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Request for Qualifications for Professional Services for a Project Director to Guide the County in a RFP Process for a Health Provider for Pender Memorial Hospital, RFQ # 220711-229

Pender County owns Pender Memorial Hospital in Burgaw, NC along with the Certificates of  Need (CON). Pender County currently has an agreement with Novant (formerly New Hanover Regional Medical Center) to manage day-to-day operations of Pender Memorial Hospital and additional related services in and around Burgaw.  Pender County is seeking statements of qualifications related to professional services.  These services are needed to assist in determining the feasibility and appropriateness of pursuing an RFP for a Health Provider for the County hospital.  The ultimate outcome is for this Project Director to help Pender County in the establishment of selection criteria, the identification of viable Health Care Entities that can be targeted for pursuit, collection and review of Proposals from these same Health Care Entities, Evaluation of these Entities against selection criteria and then providing recommendation to Board of County Commissioners.  The selected provider must be able to start services on or before June of 2023, when the current contract expires.  Lastly, this Director will also be key in leading execution of transition to this new Health care provider based on the timeline summited in their proposal.

Click here to view the complete Request for Qualifications # 220711-229.  Questions on this project must be submitted in writing to  by July 25th, 2022 at 5pm.  The deadline for Statements of Qualifications is 12 noon on August 1st, 2022. 

Addendum 1 – Questions and Answers can be viewed here.

Statement of Qualifications should be sent to:

By Mail:  PO Box 5, Burgaw, NC  28425, Clearly mark RFQ # 220711-229

By Courier:  805 S. Walker Street, Burgaw, NC  28425, Clearly mark RFQ # 220711-229

By email:

Pender County reserves the right to reject any/all submissions.

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