Business Services: Property and FM

The East of England NHS Collaborative Procurement Hub's Business Services offering is separated into three categories that support the day-to-day operation of NHS organisations: ICT, Property and Facilities Management and Corporate. 

The Business Services categories support Hub members at a local, regional and national level, ensuring compliance with legislation, professional regulations and best practice requirements such as statutory audit, counter fraud services and managed teleradiology reporting. 

Business Services covers a wide range of complex services, including governance, coaching, leadership, organisational growth and patient care pathway development, both for individual organisations and in collaboration between health and social care service providers.  

Services offered under these categories are aimed at ensuring that our members understand and are able to deliver the goals and improvements set out under the NHS Long Term Plan.

Frameworks and dynamic purchasing systems included in Business Services portfolio are ideal for wide scale contracting and collaboration; these include linen and laundry, waste and recycling as well as clinical managed services such as teleradiology reporting.  The Hub can provide knowledgeable support resources to help STPs and other member collaboration initiatives achieve best in class outcomes.

property and FM


Property and FM 

NHS Improvement has put a considerable focus on estates and facilities elements in trusts, particularly regarding running costs and the use of square metre footprint to ensure the NHS has fit for purpose premises whilst minimising expenditure.

Through our partnerships with the other NHS procurement hubs, the Hub is able to offer a substantial portfolio of Property and FM services including service and maintenance activities for property, managed services for estates and facilities and professional consultancy services for risk management. 

Click here to see the full list of Business Services: Property and FM frameworks and dynamic purchasing systems. 

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