Letter From Our Chairman

"Who needs SkyMed?"

The simple answer is... anyone who travels more than 100 air miles from their home as a vacationer, business traveler, timeshare owner, and North America's burgeoning number of recreation vehicle owners would gain peace of mind from SkyMed TAKES YOU HOME.

Should a critical illness or injury occur while traveling, a SkyMed membership takes you home. If you're ill or injured, home -- or your hometown hospital--is where you and your family need to be.

Our definition of home is simple: Home is where you say it is. When struck by the unexpected, our service takes you home.

Some companies try to imitate SkyMed, but have yet to duplicate SkyMed's services. The competition's fine print mentions where they will take you and, chances are, you'll already be in the closest appropriate hospital! By the time you can call from the hospital, our competition has little help to offer. That is the exact time that our benefits begin!

The Survivor Stories on this web site will tell you that we do not fail members in need!

Our services encompass the USA, Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, the Caribbean, and the Bahamas. When but 100 miles from home, our members are protected. Dare to compare our product with its competition, and you will discover the superiority of SkyMed TAKES YOU HOME.

Will Klein
SkyMed Group of Companies

Short Term Plans

For weekenders and casual travelers, SkyMed has daily plans as low as $11 a day!

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Annual Plans

Frequent travelers or business
travelers have year round
Peace of Mind!

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Expatriate Plans

Living in Mexico?
SkyMed’s XPat Plans
bring you home.

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SkyMed has been offering premium medical emergency evacuation memberships since 1989, organizing air evacuations literally all over the world under almost every kind of circumstance. But you don’t have to take our word for it: read how our services have provided safety, savings and peace of mind directly from our SkyMed members.

Maralyne Hoenes

South Haven, MI


I became very weak while on vacation in Cancun. I went to the hospital where they checked my blood and discovered my hemoglobin levels were only 1/3 of normal. I called my hemotologist in Kalamazoo, MI who said I needed to get a transfusion to stabilize my condition and then get home.

When we called SkyMed, Jim was very helpful and professional. Everything about my air evacuation from Cancun to Michigan was prompt and friendly, and I was very pleased.

We have recommended SkyMed to all of our friends who travel. If it weren’t for SkyMed, I wo[...more]

Gilbert Molnar

Vancouver, BC


My wife and I were on board the Carnival Glory Cruise Ship near Cozumel, Mexico, when around 2:00 a.m. I had a heart attack. My wife called 911 on the ship and they had to revive me and put me on oxygen. They kept me stable and by 9:00 a.m. I was taken by ambulance to the Cozumel Medical Center.

When we got there the Medical Center wanted $25,000 up front; my wife gave them $5,000 using our credit card but the clinic said that was not enough. My wife then phoned my daughter and son-in-law and they came up with $15,000; the clinic settled for $20,000.

At the[...more]

Ronald Harding

Ontario, CA


After catching a cold in February of 2015 I developed chronic shortness of breath to the point where I was terrified to fall asleep at night because I would stop breathing in my sleep and would wake up choking. This happened night after night and I finally drove myself to the ER at The Villages Regional Hospital at 6:00 a.m., completely exhausted. They admitted me and ran several tests and the cardiovascular doctor told me I had severe heart damage and may have had a heart attack or two and would run more tests. He also said I had fluid on my lungs and an abnormal heart beat, high blood pre[...more]

Del & Luann Larson

Moorehead, MN


In March of 2014 my wife and I were on our way back to Minnesota from our winter vacation in Tucson and stopped in Mesa due to an electrical problem. The next evening my wife Luann wasn’t feeling well and went to bed early, only to be awakened around midnight with chest pains. Luann has Muscular Dystrophy and had previously had a stroke in January, so I called 911 and they transported her to Banner Heart Hospital in Mesa. The ER monitor showed no signs of a heart attack so they admitted her and began looking for blood clots. The next morning she was in even more pain from a blood clot found[...more]