One Brooklyn Health System’s (OBHS) Planning & Construction Division is soliciting proposals to provide Program Management Services for the planning, design, and construction of OBHS’s capital improvement projects. The Request for Proposal (RFP) is available in the "RFP Information" page on this website and advertised on the New York State Contract Reporter. OBHS intends to select a program management firm or team based on the information contained in responses to the RFP. OBHS will consider only those Proposers who are able to demonstrate compliance with the following minimum qualification requirements:
Submitted proposals shall thoroughly address all of the items listed in the RFP. Submittals that do not address all of the information outlined in Section D. Proposal Submittal Guidelines are considered incomplete and may not be subject to further evaluation. Proposals are required to include a copy of the firm’s fee proposal and staffing plan with electronic submittal. RFP responses from interested firms are due electronically via e-mail with subject F&C-CAPM-001 Proposal by June 27, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. ET. Please also submit five (5) physical copies of the RFP response to:Dona A. GreenSenior Vice President, Strategy/Project ManagementOne Brooklyn Health System, Inc.c/o Interfaith Medical Center1545 Atlantic AvenueBrooklyn, NY email@example.comWith the issuance of this RFP, vendors may not contact OBHS leadership or facilities staff directly regarding the RFP. All questions must be submitted via email with subject F&C-CAPM-001 Question to Dona Green by June 7, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. ET. Answers to qualifying questions will be posted on the NYS Contract Reporter no later than June 12, 2018.
One Brooklyn Health System, Inc. (OBHS) is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt corporation licensed under Article 28 of the Public Health Law. OBHS is the NYS Department of Health approved co-operator of Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center, Interfaith Medical Center and Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center.
OBHS seeks to preserve and enhance access to healthcare services in Brooklyn by coalescing the separate hospitals and their governed affiliates into a sustainable, quality integrated health system. In April 2016, the NYS Department of Health commissioned a feasibility study (The Brooklyn Study: Reshaping the Future of Healthcare) which proposed a roadmap or “Plan” to transform the healthcare delivery system in central and northeastern Brooklyn. The Transformation Plan proposed in the study has been adopted by OBHS.
In January 2018, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that OBHS was awarded $664 million in capital funding from the NYS Department of Health’s Health Care Facilities Transformation Program: Kings County project. The award represents a significant part of the Governor’s groundbreaking $1.4 billion “Vital Brooklyn” initiative that will address chronic social, economic and health disparities – and transform Central Brooklyn. The funding provides OBHS with approximately:
· $210 million to develop a 32-site ambulatory care network,
· $384 million for critical clinical and facility infrastructure improvements and
· $70 million to create an enterprise wide Health Information Technology Platform.
The OBHS mission, as adopted by its independent and unified Board of Trustees, is to provide greater access to high quality medical care and keep its communities healthy through an integrated care system that respects the diversity of our communities and addresses both the health needs and the unique factors that shape them.
OBHS is led by CEO, LaRay Brown. Ms. Brown also serves as President and CEO of Interfaith Medical Center. The COO of OBHS is Dominick Stanzione, who is also President and CEO, Brookdale Hospital Medical Center. The executive committee of the OBHS Board of Trustees for all three campuses includes:
· Alex Rovt, Ph.D., Board Chairperson
· Robert M. Waterman, D. Min, Board Vice Chairperson
· Henna White, Board Secretary/Treasurer