VIHA seeks Port Hardy clinic space

PORT HARDY-Health authority posts request for proposal for temporary space under Local Working Group initiative

PORT HARDY—The Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA) has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to lease temporary clinic space in the Port Hardy area.

VIHA is reviewing long-term options for clinic space in the Port Hardy area as part of the Mount Waddington Health Services Stabilization Local Working Group initiative.

In the interim, VIHA requires approximately 2,000 square feet of temporary clinic space. The RFP list of preferred rooms and function areas for the clinic includes: a reception area, waiting area for approximately eight people, approximately six exam rooms, staff support area, staff break area, storage areas and washrooms.

Occupancy is desired as soon as possible with preference for move-in ready space that requires minimal or no leasehold improvements. VIHA acknowledges that existing available rental space may not meet all the requirements listed in the RFP. Proponents should note variations from the requirements.

The RFP is posted on the BCBID website, www.bcbid.ca  (Posting # O13-RFP-594). The RFP closes on March 1, 2013.

 

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