DHA picks 36 small firms for $7.5B health care staffing contract

The Defense Health Agency chooses 36 small businesses for a five-year, $7.5 billion health care staffing contract.

The Defense Health Agency has selected 36 companies for a five-year, $7.5 billion contract to provide health care workers at U.S. military facilities in all 50 states.

DHA competed the contract as a small business set-aside and awardees will vie for task orders over its duration. The Defense Department said in its Tuesday contracts digest that work will also take place in Washington, D.C., Guam and Puerto Rico.

Awardees will provide physicians, nurses, dental and other health care staffers to support medical workers for Army, Navy, Air Force and DHA military treatment facilities.

Work will take place between Dec. 1 of this year and Nov. 20, 2022.

Winners are

  • Akahi InGenesis Partners
  • Aliron International
  • American Hospital Services Group
  • AMG Healthcare Services
  • Angel Staffing
  • Catalyst Professional Services
  • CentralCare
  • Concentric Methods
  • Decypher Technologies
  • Dependable Health Services
  • Dilligas’ U.S. Got People
  • Distinctive Health Spectrum Care JV
  • Donald L Mooney Enterprises’ Nurse’s Etc Staffing
  • Enterprise Resource Planning International
  • Federal Staffing Resources
  • Frontline National
  • GiaMed Alliance JV
  • Global Consulting International
  • Global Dynamics
  • Locum’s MEDSTAFF National Medical Staffing
  • Luke & Associates
  • Magnificus
  • Magnum Opus Technologies
  • Matrix Providers
  • OMV Medical
  • Platinum Business
  • Potomac Healthcare Solutions
  • Quality Staffing Solutions
  • QuarterLine Consulting Services
  • ReadiForce Government Solutions
  • Saratoga Medical Center
  • Spectrum Services Group
  • The Arora Group
  • The Royster Group
  • Vesa Health & Technology
  • Vighter Medical Group