Healthcare UK is inviting companies to take part in a major opportunity for a supply partnership with the Indo UK Institutes of Health medical city development programme.
The Indo-UK Institute of Health (“IUIH”) programme is one of the world’s largest healthcare initiatives currently underway. It aims to partner with key NHS providers to transform the provision of quality healthcare and medical education services across India. The IUIH programme is owned and developed in whole by UK Global Healthcare Limited (UGH), a private company incorporated in the United Kingdom and will operate across India.
The vision is to provide an integrated approach to healthcare across India by partnering with the best organisations in research, education, manufacturing and healthcare delivery. The goal is to bring healthcare to India which is Affordable, Available and Accountable Healthcare for All.
UGH’s immediate objective is to build the first phase of each of 11 hospitals, which will deliver a wide reach and patient catchment area for the IUIH Medicities and its suppliers.
The partnership would involve a long-term Supply Contract with Indo UK Healthcare Private Ltd (a company incorporated and registered in India Corporate Identification Number U85100PB2014PTC038944) governing the overarching principles of the company’s participation with an exclusive or semi-exclusive supply of equipment, goods and related services across the entire IUIH Programme and an Equipment and Services Supply Agreement for each IUIH Medicity for the specific supply of the agreed equipment and services for the individual hospital for up to 20 years.
The specialities covered are shown in the diagram below (excluding Radiology, Oncology, Radiology, Cardiology, Sutures, Mesh & Endo Mech which are being procured separately).
Eligibility criteria for companies are outlined below:
- suppliers of medtech and medical equipment from companies with
- a strong UK footprint
- world class medical/clinical standards
- ability to compete economically on both price and service in India and
- appetite/ability to build up and service the business overseas directly (i.e. not a distributor model)
Companies are invited to confirm their interest and contact details to Louise.Smith@trade.gsi.gov.uk by 6 November. Suitable companies will be contacted by IUIH over the next few weeks. With any queries, please contact madhukar.bose@trade..gov.uk.