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Please review our updated visitor policy and learn more about the updated in-person patient experience. If you have concerns or are experiencing any symptoms, you can schedule a Video Visit immediately or access our Digital Health Services at any time. For more information about COVID-19 review the patient guide or call our hotline at (646) 697-4000. Due to the Governor's recent travel regulations, kindly inform our staff of any recent travel to one of the quarantine states prior to any in person visits.
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Due to the COVID-19 situation, the PRC remains closed. We plan to re-open as soon as that becomes permissible. Should you require assistance, please call 646-962-5303 to leave a message with your name and contact information. Or, you can e-mail us at In either case you will be contacted within one business day. If you are seeking hospital Patient Information, the phone number is 212-746-5000. If you have a problem or complaint, the Patient Services Administration is at 212-746-4293. If you are seeking Medical Records, the number is 212-746-0530. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center

About Us

The Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center aims to make accurate, science-based health information easily available so that patients and their families can make informed decisions about their care.

Through its collection of online databases, pamphlets and staff, the center aims to live up to its namesake, Myra Mahon (1937-2011), a licensed clinical social worker who believed that “an informed patient is almost always a healthier patient with a better chance for a favorable outcome.” Access to medical information helps patients overcome their fears, she said, while “providing comfort and, many times, acceptance of treatment.”

The MMPRC works collaboratively with the world-class physicians and healthcare providers at Weill Cornell Medicine, who are committed to delivering outstanding primary and specialty care to all patients.

The center opened in February 2007 through generous donations from the Arthur and Myra Mahon Foundation, the Adrian and Jesse Archbold Charitable Trust and the Dean’s Challenge matching funds.


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