Continence Care & Home Delivery

Joshua Cooper made this Freedom of Information request to Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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Dear Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust,

I am hoping you will be able to assist me, I would like to know:

1. Who is currently providing the Continence Home Delivery

2. How long is the contract and when is it due for renewal?

3. How much is the Home Delivery Contract worth?

3. How many community continence patients are there in the Trust?

4. How many own home and residential home are patients are there in
the Trust?

5. Where is the Continence Service based?

6. Which purchasing framework do you work with?

7. Please can you give me the details of the department in charge
of procurement for the Home Delivery Continence Contract?

Yours faithfully,

Joshua Cooper


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Thank you for your FOI enquiry regarding continence care provision.
The trust does not hold the information requested as we do not provide this type of service from the acute setting. It would be a contract held by local community health services or facilities.

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