services in southern Staffordshire

This service provides open access to integrated genitourinary and contraceptive services in southern Staffordshire. The current contract is on a prime provider model and is held by Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (formerly Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Partnership NHS Trust). The contract will run until March 2020 and there are options to extend by up to 2 years

Commissioners plan to develop a Staffordshire-wide combined integrated sexual health service and genitourinary and contraceptive services with timescales dependent upon existing contracts.

For further information contact:

Integrated sexual health service for Stoke-on-Trent and north Staffordshire

This service provides open access to integrated genitourinary and contraceptive services in northern Staffordshire. The current contract is on a prime provider model and is held by Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (formerly Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Partnership NHS Trust) on a contract which runs from April 2016 to March 2019 with annual options to extend until 2022. 

Commissioners plan to develop a Staffordshire-wide combined Integrated Sexual Health Service and Genitourinary and contraceptive services with timescales dependent upon existing contracts. 

For further information contact:

Long acting reversible contraception (LARCs) in primary care

This service provides the fitting (insertion and removal) of coils and contraceptive implants for contraceptive purposes in a GP setting. There are multiple identical contracts with 95 GP surgeries across Staffordshire. The contract is in place until at least March 2020 and there is an option to extend it on an annual basis to March 2022.

The opportunity to provide this service is open to all GP surgeries in Staffordshire. Please contact Chris Stanley ( chris.stanley@staffordshire.gov.uk) for further information. 

For further information contact:

Provision of oral emergency hormonal contraception in community settings in Staffordshire

This service provides free emergency contraception in community pharmacies. The current contract is held by Lloyds Pharmacy Ltd, who acts as a prime provider, subcontracting to individual pharmacies in 132 community pharmacies across Staffordshire. The contract is in place until March 2020.

Any community pharmacies based in Staffordshire who are not currently engaged in the scheme should contact Aimee Mulhern by email at Staffs-ehc@Celesio.co.uk     

Specialist drug and alcohol residential detoxification and support services in Staffordshire

This service provides residential detoxification and titration for drugs and alcohol.

The current contracts for residential detoxification and integrated community drugs and alcohol interventions end 31 March 2020. A new fully integrated service will commence 1 April 2020.

For further information please contact Angela Eley, Commissioning Manager at angela.eley@staffordshire.gov.uk

Integrated community adult drugs and alcohol interventions 

A community drug and alcohol services with subcontracting of adult residential rehabilitation service and young people’s specialist community drugs and alcohol service and intensive prevention support.

The current contracts for residential detoxification and integrated community drugs and alcohol interventions end 31 March 2020. A new fully integrated service will commence 1 April 2020.

For further information please contact Anthony Bullock, Senior Commissioning Manager at  Anthony.bullock@staffordshire.gov.uk 

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