Introducing Skali, a one-of-a-kind platform dedicated to providing healthcare services to underserved areas where access to clinicians is often limited. Our primary focus is ensuring prompt medical response for our members with just a touch of a button. Equipped with a team of skilled clinicians, we prioritize stabilizing you on the spot by leveraging our onboard resources. At Skali, our mission is to make timely medical assistance easily accessible, precisely when it is needed the most.
Our Purpose is to provide
passenger-centric excellent care, along with the expertise of physicians in order to wholly treat a sick person.
We make access to medical assistance easier, when needed the most. Augmenting existing channels by providing assistance to individuals, while awaiting professional medical care.
Hear from our parnters!
This is an intriguing concept and product that has a lot of promise. We have spent a lot of money in the past on airborne medical support. After three years of subscription, while on a positioning flight I decided to test the process as we had been trained. I simply say it didn’t work at all. I was only a crew member on this test flight and so I did not observe the entire process firsthand, I was completely impressed when those conducting the test were immediately in contact with ground based medical personnel immediately on what I had found previously to be a very unreliable air-to-ground Wi-Fi system. Very Impressive!
Orion Air Motive
Director of Operations
This is a giant leap into the future
I love the idea of having on demand access to a doctor, especially with COVID still lingering in the background.
Aviation sector expert specializing in inflight connectivity & entertainment, CAA regulations & approvals, aircraft engineering, and aviation software dev & technology.
Chief Architect and Advisor
Chief Executive Officer
Accomplished medical technology professional with 10+ years experience specifically in Healthcare IT and EMR implementations.
Dr. Poylin is a gastrointestinal and oncologic surgeon as well as clinical director for global development at Northwestern Medicine.
Major airline pilot with over 5500 flight hours. Military veteran with extensive operations and aviation experience