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As part of the MPHN commissioning role, Tenders, or Requests for Proposals, or Expression of Interest documents will be released periodically for the delivery of primary health care programs or services.

Details for each tender, including instructions and method of lodgement, can be accessed through MPHN’s Tenderlink e-Procurement portal. If you register with our e-Procurement portal you will automatically be notified whenever a relevant tender opportunity is released by MPHN

Please click on this link to access the portal:

Current tenders: 

Call for Expressions of Interest: At Home Palliative Care Multidisciplinary Telehealth Trial

MPHN is pleased to call for Expressions of Interest from General Practices within the Border, Riverina and Western Sectors of MPHN to participate in the At Home Palliative Care Multidisciplinary Telehealth Trial.

The multidisciplinary telehealth trial will be targeting the three rural sectors of MPHN to improve equity of access to at-home palliative care support for those in more remote locations of these regions. Six General Practices are being sought to facilitate the conversation within their community to design and implement the trial.

To apply, please complete the Expression of Interest Response Form and send to

EOIs close 3.00pm, Monday 3 September 2018. Successful applicants will be notified by 10 September 2018.

Please see the Guidance Document and Response Form 

Psychosocial support for people with severe mental illness

Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network are pleased to announce a new funding opportunity for the provision of psychosocial supports across the Murrumbidgee region for people with severe mental illness.

Psychosocial support is defined as "support and services that are purchased to work in partnership with individuals who are not more appropriately funded through the NDIS and are significantly affected by severe mental illness, which has an impact on their associated psychosocial functional capacity. These services, in partnership with families and carers (as appropriate), provide a range of non-clinical community based support to these individuals to achieve their recovery goals" (National Psychosocial Support Working Groups, 2017)

The funding will be for people with severe mental illness who are not eligible for assistance through the NDIS, and who are not receiving psychosocial services through programs such as Partners In Recovery (PIR), Day to Day Living (D2DL) or the Personal Helpers and Mentors Program (PHaMs).

Save the date - Workshop Event

MPHN will be hosting a conversation around the proposed service model and to workshop with attendees more broadly about what a service model could look like.

Date: Friday 24 August 2018
Time: 10:00am-1:00pm
Venue: MPHN Conference Room
1/185 Morgan Street
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650

The workshop is open to any interested service providers and people with a lived experience. 

Teleconference and webinar facilities are also available if you are unable to attend in person. Please see web link and dial in details below:

Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) - a headset is strongly recommended. Or, call in using your telephone:
Australia: 02 8355 1020
Access Code: 666-626-645
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting
Meeting ID:666-626-645

MPHN anticipates going to market with a Request for Proposals in September with the rollout of services to commence by 1 January 2019. 

To RSVP to the workshop (including via webinar) please contact Janelle Dufty, or phone (02) 6923 3180