2020-21 Engineering Infrastructure Replacement Program and the 2020-21 Medical Equipment Replacement Program
The Engineering Infrastructure Replacement Program provides funding for replacement of prioritised highest critical risk capital plant items and essential engineering infrastructure that are at the end of their effective lives and used for acute services in public hospitals across Victoria.
The Medical Equipment Replacement Program provides funding for replacement of prioritised highest critical risk capital medical equipment that are at the end of their effective lives and used for acute services in public hospitals across Victoria.
In-scope replacement medical equipment items and engineering infrastructure are available to reduce risk to patients, healthcare workers and to service availability for metropolitan and rural health services and includes statewide Public Health Reference Laboratory equipment.
High Value Statewide Replacement Fund
Engineering Infrastructure and Medical Equipment (in-scope submissions greater than $300,000 excluding GST).
Applications are via an on-line form and should be lodged through the SmartyGrants portal:
The application form must be completed in its entirety. Further information and supporting documentation should be provided as attachments to the application form (templates attached to this website - Service Demand and Utilisation for all medical equipment, Statement of Requirements for selected medical imaging equipment, life cycle costings for projects $1 million and over).
Applications close 8 February 2021.
regarding completion of the on-line form can be obtained through reviewing the help guide for
at SmartyGrants, or contacting SmartyGrants
via their email address (firstname.lastname@example.org
) or calling (03) 9320 6888
For assistance regarding the funding programs please contact email@example.com.
Asset management accountability framework
The Victorian Government’s requirements for asset management are outlined in the Asset management accountability that was introduced in February 2016 to assist agencies to optimise their asset holdings and support delivery of services for Victoria.
Medical equipment asset management framework
The Medical equipment asset management framework presents the foundation business practice to plan and manage medical equipment to achieve efficient, effective and safe service operation of medical equipment.
Based on the asset lifecycle (record and maintain asset information > plan > acquire > operate > dispose), the framework will assist health services manage their assets. The framework:
- supports risk management and financial planning using a consistent and structured approach
- informs preparation of asset management plans (medical equipment and other assets)
- positions health services to best plan, acquire, operate and dispose of medical equipment
The practices applied in the framework can be generally applied to all asset classes.
The framework comprises two parts:
- Part A has key features for management.
- Part B has details for users, practitioners and decision-makers.
The framework is supported by a companion Part C document that contains web-based tools, information sheets, templates, checklists, and packages to assist the framework implementation.
For information on procurement please refer to the Health Purchasing Victoria .
If you are a member of the public and need information on aids and equipment please see the department's Individual support webpage.