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CAPsource is the only national procurement program dedicated specifically to strategic sourcing for capital equipment. Our trusted and proven processes help healthcare facilities obtain maximum value for a wide range of products, while upholding fair, open and transparent sourcing practices that adhere to provincial and federal procurement regulations.
With more than two decades of expertise in leading large groups and negotiations, our proven processes and experienced negotiators drive the most effective outcome for each participating healthcare organization.
CAPsource Members always make their own purchasing decisions, and participate on a voluntary basis. We aggregate volume on a national scale and create a collaborative environment that provides the information needed for each organization to make the best decision possible.
St. Joseph’s Health System, Group Purchasing Organization (SJHS-GPO) originated in 1992 as a not-for-profit program and system-wide approach to supporting the needs of their three hospitals, two long term care facilities and home care organization. Over the years, SJHS-GPO has grown significantly and is now national in scope, representing over 400 healthcare facilities across Canada.
Today, we continue to unite healthcare industry stakeholders in the procurement of cost-effective capital equipment and food and nutrition solutions to put the needs of patients first. In doing so, we support the vision of St. Joseph’s Health System:
Living the Legacy: Compassionate Care. Faith. Discovery.
We provide unparalleled strategic sourcing of capital equipment and food and nutrition products, through two highly specialized, core offerings: CAPsource and MEALsource. Each program combines decades of experience with proven processes utilizing innovative technologies that meet the healthcare needs of today and tomorrow. You'll receive all the benefits of group purchasing, including information sharing, cost savings, and dedicated supp