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Philhealth Branches in Metro Manila NCR, Contact, Website 2014

Philhealth Branches or Philippine Health Insurance Corporation Branches are one of the most important among the government agencies (for me :-) ). It focuses on providing health insurance to every Filipinos whether you are self employed, company employed or working abroad.

I’m not really familiar with PhilHealth all I know is once you started working under any status (regular, casual or contractual) in government or private sectors you are automatically become a member. Supposedly, it is your employer who will do the processing of your philhealth ID all you need to do is supply the needed information.

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For those who are planning to leave the corporate world to become self-employed but still want to continue your philhealth membership you can inquire to specific branch that covers your area.

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Below are the complete lists of Philhealth branches in Metro Manila

Manila Area
Address: 4/F, Marc I Bldg., 1971 Taft Ave., Malate Manila
Email address: so.manila @philhealth.gov.ph
Contact Number: 523-9481; 526-9842; 521-6776; 522-1745; 523-6121

Philhealth Office Caloocan
G/F Remcor Bldg., Rizal Ave. Extension bet. 10th & 11th Ave., Caloocan City
Telephones Number: 365-2012; 365-2014; 365-0464

Mandaluyong
#94 P. Cruz St., 2/F Rustans Express Boni Avenue,
Brgy. San Jose, Mandaluyong City
Contact number: 532-0095; 532-0449

Quezon City
Covered areas : Marikina, Quezon City, Rizal, San Juan
F.R. Estuar & Associates Penthouse, Estuar Building,
880 Quezon Ave., Quezon City
Contact Number: 332-1550

Rizal Cainta
The Brick Road Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall,
Marcos Highway cor. Felix Ave., Cainta, Rizal
Contact Number: 681-5499; 681-5111; 681-5164; 646-5844

Makati Area
Covered areas: Makati, Pasay
337 ITC Building, Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue,
Makati City
Contact Number: 897-1598; 897-2759; 897-6329; 897-3337; 899-4506

Las Piñas Area
Covered Areas: Las Piñas, Muntinlupa, Parañaque
471 Editha Building, Alabang-Zapote Road,
Almanza I, Las Piñas City
Contact Number: 556-5374; 556-5685; 801-5256; 556-5687

*This blog is not related to philhealth. I just got the details from their official website ( philhealth.gov.ph ). For your own security please do not put on the comment section any of your personal information (phone numbers, complete name, address).

16 comments… add one

  • CSD October 16, 2012, 9:55 am

    I am a member of Philhealth, contributing when I was still employed years ago, but since I am now unemployed I wish to continue my monthly payments. How do I go about this and how much monthly? I am now 59 years old. I hope you can help me regarding details of my case. Thank you.

    • mattscradle October 16, 2012, 11:20 am

      Sir you can visit the nearest Philhealth office in your area for that matter.

  • CSD October 16, 2012, 9:57 am

    By the way, there was a period that I was not able to contribute since became unemployed. Thank you again.

  • r0se October 21, 2012, 4:34 pm

    i have been unemployed for 5 years, now my mother will be operated on her cataract, can she used my philhealth card, how will i know?

    • mattscradle October 21, 2012, 5:40 pm

      Hi Rose, please inquire on the nearest Philhealth office for your inquiry.

  • teresita temprosa November 19, 2012, 8:33 am

    I had an operation last October 3, 2012, it was my 1st time to use my Philhealth card since I was employed.
    I had to shell out 20,000 for the fixator that was implant in my arms at the hospital (Marikina Valley Hospital) They say they don’t have that instrument and that we need to cash out the money and that’s what we do. Now my question is, can I file it to your office for refund since fixator is part of my hospitalization?

    Thank you so much, hope to hear from you soon.

  • nelia January 21, 2013, 4:37 pm

    I am a philhealth member. I am an employed indivual. How can i update my philhealth profile because my status there is Married but i am Single. Our company is the one who applied for me.

    Thank you. Hope you can help.

    • mattscradle January 21, 2013, 11:55 pm

      Hi Nelia, just go to the nearest philhealth office and apply for the status update. The process would only take 30 minutes.

  • Louverie Caser February 5, 2013, 2:32 am

    Hi, I gave birth last January 21 but was unable to avail of the complete maternity care package because I was not the one who processed it. I want to file for reimbursement but since I am exclusively breastfeeding and there are no breastfeeding stations in the Philhealth offices, I can not process it myself. I would just like to inquire if I need to give an authorization letter to my sister if she will be the one to file the reimbursement on my behalf. Thank you!

  • Louverie Caser February 5, 2013, 2:36 am

    I would also like to inquire if I am eligible for reimbursement? I was only able to avail of 3t for the maternity care package. The 2t from the professional fee of the doctor was not deducted. I was also not able to avail of the prenatal care package since the receipts were not submitted. Also, only 1250 was deducted for the newborn care package. I understand this is supposed to be 1750? Thank you so much for your help.

  • wintams February 27, 2013, 12:38 pm

    hello, I have lost my Philhealth ID and I forgot my PHilhealth number. how can i get new ID and how will I retrieved my ID number, tnx.

  • Maria Donnie Penos-Maniquis April 15, 2013, 6:59 am

    My husband pays his voluntary Philhealth contribution quarterly. However, I failed to pay his voluntary contribution before the 10th of this month since something urgent came up! Now payment is ready, please advise as to where can he or I pay his voluntary contirbution since the bank refuses to accept payment beyond 10 of April. His quarterly voluntarily contribution is Php450 from Apr to June. Hope to hear from you soonest & kindly revert to my email add as stated. Thank you.

    • mattscradle April 15, 2013, 12:52 pm

      Hi I suggest that you pay directly to philhealth office near you.

  • Grace May 18, 2013, 3:04 pm

    pls advice me whats the right thing to do on how can i contribute again. do i have to register again? how will i know my own number? thank u

  • Adam September 17, 2014, 1:16 am

    Hi Casey, this website is not related to Philhealth. Regarding your second question, yes you can also do voluntary payments.

  • Dunhill December 1, 2014, 3:32 am

    Where is the nearest philhealth office in NU sampaloc manila. Thanks!!

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