This Request for Information (RFI) was issued by Mayor Janey to gather ideas on how space in the Hyde Park Municipal Building could be used to improve access to health services in Hyde Park.
Community-based health services provide the foundation for health care access and, consequently, better health outcomes for most Boston residents. Whether through our robust community health center network or the hundreds of community-based organizations providing dedicated services to thousands of Bostonians, these efforts help to improve the health and well-being of many of our residents. Through this Request for Information, we are seeking ideas about how to best improve the health of Hyde Park residents while utilizing an important City asset in the neighborhood. These ideas can range from satellite community health centers to additional health programming as long as the primary goal is to enhance access to services that improve the health and wellbeing of Hyde Park’s residents.
The City has identified space in the Hyde Park Community Center as a location to be used to support and strengthen health services in the neighborhood. Situated in the heart of the neighborhood, this building has roughly 5,000 square feet available for build out. To support the conversion of this space to a center for health, the City has allocated up to $2 Million in its capital budget. This is a great opportunity to leverage the assets the City has available to make an impact on the health of this neighborhood.
Information collected through this RFI will inform a subsequent Request for Proposals (RFP). Through that RFP, the City will select a partner to support expanded health services in Hyde Park.
The response deadline is Monday, October 18, 2021, at 5 p.m. View the Request for Information to learn more: