Chronic Pain Management Service - Provider Framework

Planned Care

North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (NELCCG) hereby invites applications from suitably qualified and experienced providers to be incorporated onto a Framework to provide a local Pain Management service for a 3 [three] year period.

The key aim and objective of the service will be to treat patients within a multidisciplinary model and have access to a range of disciplines and interventions that can deal with the physical, psychological and social needs of patients with chronic pain.

The provider must ensure that services are provided in an environment that promotes access and ensures a safe and equitable service.  This includes ensuring that there is adequate privacy and confidentiality.

The provider must also demonstrate how it plans to enhance partnerships and provide an integrated service that works across agencies within North East Lincolnshire, providing a seamless approach. 

The intention of NELCCG is to award a number of contracts under a framework agreement which will allow the provider to be registered on the CCG local E-referral system and be a nominated provider for delivery.

Further information is included in the Memorandum of Information

Link -  Memorandum of Understanding - Pain Management

To request a tender pack, interested parties should email

Completed submissions must be received by 12 noon on Friday 26th February 2016

Chronic Pain Management -  Framework Tender - Question & Answers 

A question and answer process will run until 19th February 2016

Questions and responses as well as any amendments to the documents or process will be published on this webpage. Providers are asked to regularly check for updated responses.

Questions or queries should be submitted to:

Questions should be submitted using the Q&A Template provided at Annex C of the MOI