Haveeee you met Skye?

by Gabrielle Taylor July 04, 2017

Haveeee you met Skye?

Introducing Skye Preston   

Skye is our newest Cardiology Sales Specialist at SCHILLER Australia and she brings with her a great amount of experience and industry knowledge.

Cardiology has been at the heart of Skye's story from the start.

Beginning with 12 years of Nursing in both Sydney and London specialising in the Cardiology and Cath lab sectors, before embarking on an 8 year role in Pacing and Electrophysiology experience at St Jude Medical, Skye now has over 20 years of industry knowledge to contribute to the team at SCHILLER Australia!

Skye and her family made the sea-change from Sydney to Newcastle 3 years ago and Skye recently spent 6 months as a Cardiac Technologist at John Hunter Hospital using SCHILLER Holter & Ambulatory Blood Pressure Systems. It is with great pleasure that we welcome her to our team!

Skye's product picks

 Medilog Darwin 2

Maximise speed and ease of use with Darwin 2 technology. Analyse 24-hours worth of Holter data in just 90 seconds.

SCHILLER's Stress Testing Technology

Exercise testing with maximum freedom. Designed for use in the physician's office, the Cardiovit CS-200 is leading a new generation of stress testing capabilities.

 Blood Pressure

The SCHILLER BR-102 plus gives the highest degree of patient comfort while maintaining the most precise measurements. 

A must-have for ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, the BR-102 plus is distinguished by its small dimensions and low weight.



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