10-May-2022 Source: Manitoba Government
The Manitoba government is issuing a request for proposals (RFP) to improve medical aviation services and provide safe, timely, reliable and consistent care, Health Minister Audrey Gordon announced today.
“Our government is committed to enhancing critical care capacity in Manitoba and a modern medical aviation fleet is a vital component of this service,” said Gordon. “This request for proposals will ensure standardized and universal care among air ambulances, and help to build a more modern critical care service that supports the evolving needs of all Manitobans.”
The RFP includes long-term medical aviation services delivered via airplanes and helicopters Proponents may submit proposals for either or both of these services. The minister noted that the requirements set out under the RFP will support improved care and services to Manitobans by:
The RFP for these multi-year contracts (#28860A) has been posted to MERX at www.merx.com under an open tendering process. The deadline for submitting proposals is Sept. 9.