FREE: How to Download and Print PhilHealth Forms

This post will teach you how to download all Philhealth forms such as the CF1, CSF, CF2, ER3 and be able to print them correctly based on the paper size requirement of the said government institution.

You may now have a copy of Philhealth forms for free without the hassle of going to your current employer, hospital, or to the nearby Philhealth branch.

All you have to do is visit the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation’s official website and download all the forms that you need. This includes but not limited to PhilHealth member registration form (PMRF), Claim Forms (CF1 to CF4), Kasambahay forms, and Philhealth Premium Payment Slip (PPPS) forms.

This way you can save time, transportation fares, and energy. You can also avoid the traffic and your effort won’t get wasted simply by downloading all the Philhealth forms on their website. After you get the PDF copy, you can print it at home assuming you have a personal computer with an installed printer. The other option is you visit the nearest computer shop and have it printed there.

Philhealth forms is a requirement whenever you need to make a transaction with the government institution. It will help the person in charge determine your personal information by simply scanning your properly filled-out forms.

This will minimize the time needed for the PhilHealth representatives to know your history such as your type of membership, number of dependents, your civil status, clinical records and summary, current employment status, and if you were able to fulfill your obligation such as paying your contribution. The forms also allow you to amend or update your membership information.

The different types of forms are available online for free, which you can download and have it printed. Afterward, fill up the necessary information based on your current status.

Print as many forms as you want and share them with those who also need it. Remember the old saying “it is better to give than to receive.”

3 Easy Steps to Download and Print the Philhealth Forms

Step 1: Visit the official website of Philhealth

At the home page navigation menu, go to “Download.” It is located at the rightmost part of the green navigation menu next to “online services.”
philhealth navitation menu Afterward, select “Forms,” in the list of choices.

Step 2: Select and Download the form

The available forms are in PDF format. Download whichever suits your needs. These are the available forms:

  • Philhealth Member Registration Form (PMRF)
  • Claim Form 1 for Member and Patient Information form (CF1)
  • Claim Form 3 for Patient’s Clinical Record (CF3)
  • Philhealth Premium Payment Slip (PPPS)
  • Claim Form 4 for Clinical Summary (CF4)
  • Employer’s Data Record (ER1 to ER3)
  • Household Employer and Employment Unified Registration Form
  • Kasambahay Household Philhealth Payment Slip (PPS)
  • Claim Form 2 for Provider Information (CF2)

Step 3: Print the PhilHealth forms

These are the steps in order for you to print the forms with respect to the paper size required by the health insurance institution.

Assuming you do not have a PDF viewer, you can get an adobe acrobat reader online for free at their official website Install the software on your personal computer.

Open the file using the PDF reader. At the upper left side of the window, you will see the printer icon. Run it to open the printer popup window.

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Select the active printer that you want to use. Afterward, proceed with settings adjustment. Check the paper orientation. It should be in portrait mode. Check the margin. Make sure that the paper size is just right based on the PhilHealth requirement.

You can print 1 page first to check the actual outcome according to your printer settings. Make adjustments if the outcome is not OK. Otherwise, print as many copies as you like. Since it is free, you can also give it to your friends and to those who needed it the most.

Read: How to get Philhealth Number

*I hope this helps

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7 comments… add one
  • Susana A. Evangelista

    I know PhilHealth was one of the best health card…I used to be a member….when I had my early retirement….my philhealth was besing stopped….I want to be a member again….was it possible if I will just fill up thru my desktop!….I am already 61 yrs old…
    Hope to hear from you…God Bless


  • Rhea Loraine M. Garantuza

    Good day po..just want to ask po. na confine po kase ung son ko last dec. 25-28, 2012 ang findings po ng dr. is accute gastroenteritis mild dehydration. then nung ma ddischarge n po kmi s hospital biglang sinabi po s billing section ng hospital hndi daw po covered ng philhealth ung findings. anu po reason bkit hndi covered yun? according to my files here in our office included po cya s philhealth implements new case rate..

    • mattscradle

      Hi Rhea,

      Please inquire to Philhealth regarding the coverage po.

  • rosemarie camara olfindo

    OFW ako, possible ba lifetime health insurance?

  • rhegie barredo

    How to claim the philhealth benefits of my deceased father.

  • Claudine Jewel

    Can I get philhealth form?

    • Matt

      Hi Claudine, you can follow the instruction in this post.

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