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The Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority is seeking Requests for Proposals to study the feasibility of two major medical operations in the region. They involve a new regional trauma center and an academic medical center. You can read the RDA's full Request for Proposals packet by clicking here.
September 24, 2013
CROWN POINT, Ind. - The Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority ("RDA") is accepting proposals from one or more Contractor(s) to prepare a feasibility study regarding the need for a trauma center in Northwest Indiana and a feasibility study on an academic medical center in Northwest Indiana.
In accordance with Indiana statute, IC 36-7.5-5, the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority, must investigate and study 1.) whether the statistical profile of injuries annually sustained by the population of Northwest Indiana justifies the placement of one (1) or more trauma centers in Northwest Indiana and, if so, what the appropriate levels of the trauma centers should be to care for those injuries, in terms of the trauma center rating system of the American College of Surgeons and 2.) the feasibility of developing an academic medical center in Northwest Indiana. Click here to view the RFP in its entirety.
Please submit your proposal to Sherri Ziller, Chief Operating Officer, RDA, firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, October 25, 2013, 3:00 p.m. CDT.
More information can be found on the RDA's website, www.in.gov/rda.
Source: Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority