Philhealth Contribution Table 2015 for Self-Employed, Voluntary, and OFW

The latest Philhealth Contribution Table for 2015 has been released. Self-employed, voluntary, and OFW plan your way on when you are going to pay your monthly contribution to experience the full benefits of this social health insurance program from the government.

Philhealth has played a very important role in the lives of its members. Often it was realized only in times of health problems. A member needs to be hospitalized, or its dependents have to undergo an emergency procedure. After which, the member who would pay the hospital bill will say “good thing I am disciplined when comes to paying my contribution, my bill was reduced significantly.” On the other side, those members who don’t pay their Philhealth contribution regularly regret much when unforeseen health problems occur.
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For responsible members just continue with what you are doing, and for those members who won’t pay their contribution maybe, this is the time to change your mind as it would really benefit you and your dependents in the long run.

Philhealth Contribution 2015 Rates for Self-Employed and Voluntary

Self-Employed and Voluntary or individually paying members (IPMS) having an income of P25000 pesos and below should pay contribution amounting to P2400 per annum. IPMS who have an income above P25000 shall pay P3600 annually. Payments can be done quarterly for P600 every quarter, Semi-annually for P1200, or annually for P2400.

Philhealth Contribution 2015 Rates for OFW

Overseas Filipino Workers will have to pay P2400 annually. It can also be paid Semi-annually for P1200. This could benefit ofw’s qualified dependents in the Philippines whenever the latter would encounter ailments and the like.

Where to pay your contribution

The fastest is to visit Philhealth branches. Payments can also be processed on Banks, Philippine Postal Corporation, CIS bayad center, MLhuillier Phils, Inc., LBC Express, SM Retail Inc., and LGU. OFWs can pay overseas via Development Bank of the Philippines, Phil. Veterans bank, IRemit, Inc., Land Bank of the Philippines, Ventaja International Corporation, Bank of Commerce, and Other collecting agents.

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10 comments… add one
  • minerva m. radam

    Good day! i am a self-employed philhealth member.. i was not able to pay my contribution for 2yrs.. is my account still active?

    thank you..

    • Matt

      Hi Minerva, we have the same situation before. If you still have your philhealth number, you can still reactivate it by visiting any philhealth branches near your place.

    • arseniarodil

      Good day I’m self employed I’ve almost one year may not be able to pay philhealth can I continue to pay? Or to activate first?

  • Feminina R. Soria

    My question is if im going to pay higher contribution is that make difference in my hospital bill than paying lower contibutions.

    • Adam

      Hi Feminina, as far as I know philhealth contribution only have specific contribution rate for employed, and voluntary. You can’t increase or decrease your contribution.

      • Nicole Manzano

        Hello there My questions is that, I recently resigned from my company last April. And unfortunately I wasn’t able to pay yet my contributions for the last April and May, Could i still pay my unpaid contributions without my previous contributions being forfeited? thank.

  • Mary Grace Chavez

    i hav nt pay for long time my philhealth and i want to pay, is this still same PIN so i can pay direct here in UAE.

  • Nicole Manzano

    Hello there my questions is that I am a voluntary member now since I resigned last April. And I wasn’t able to pay my contribution for 2 months now. Can I still pay the months that was not payed or is my payment from the previous months be terminated. I really needed to know cause I’m giving birth on September and I’m hoping I could still use my Philhealth contributions to cover some of my bills by the time of my delivery. Thanks.

  • Leoncio

    Please somebody explain why a member with high salary has to pay higher premium (P437.50 per month) and gets the same benefit as the member who pays the lowest premium (P100.00 per month). I believe it is unfair to pay higher premium and get nothing in return.

    This is the same question asked by Feminina in August 8 and the answer of Adam was incomplete. The issue here is there should be higher benefits for those who pay higher premiums.

    • Adam

      Hi Sir Leoncio,

      Please inquire directly to Philhealth about your concern. I do not know how to answer your question because I am not connected to Philhealth.

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