Philhealth Payments — Where to Pay Premiums or Contributions

Aside from Philhealth offices and branches, where do we make our Philhealth payments or where do we pay our Philhealth premiums or Philhealth contributions?


Allied Banking Corporation
Asia Trust Bank
Asia United Bank

Banco de Oro
Bank of Commerce
Bank of the Philippine Islands (E-Pay for Employers Only)
Bank One Savings and Trust Corp.

Century Savings Bank
China Banking Corporation
ChinaBank Savings (added May 2011)
Citibank NA
Citystate Savings Bank

Development Bank of the Philippines
Export & Industry Bank
Land Bank of the Philippines
Maybank Philippines
Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company (Some Branches Only)

Philippine Business Bank
Philippine National Bank
Philippine Postal Savings Bank
Philippine Veterans Bank
Planters Development Bank
Premiere Development Bank

RCBC Savings Bank
Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation
Robinsons Savings Bank
Security Bank
Union Bank of the Philippines
United Coconut Planters Bank


Asian Hills Bank, Inc.
Bukidnon Cooperative Bank
Century Rural Bank, Inc.
Country Rural Bank of Taguig, Inc.
Enterprise Bank, Inc.
Green Bank of Caraga
Gulf Bank (Rural Bank of Lingayen, Inc.)
Money Mall Rural Bank, Inc.
One Network Bank, Inc.
Peninsula Rural Bank, Inc.
People’s Bank of CARAGA
Producer’s Rural Banking Corp.
Progressive Bank
Rural Bank of Bambang (NV), Inc.
Rural Bank of Sta. Catalina (Negros Oriental), Inc.
Rural Bank of Jose Panganiban (CN), Inc.


Araneta Post Office
Kalookan Central Post Office
Manila Central Post Office
Makati Central Post Office
Marikina Post Office
Muntinlupa Central Post Office
Novaliches Post Office
Parañaque Post Office
Pasay Central Post Office
Quezon City Central Post Office


CIS Bayad Center, Inc.
Philippine Postal Corporation in Regions 2, 4A, 4B, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11 and 12
LBC Express Inc.
MLhuillier Phils. Inc.  (Region 6 only)


Quezon Province:  Calauag, Catanauan, Guinayangan, Perez, San Narciso, Tagkawayan, Unisan
Palawan: Taytay
Leyte: Leyte, Bato
Northern Samar: Laoang
Misamis Oriental: Calamba, Initao
Bukidnon: Kibawe
Cotabato: Banicilan



Overseas Branches of:
Development Bank of the Philippines
Philippine Veterans Bank

Related Article:

Philhealth Requires Nine Months of Prior Payments

Philhealth Branches in North Metro, Central Metro and Bulacan


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  1. hi po ask q po sna qng anu po gagawin ko nakalimutan q po kc n due pla ngaun june ung s philhealth ng tatay q n dpat ngaun q lang poh naalala kaso mag6pm na maihahabol q b un bukas july 1 na anu po ba gagawin q?

  2. Hi Glenda, sorry, the June 30 deadline has passed. I don’t know if Philhealth will still accept your payment for Apr to June. You can try.

  3. hi po. kakastart ko lang po maghulog ng philhealth. bale po apr-june po un. gagamitin ko po sana para sa panganganak po. my due date is dis coming september. advice naman po kung anong gagawin ko para magamit ko ung philhealth ko? magaadvance 1year nlang po ba ko or hulugan ko nlang ng advance ung july to december? para magamit ko xa. really need ur reply tnx

  4. Hi criselda, you can avail in Sep, but it is also good if you pay this month for July to Sep so you and your baby will have continuous coverage

  5. Hi Angel, if you already have your MDR, you can pay at Bayad Center or SM Business Center. Bring your Philhealth no. Pay July to Sep (600 pesos). Before you pay, fill up their Transaction form or payment form

  6. hi po,,,ako po si annilyn manganganak na this coming october ask ko lang po matagal na po kasing hindi nahulugan ang philhealth ko pero nahulugan po 1 year lang po pwde ko pa rin po ba maggamit self employed lang po kc ako,,at pwd ko rin po bang bayaran ang mga taon na hindi ko nabayaran???pls i need your confirmation ma’am..tnx!

  7. Hi, kakakuha ko lang po ng philhealth num . ko paano po ba at tuwing kelan magbabayad ng philhealth ?

  8. Hi Rachekle, meron ka nang MDR or Philhealth card? If none yet, pay at Philhealth (600 pesos for July to Sep) so you can get your MDR and ID card (if available). Then pay 600 again in Oct or Nov for Oct to Dec. Pay every quarter. Puede ring every 2 quarters or every year.

  9. Hello,i just want to ask kc i stop paying phil health last 2008 as a self paying
    Pero nag abroad ako last 2011 and 2014.pwede ko bang icontinue ang pagbabayad at magkano po monthly.tnx

  10. Hi Elsa, yes. You pay quarterly (600 pesos per quarter). You’ll pay for July to Sep. It’s best to pay at Philhealth so you can get your new MDR and Philhealth card.

  11. Hi Elma, yes, you can pay for anyone without presenting any document, but if you want to request for the ID card, you need to present an authorization letter plus the member’s ID.

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