Patient Portal: MYMSKCC

MYMSKCC ( is a private, personalized online link to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, from which you can securely access information about your care. If you enroll in MYMSKCC, you can view lab reports, appointments, and hospital bills; update contact information; and communicate with your physician's office using secure messages.

To enroll in or learn more about MYMSKCC, please ask a session assistant in clinic or contact your physician's office. In addition you can also contact the Help Desk via e-mail at, or by calling 800-248-0593/646-227-2593.

See below for some of the ways that you can use MYMSKCC:

Medical Information

  • Access your lab results — over 300 results are now available.
  • Access a PDF file of your Patient Treatment and Summary form, a document detailing the treatment you have received at Memorial Sloan Kettering


  • View and keep track of your appointment information
  • Confirm certain appointments (ex. doctors appointments, chemo treatment) and receive reminder notifications


Send and receive secure, non-urgent messages to and from your physician's office on a variety of topics, including:

  • prescription refills
  • test results
  • pre-certification for prescription medication
  • pre-certification for test (ex. CT scan, PET scan, MRI, etc.)
  • pre-certification for nutritional supplement
  • general questions

Send messages to other departments, including:

  • billing
  • clinical genetics
  • patient representatives
  • Developmental Treatment Center
  • Immunotherapeutics Clinical Core


  • Access hospital and physician billing information
  • Access insurance authorization information
  • Access your current hospital balance
  • View your hospital statements
  • Pay your hospital and physician bill online
  • Send messages to the hospital and physician billing departments

Contact Information

  • Make changes to your contact information
  • Make changes to your insurance information

Educational Resources

  • Link to patient and caregiver educational materials from the Memorial Sloan Kettering Library