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Physician Services for MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00001077690

Bid Title: Physician Services for MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility

Agency Bid No. Title: 415-1866-17

Received Date: 09/01/2017

Close Date: 09/13/2017

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Oregon

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By Optional 09/06/2017 03:00 PM


Specifications include, but are not limited to:The purpose of this solicitation is to contract with an experienced Contractor to provideconsistent quality physician services to the youth in close-custody at MYCF.OYA anticipates a combined total of approximately 32 hours per week, four (4) days per week,of primary care services to youth residing at MYCF. Services shall be provided in the medicalclinic located on the campus of MYCF.The regular shifts must be done within extended (7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.) business hours Mondaythrough Friday, except for State of Oregon recognized holidays. With prior authorization fromthe Contract Administrator or OYA facility staff, other shift hours may be considered. OYA nurses may contact Contractor for emergent on-call services, by phone, after hours. Phone callsshall be returned within 15 minutes of when the message was left by the OYA nurse.Agency anticipates that the services Contactor shall provide under the contract will include butnot be limited to the following, for youth referred to Contractor by Agency:1. Conduct intake health assessments and comprehensive physical exams within seven (7)calendar days of youths admission to MYCF, including testing for STDs and documentassessments in the electronic health record.2. Complete growth chart to determine appropriate growth and development.3. Develop and monitor individual treatment plans for youth, as appropriate. Providenutritional counseling and other health education, as needed.4. Provide preventive health care to include STD testing, education on nutrition and exercise,self-care, contraceptive counseling, and STD prevention.5. Perform minor surgical procedures (e.g., suturing) on site, when appropriate.6. Provide routine health care and periodic health exams. Evaluate, diagnose, and treatvarious medical illnesses and complaints when referred by MYCF nursing staff (normallyfollowing sick calls).7. Interpret EKGs.8. Review all medi-grams submitted by youth to ascertain that all complaints have beenaddressed. Issue direct orders, when appropriate, for treatment by MYCF nursing staff.9. Make referrals, when medically necessary and appropriate, to community specialists, andreview the community specialists reports and recommendations.10. Review and sign all lab work and radiology reports ordered for youth. Review medicalrecord at each visit to ascertain that all tests ordered on each youth have been completedand results reviewed. This includes reading electrocardiograms for youth who have beenprescribed psychotropic medications.11. Share appropriate medical information with other health care practitioners andcorrectional treatment managers, including medical consultation with the mental healthdepartment and completing special needs forms for youth who need additional assistancein school to facilitate learning.

Product Code: 94874

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of Oregon - Youth Authority

State: Oregon

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Teri Bledsoe 530 Center St NE, Suite 500, Salem, Oregon, 97301

Phone: 503-373-2358

Fax: 503-373-7921




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