Timmins, ON- The Timmins and District Hospital is looking to partner with a private sector provider to deliver Sleep Lab services as efficiently as possible. This type of partnership is not uncommon in Ontario and TADH has issued an RFP to determine if there is an interest in this type of partnership.
“The date for submission of proposals for the operation of a Sleep Lab Clinic closed on March 26, 2018. Immediately following the closing date, the evaluation team will move into their work of evaluating the submitted proposals to reach a decision on a successful proponent. It is expected that the evaluation and the required interaction and negotiation with the successful proponent will be completed within 6 – 8 weeks following the closing date,” said Bryan Bennetts, Chief Financial Officer.
“This is an important program in our community and in this region. The RFP will allow us to look at some options for a Timmins-based solution that continues to offer quality care for people who might benefit from Sleep Lab services,” said TADH Chair Maggie Matear.
The Timmins and District Hospital (TADH) is a level B, fully accredited community, referral and teaching hospital serving the residents of the City of Timmins and Cochrane District as well as the adjoining areas of the Temiskaming, Sudbury and Algoma districts. The hospital offers a full range of medical, surgical, critical care, maternity, newborn, pediatric, mental health and diagnostic imaging services.