Expression of Interest | Provisioning & Funding Model for Hospital Accommodation | Western Cape Government

Expression of Interest | Provisioning & Funding Model for Hospital Accommodation

(Western Cape Government)

Western Cape Government Health is investigating the possibility of cost-effective and accelerated procurement models for much-needed hospital facilities and accommodation.

The provisioning and funding model should provide for either or both of the following facilities - distinguished separately:

  1. A 140-bed Mossel Bay Hospital
  2. A 360-bed Helderberg Hospital

The model among others should include:

  1. The provision for or the right of use of suitable land on which to locate the facility.
  2. The design and construction of a modern, environmentally considerate hospital facility, including all fixtures and IT connectivity, as well as the overall maintenance of the facility.
  3. No medical equipment and furniture which would be provided by the department.
  4. A gross area of 85 square meters per bed.
  5. Please state all other assumptions.

The following must be considered:

  • Provincial Gazette, 187/2001 - Regulations governing private hospitals establishments
  • Public Finance Management Act, National Treasury Regulations and Treasury Regulation 16
Reference Number:KB/08/2013
Closing Date:Friday, 30 August 2013
Address for |
Information Session:2 August 2013, 13:00 - Lentegeur Hospital, Conference Centre.
For further details:Michael Manning |


Responses in A4 format and within a maximum of 10 pages must include a description of the provisioning and funding model with a suggested monthly fee - Rand per month per square meter.The envisaged occupation is to start 1 June 2017 at the latest.

Please note: Submissions received will not be regarded as an offer to render the above services and the Department is under no obligation to respond to or consider the submissions received.

  1. Public Update: 2nd December 2013
  2. Public Update: 10th February 2014
  3. Public Update: 13th May 2014


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