RFP: PROVIDE HEALTH CARE SERVICES At the Brunswick County Jail

04.02.2018

Each organization submitting a proposal (“Proposer”) must assure receipt by Brunswick County of one original proposal and one duplicate not later than 5:00 p.m. local time, Thursday, April 20, 2018.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)
TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE SERVICES
At the Brunswick County Jail
In Bolivia, North Carolina
March 27, 2018

 

The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners requests proposals for a comprehensive, health care delivery system at the Brunswick County Detention Center, located at 70 Stamp Act Dr. in Bolivia, North Carolina. This facility (the “Jail”) houses both male and female detainees and some sentenced inmates, generally having sentences of less than 3 months. The average daily population of the Jail over the past 12 months has been 365, and the average length of stay for inmates is 90 days or less. There are a total of 440 beds including 80 female and 28 segregation beds. The proposal should be based on an average daily population of 365 for the next year.

To be considered a valid proposal, each organization submitting a proposal (“Proposer”) must assure receipt by Brunswick County of one original proposal and one duplicate at the following address not later than 5:00 p.m. local time, Thursday, April 20, 2018:

Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office
Attn: Capt. Mark Trull
P.O. Box 9
Bolivia, N.C. 28422
Phone: 910-253-2756 (for delivery)

It is the intent of Brunswick County to award a health care contract for a one-year term beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019. Brunswick County intends to include in the contract a right to automatically extend the term of the contract for additional one-year terms, provided such extensions are in the best interests of the parties.
Brunswick County reserves the right to reject, in whole or in part, any and all proposals received by reason of this Request for Proposals (RFP). Brunswick County will not pay for any information herein requested, nor will Brunswick County be responsible for any costs incurred by the Proposer. All proposals shall become the property of Brunswick County upon submission. Brunswick County reserves the right to negotiate the final price subsequent to the submission of proposals, from the selected qualified Proposers.

Questions concerning this RFP and any request to tour the facility must be directed to:

Capt. Mark Trull
Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office
70 Stamp Act Dr.
Bolivia, N.C. 28422
910-253-2756

The selection of a winning Proposer for contract will be made using the following three-step process:

1. In order to be initially selected, the Proposer(s) must meet the “Minimum Qualifications of the Proposers” as included in this RFP, and their proposal must satisfy both the “Mandatory Requirements For All Proposals” and the “Objectives of the RFP”, also contained in this RFP.

2. After the conditions outlined in #1 are met, Proposer(s) will be ranked based on the quality of the response to this RFP, experience in jails of like size and complexity, price, and references.

3. One or more of the Proposers may be invited to make oral presentations to a selection committee or to the Commissioners, or to answer questions.

If a final award is made, such award will be made to the Proposer who meets the above stated selection sequences and is judged best able to provide a health care delivery system at the Jail.

Proposals which do not meet the mandatory requirements will be considered non-compliant and rejected. After the evaluation of the proposals and the selection of the successful contractor, all Proposers will be notified in writing of the selected firm.

View the full RFP here.