Public Health commissioning contracts

Public Health commissions a number of services from approved providers. There is no award of guarantee of any specific business as a result of being on the Open Framework for the Provision of Public Health Services, and only those included on it will be eligible to supply the services. The anticipated duration of the framework is 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2024, with an option to extend for a period or periods not exceeding two years in total.

Current services being provided through the Open Framework for the Provision of Public Health Services

The following are currently being provided through the Open Framework for the Provision of Public Health Services. Hampshire County Council invites suitably experienced providers to apply to join the Open Framework for the provision of the following services:

  • NHS Health Checks
  • Hampshire County Council Eligible Staff Seasonal Flu Vaccination Offer
  • Level 2 Enhanced Sexual Health Services including Emergency Hormonal Contraception and Long-Acting Reversible Contraception

Open Framework for the Provision of Public Health Services

View the Open Framework approved list of providers (updated 23 September 2019) for details of providers who have successfully completed the procurement process. The list of providers is updated often. Please do not save it for future reference. Always visit this website to be sure you are checking the latest version.

How do I get on to the Open Framework for the Provision of Public Health Services?

New providers wishing to apply to join the Open Framework for the Provision of Public Health Services must apply through In-Tend, the County Council’s electronic tendering website. You will find this opportunity listed under the ‘tenders’ tab.

Applications can be made at any time up to 31 March 2024.

Reporting and management of Serious Incidents (SIRI) within Public Health Contracts

This document sets out the standard operating procedures (SOP) for Provider reporting and management of SIRI in public health and has been developed to reflect delivery of Hampshire County Council’s (HCC) and Isle of Wight Council’s (IWC) statutory duties following the Health and Social Care Act (2012).

These are operational from 1st October 2019 and should now be implemented.

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Public Health Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Serious Incidents Requiring Investigation (SIRI) Reporting by Providers