Doing Business with Shared Health
Thank you for supporting our efforts to source COVID-19 supplies. Your generous contributions and offers to help are greatly appreciated. To help serve you better and to fast-track your essential contribution or offers of help, please visit:
A government representative will determine all necessary steps to process your offer.
On behalf of our health care heroes, thank you again for your support.
- COVID-19 letter to vendors regarding non-medicals mask use at health facilities (Aug. 25, 2020)
- COVID-19 vendor facility visit information (Updated June 22, 2020)
- Requirements for utilization of agency staff and PPE reminder (March 12, 2020)
Shared Health Supply Chain’s responsibilities include acquiring all diagnostic imaging equipment along with lab equipment and related consumables for Manitoba’s five Regional Health Authorities. Supply Chain also fulfills the acute care, continuing care and facilities management contracting requirements of the Regional Health Authorities, except for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.
Shared Health utilizes the United Nations-recommended UN Model Procurement Law in the form of Non-Binding Negotiated (NBN) competitive bid documents. Not only is the NBN format non-binding, it is revocable and governed under the General Law of Contracts rather than Canadian Competitive Bid Law.
As a public sector entity, Shared Health is subject to the Canadian Free Trade Agreement, the Canada – European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement and the New West Partnership Trade Agreement.
For further information, please contact: