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RFP Community Health Centre Feasibility Study Deadline February 16

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Osoyoos Family Day Disco Skate on February 12

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The 2018 United Way Community Appreciation Celebration

RFP Community Health Centre Feasibility Study Deadline February 16

The Town of Osoyoos is seeking competitive proposals from qualified consultants to prepare a feasibility study (Study) relating to the development of a community health centre that will provide facilities for the delivery of health care services to the Osoyoos area and visitors. The Town of Osoyoos is a resort municipality with a 5,000 resident population and a “community “population nearing 7,000. The popularity of the community as a resort community sees the summer population swell to numbers near 20,000. The winter resident population is enhanced by approximately 1200 “snowbirds” that take residency for 2-6 months.  

The current local health care service are delivered through the following resources:

  • Family practitioners operating in 2 medical clinics. One clinic is under doctor ownership and lease to other doctors and the clinic functions from leased office space. Both clinics have daytime operating hours;
  • A Public Health Unit operated by Interior Health;
  • Hospital services and emergency care are provided in Oliver, 20 KM from Osoyoos;
  • Private practice- dentist, physio, chiropractic and massage clinics.
  • Mental Health- private and public
  • Medical laboratory
  • Other natural health practitioners

For purposes of this Study “community” is defined as the geographic areas including the Town of Osoyoos, Area “A” of the Regional District and local portions of the Osoyoos Indian Band.  

For purposes of this Study the “population” is defined as the community population plus the population that needs to be serviced as a result of tourism activities and winter snow birds.  

Proposal Documents are available electronically by CLICKING HERE and/or  BC Bid. The lowest or any proposal will not necessarily be accepted.  One (1) electronic copy should be received no later than 2:00 PM Pacific Standard Time, February 16, 2018 to the undersigned. 

Barry Romanko, CAO
Town of Osoyoos
Box 3010, 8711 Main Street
Osoyoos BC V0H 1V0
(T)  250.495.6515
(E)  bromanko@osoyoos.ca

Event date: 
Friday, 16 February, 2018
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Box 3010, 8707 Main Street
Osoyoos, BC V0H 1V0
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(T) 250.495.6515
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