After recently completing a competitive tendering exercise MWGM have been successful in winning a contract with Community Health Partnerships.
Community Health Partnerships (formerly Partnerships for Health) is a Department of Health (DoH) owned company in the United Kingdom. Its role is to set up public-private partnerships to invest in new healthcare facilities in England via the NHS Local Improvement Finance Trust (LIFT) programme.
The company was established in 2001 as Partnerships for Health (PfH), a joint venture between the DoH and Partnerships UK. In December 2006, the DoH acquired the full shareholding of PfH and it was renamed Community Health Partnerships in November 2007.
Its current portfolio is over 300 buildings which directly benefit the public by offering modern, well designed health care facilities. These range from NHS Foundation Trusts, GPs, Dentists, Pharmacies amongst others.
This new multi-site contract will help strengthen our presence in the north west London area, and we are looking forward to starting to work with CHP within the next few weeks.