company was established in 1977 by Patrick (Tom) Brady as a sales arm to a
sister company Portsmouth Surgical Equipment Ltd which manufactured patient
trollies and stainless steel theatre furniture.
The company has grown it's
product lines and is now (July 2014) an established medical technology company who designs,
manufactures and supplies operating theatre equipment to hospitals in the UK and
From 1979 the company was based in a small space at the back of what was
Sparky's Video shop on Queensway, then moving to the old Salvation Army Citadel
/ WW11 food kitchen on Wells Road in 1984.
In 1993 the untimely passing of Patrick Brady was a huge loss to the company,
the staff and client base, he is still sorely missed. Andrew Curtin took over,
he had joined the business in 1983.
Due to the growth of the company it was moved again in 2000 to occupy the then
vacant Denso site on Queensway, now, due to increasing staff numbers and the
need to expand office space Anetic Aid has purchased a site on the new Buck Lane
development in Baildon.
The move is planned for late 2014/ early 2015, the
current site has been bought by Stonebridge, 14 homes will be built on the
The staff photo was taken in 2001, from left to right are :
Bentham, Ilkley, Alan Baxter, Yeadon & retired, Ben Miles,
ex-Rawdon now County Mayo & no longer with Anetic Aid, Andrew
Curtin, Rodley, Lisa Farley, Cookridge, Steve Sutcliffe, Horsforth
& no longer with Anetic Aid, Alex
Clarke, Saltaire, Mike Pritchett, Oakhanger Chesire, Mark Lee,
Guiseley, Neil Child, Bromley and Richard Lill, Darlington.