Check Your PhilHealth Contributions Online

Posted on May 28 2017 - 8:09am by tweenselmom

I must admit that our government agencies might still be turtle-like when it comes to digital progress, but at least now, I am really seeing progress. I’ve blogged about the efficient service of SSS recently, the SSS online system and the SSS Loan Restructuring Program, and I’m just happy to share that I found out that PhilHealth has a working website already. I’ve seen their website long before but it was not functional and they still don’t have an online member inquiry.

I believe it’s very important that we see our PhilHealth contributions not only to make sure that our payments are being credited to our name but it helps to process transactions faster when medical emergencies or hospitalizations happen.

You can access PhilHealth here.

Since I work at home, I am a volunteer member of Philhealth. The website offers services for the employed and non-employed members. Non-members can also register for an account using the website.

For volunteer members, the website will allow you to:

  1. Check your Member Contribution History
  2. Check member benefits you can avail depending on the medical case (example case below in photo : Dengue)
  3. Downloadable forms are also available on the website when claiming for specific medical cases

Lifetime members of Philhealth are those who have reached the age of retirement under the law and have paid at least 120 monthly premium contributions. It pays to know if your number of contributions are already enough so that you can get the benefits when you become a senior citizen.

8 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Jenelyn June 5, 2017 at 12:46 am - Reply

    Good to know that we all have these kinds of online system now. Yes! Very helpful especially to OFWs like me. Thank you for sharing mommy Lani 😉

  2. Melisa Sanchez June 5, 2017 at 2:02 am - Reply

    Actually while reading this, we need to update our Philhealth na pala and SSS. This is very important specially pag mag retire na tayo sa work natin malaki ang makukuha natin na benefits in the future. I’m glad that you can access your personal details and check it from time to time like this. Thanks for this info sis.

  3. Nilyn Matugas June 5, 2017 at 3:41 am - Reply

    We can all agree na usad pagong talaga ang gobyerno natin. But these little changes means a lot already! I wish more agencies go digital because I kenat talaga ang pila! Will check this one out.

  4. Denice June 5, 2017 at 5:32 am - Reply

    Very informative! It will be truly helpful to our kababayans that doesn’t have enough knowledge about these type of things!

  5. Kati Allan-Balayan June 5, 2017 at 8:39 pm - Reply

    There is indeed hope! The last time I needed Philhealth forms, the hospital provided the forms but I still needed to get additional ones from their satellite branch. This is such a convenience lalo na for someone like me who dislike going to government offices.

  6. Meg Mortega June 5, 2017 at 10:03 pm - Reply

    Thanks for sharing this, Miss Lani! I also shared this to my team. Yes, in all fairness to SSS website, I was able to file a loan through it and nakuha ko agad. Glad to know na okay na sa Philhealth. Big help yung downlodable forms 🙂

  7. Peachy June 6, 2017 at 7:42 pm - Reply

    It’s nice to know that I can already access Philhealth online! Will try that today.

  8. Louisa June 7, 2017 at 9:09 am - Reply

    I’ve been putting this off but I really should take care of my contributions to PhilHealth. It might just be a big help one day.Will check this out!

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