El Salvador Tenders Medical Supplies

The Ministry of Health tenders provision of medical supplies in 2011 for the Benjamin Bloom National Hospital.

Friday, January 21, 2011

In addition to supplying products for treatment and care (syringes, cotton swabs, needles, entry equipment, etc.), it shall provide installation, training and technical assistance for the equipment supplied.

Estimated date for submission of tenders is February 14, 2011.

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El Salvador Tenders Medical Supplies for 2012

October 2011

The National Hospital Dr. Jorge Mazzini Villacorta in Sonsonate, is putting out to tender the daily delivery of medical supplies for the year 2012.

According to the specifications published in the module for Government Purchases in El Salvador, the tender is for the supply of products for the treatment and patient care (cotton swabs, basins, bedpans and urinals, admission kits, electrotherapy equipment, injection and aspiration needles, syringes and accessories, hand rails and accessories, etc..).

Nicaragua Launches Tender for Medical Supplies

February 2011

The Ministry of Health will purchase medical equipment and supplies for 2011.

The bidding rules specifies 217 medical supplies, including quantities, location and timing for deliveries.

The expected date for reception of offers is March 18, 2011, and the the approval meeting for bidding terms and conditions will take place on February 18th, 2011.

Salvadoran Hospital Invites Bids for Medical Supplies

December 2010

The Hospital Juan José Fernández put out to tender its medical supplies requirements for the year 2011.

The bidding rules detail the required supplies and treatment products for patient care, such as cotton swabs, basins, bed pans and urinals, revenue equipment, electrotherapy, injection and suction needles, syringes and accessories, attachments and accessories, etc.

Costa Rica: Medical Supplies for $ 1.3 Million

October 2010

The Social Security Fund put out to tender the purchase of 2.7 million disposable syringes from 10 to 12cc.

Delivery should be made within a 3 month interval.

The first delivery should be for 900,000 units, additional deliveries should be made according to need and with 2 month advance notice. If the administration does not give 2 months notice the goods will be included in pending deliveries.

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