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William Harvey Hospital plays it safe with Paraid Medical

William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent, has updated its neo-natal care products to include additional bespoke incubator trolleys from specialist medical equipment manufacturer, Paraid Medical. Two custom-made paediatric and neonatal trolleys were purchased by the hospital to be used to…

Business boosted by machinery investment

Telford-based Paraid Textile Services has seen positive business growth since its £50,000 machinery investment which was purchased to strengthen business continuity through more in-house work. The company – specialists in the design and assembly of harnesses, straps and load restraints…

Paraid Medical supplies John Radcliffe Hospital

John Radcliffe Hospital recently entrusted Paraid Medical to supply their site with bespoke paediatric emergency equipment. After routine reviews of current paediatric equipment, the hospital selected Paraid Medical to update its hospital’s children’s equipment with a paediatric retrieval trolley.  The…

Paraid Medical supports Birmingham Children’s Hospital

Birmingham Children’s Hospital has enlisted Paraid Medical to supply bespoke medical transportation equipment which will be frequently used by its new Kids Intensive Care and Decision Support Service (KIDS) throughout hospitals in the West Midlands. Custom-made paediatric and neonatal trolleys…

US Air Ambulance service puts Paraid products onboard

American air ambulance service, Air Life, which provides emergency transport of critically-ill children in eight states has selected UK Paraid Medical manufacturer to supply their onboard child restraints. Air Life service transports over 2,000 patients a year and one fifth…

Paraid Medical enhances CEGA’s neo-natal capability

CEGA Air Ambulance has updated its onboard equipment with a Paraid Medical hi-tech aerosled for the specialist transport of critically-ill babies. After conducting routine equipment checks, the critical aviation emergency service which provides swift emergency transfers for patients throughout the…

Newborn neo-restraints ensure safe transfer

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Birmingham Women’s hospital, which serves as a regional referral centre for women in the West Midlands, has successfully introduced new Neo-Restraints for the safe transfer of sick and critically-ill babies. Birmingham Women’s Hospitals’ neonatal…