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PCTs seek supplier for 111 non-emergency services

20th March 2012

NHS trusts in north west England are looking for a company with the ability to support non-emergency phone services.

The NHS 111 non-emergency number is due to be in full national use by March next year and will offer people advice about non-critical health problems. NHS Shared Business Services Commercial Procurement Solutions has set up a tender for the work, which has been divided into four sections. The work will cover a three year period and has been valued as worth £40-60 million. 

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Article Information

Title: PCTs seek supplier for 111 non-emergency services
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 21434
Date Added: 20th Mar 2012

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