Procurement Information

Hesse Rural Health aims to ensure that all procurement activities are conducted according to procedure in an open and fair manner, represent value for money and occur without bias, favour or prejudice.

Annual Procurement Activity Plan 2023-24

Hesse Rural Health is looking to develop long term partnerships with suppliers that are adaptable and innovative, who take accountability, and who can help deliver real and lasting value.

To effectively and efficiently procure goods and services across the organization to obtain the best value for money and economies of scale, Hesse Rural Health’s procurement activity plan is aligned with its priorities and strategies.

When sourcing goods and services from the market, Hesse Rural Health is committed to open, fair, and transparent sourcing processes.

This annual Procurement Activity Plan provides a summary of the major procurement activities in the non-salary area of organizational expenditure and provides potential suppliers with advanced knowledge of the likely procurements in this financial year.

The annual Procurement Activity Plan will be reviewed and updated as required, based on the best information available at the time of publication.

Category Description Contact Person Estimated Quarter
IT Systems Implementation Finance, Asset & Medication Management Nab Khoda Q4 23/24
Non-clinical Support Services Linen Service – Supply, delivery and laundering Nab Khoda Q4 23/24
Infrastructure ICT Upgrade Caisha Tanis Q4 23/24


All planned procurement activities are subject to revision or cancellation. The information in this annual Procurement Activity Plan is provided for planning purposes only and it does not present a solicitation or constitute a request for proposal, nor is it a commitment by Hesse Rural Health to purchase the described goods or services. There is no obligation to respond to or return any unsolicited bids received.


Hesse Rural Health strongly supports the Victorian Government’s initiatives in the Social Procurement Framework, Local Jobs First, Supplier Code of Conduct and the Federal Government’s Modern Slavery Act.

Suppliers are encouraged to make themselves familiar with these requirements when considering submitting tenders/quotes for any of the above procurement activities.  Further information can be found at:

Social Procurement Framework:

Local Jobs First:

Supplier Code of Conduct:

Modern Slavery Act:

Feedback is valued by Hesse as it helps us improve our policies, systems and service delivery. Please contact the Administration team should you wish to receive a copy of the health service’s procurement complaints policy on (03) 5267 1200 or