Details for ADVERTISEMENT FOR RESPONSE TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR RESPONSE TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
Chambers County seeks to hire a medical director through a RFQ process in order to enter into a Professional Services Agreement as the Medical Director for the County's Emergency Medical Services.
Proposals will be accepted from individuals and firms with the necessary expertise and experience. All correspondence and communications regarding this procurement should be submitted by email to: George Barrera, Chambers County Purchasing Agent, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The individual above may be contacted for clarification of the specifications only. No authority is intended or implied that specifications may be amended or alterations accepted prior to solicitation opening without written approval from Chambers County. All questions regarding this RFQ must be submitted by email before 2:00 pm November 25, 2019.
RFQ Responses must be submitted and received by 2:00 P.M. on December 4, 2019.
Sealed responses should be hand-delivered or delivered via USPS, UPS, or Fedex to 404 Washington Ave, Anahuac TX 77514. All submittals should be address to:
George Barrera-Purchasing Agent Chambers County RFQ for EMS Medical Director Services 404 Washington Ave
Anahuac, TX 77514
Qualifications received after the deadline will NOT be accepted.
A detailed "Request for Qualifications" may be obtained from the Chambers County Purchasing Office via email at: email@example.com or by calling 409-267-2448.
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