GetSkinHelp™ Mobile App

See a licensed doctor online and on any device.


About GetSkinHelp™

GetSkinHelp is an online and mobile app service that allows Canadians to get prompt virtual medical attention when it comes to skin diseases and skin cancers.

The service provides individuals access to our calendar and lets them choose a date and time to book video appointments with licensed doctors that best suits their busy schedule. The mobile app also features SkinAI™ technology which generates a preliminary analysis that can help to determine the medical urgency and triaging needs of skin lesions.

GetSkinHelp is particularly useful to anyone with a history of skin disease, are not ambulatory, or live in remote regions. There are no out-of-pocket costs since it is firmly embedded with provincial healthcare plans.


Easier. Faster. Online.

Moles, skin tags, and rashes are rarely viewed as causes for concern and are often dismissed as a threat until the discomfort is greater than the hassle of seeing a doctor.

But it is during that time of latency where dangerous conditions can fester and become deadly.

When people finally take action, they are then subject to long wait times or need to travel hundreds (if not thousands) of kilometres to access physicians in a major urban centre.

GetSkinHelp is a more convenient way to access dermatological care.

The Need for Virtual Medicine

“Unfortunately, melanoma and skin cancer screening are not top of mind. Regular skin-checks do not get the same consideration as mammograms, PSA tests and other cancer screenings”

Falyn Katz | Executive Director, Melanoma Network of Canada

“Skin cancer is more serious than people think. Unfortunately, there is a considerable shortage of dermatologists and skin specialists in Canada and people are slipping through the cracks.”

Heidi Veluw | Executive Director, Canadian Skin Cancer Foundation

“Early detection is so important in skin cancer. Most forms of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer are much more easily treated when they are caught early.”

Natalie Richardson | Managing Director, Save your Skin Foundation.

“My concern [regarding virtual health] was about continuity-of-care. When patients get moved from one doctor to another doctor, especially virtually, errors can happen. But we have such a shortage of doctors in our parts that telemedicine is the only solution we have left.”

Jim Keizer | Retired Pharmacist, Iroquois Falls, Ontario.


SkinAI™ Technology

People who download the GetSkinHealth mobile App will get access to SkinAI technology and get a pixel-by-pixel AI analysis that will look for the presence of skin disease.

The AI is able to discern with 88% accuracy (compared to trained physicians who range between 66% to 87%) the following conditions:

  • Basal cell carcinoma
  • Benign keratosis-like
  • Dermatofibroma
  • Dysplastic nevus
  • Melanoma
  • Melanocytic nevus (benign mole)
  • Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Vascular lesions

Revolutionizing the Future of Dermatology

Please click on the link below for any press and investment inquiries.