home | contact us | sitemap | disclaimer


payment and reporting procedures

Step 1:

Deduct the amount of monthly premium corresponding to the employee’s share from the employee’s basic monthly salary. Please refer to the latest PhilHealth Premium Contribution Table by clicking on the link.

Step 2:

Remit the employee’s premium contribution, together with the employers’s share to any of the Accredited Collecting Agents (ACA) nationwide on or before the due date. Please refer to the New Payment Schedule below:

New Payment Schedule
Employers with PENs ending in 0-4 Every 11th-15th day of the month following the applicable period
Employers with PENs ending in 5-9 Every 16th-20th day of the month following the applicable period

Always use the PhilHealth Premium Payment Slip (PPPS) in remitting the premiums by supplying the PhilHealth Employer Number (PEN), Employer’s Business Name, Type of Membership whether as Private or Government, Applicable Period to be paid for, and the Total Amount of the premium contributions payment. Submit the PPPS, together with the payment, to the tellering cashier of PhilHealth or ACA.

Step 3:

Report the payment of premium contributions by submitting the duly accomplished revised Remittance Report (RF-1) in hard or soft copy text file format to PhilHealth within five (5) days after payment.

Employers utilizing the Electronic Premium Remittance System (EPRS) may conveniently submit over the internet the remittance list report by posting in the EPRS, within five (5) days after payment, such payment information (i.e, Official Receipt Number and the date appearing hereon, as well as the Name of Collecting Agent where payment was remitted) for the particular Statement of Premium Account (SPA) generated thru the EPRS.

The E-Pay Services of the Bank of the Philippine Islands, Citibank, Unionbank, Security Bank Development Bank of the Philippines, Asia United Bank, China Banking Corporation, CTBC Bank (Philippines) Corporation, Philippine National Bank, East West Banking Corporation, RCBC Savings Bank, Philippine Veterans Bank and Metropolitan Trust & Bank Company are also available for the employers to facilitate payment and reporting of premium contributions.