Welcome to NHS Commercial Solutions
We are an NHS procurement organisation providing a range of services, including collaborative procurement, bid and tender support, supply chain improvements, e-enablement and bespoke projects. These services are funded by a combination of stakeholder subscriptions and consultancy charges based on day rates.
We have an excellent track record of delivering high quality commercial and procurement projects and have the expertise, knowledge and experience to provide support, advice and guidance to enable transformational project delivery. Working to gain maximum value from our customers' commercial spend, we secure and deliver a range of benefits including cash releasing savings, cost avoidance savings and quality and service improvements.
We have a team of qualified procurement professionals, with backgrounds across the public and private sectors, with the skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of the current economic climate in the NHS.
We have extensive experience of managing procurement projects through a process of category management involving frameworks and mini competitions. In addition, our experience in complex bespoke projects includes such processes as competitive dialogue.
Upcoming frameworks include:
- Pharmacy homecare
- Building business rates
- Orthopaedic equipment
Recent and current bespoke projects include:
- Procurement of a Blood Spot ‘Failsafe’ System for the UK National Screening Committee
- Pharmacy Services at HMP Send
- Procurement of practice management services for a Reigate GP surgery
- Procurement support for the tender of mid-Surrey community health services
We are hosted by Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. We are a member of the NHS Commercial Alliance, a strategic partnership between collaborative procurement organisations that is designed to step up delivery and improve services to customers.
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