Turkey seeks consultants to assess VfM methodology of hospitals

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Turkey seeks consultants to assess VfM methodology of hospitals

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has issued an invitation for expression of interest (IEOI) of consultants interested in assessing the value for money (VfM) methodology of the Turkish Hospital Facilities Management PPP Framework.

The consultants will support the Turkey's Ministry of Health (MoH) in preparing and delivering in accordance with best international practice a large scale hospital facilities management PPP programme covering up to 60 facilities across Turkey for total investment costs of EUR 12 billion.

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) intends to provide debt and equity financing for up to 8 hospital facilities management projects, each with a different concessionaire and a range of sponsors.

Consultants will provide support to MoH to develop and train a core group of MoH staff who will form the monitoring function. Consultants shall perform the following key tasks:

  • Review design effectiveness of PPP monitoring enits internationally and applications for Turkey;
  • Set up the PPP monitoring unit team;
  • Contract administration/managing service performance;
  • Systems for PPP compliance management;
  • Presentation of proposed PPP unit guidance document to the MoH and initial feedback;
  • Refinement of draft proposed PPP unit guidance document/final presentation

The assignment is expected to start in 1Q 2015 and has an estimated overall duration of six months. The maximum budget available for the assignment is €400,000 million (US$499.240).

Interested parties must submit their expressions of interest on 5 January 2015.



The healthcare system in Turkey is being developed under the Health Transformation Program which was initiated in 2003. Within the scope of the Health Transformation Program, the Ministry of Health  has planned to develop 30 Health Campuses in 22 provinces to serve 29 health regions among Turkey.

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