Latest PhilHealth Premium Contribution Schedule / Table 2013

UPDATED (Philhealth Contribution Table) – January 1, 2012:

Philhealth ensures sustainable, affordable and progressive social health insurance, influencing the delivery of accessible quality health care for all Filipinos by providing a unified benefit package for all its members for in-patient hospital care and out-patient care. The government mandates contribution amount depending on salary bracket, and this contribution amount is shared by Employee and Employer equally.

In line with this, please be informed that Philhealth has implemented Philhealth Premium Contribution increases effective January 2013 for employees earning P31, 000 and higher monthly salary. This increase in Philhealth Contribution will apply to both employer and employee contributions. 

You may refer to the table below for the premium contribution schedule. Note that the contribution amount indicated below represents the Employee contribution only. Employer contribution is on top of the amount indicated, and will be equivalent to the Employee contribution.

Download the Latest PhilHealth Premium Contribution Schedule / Table 2012 here. Being an Employee-Member of PhilHealth, your premium is 1.25% of your Salary Base where your Monthly Salary Range is included. It is only the 50% of the total contribution since your Employer is shouldering the other half as a “partner” to make sure that you are in good health and fit to work.

To be able to know how much is your monthly deductions and monthly remittances made by your employee, you can verify it by downloading a copy of the PhilHealth Premium Contribution Schedule below.

PhilHealth Contribution Table

Salary Bracket Salary Range Salary Base Total Monthly Premium Employee Share Employer Share
1 7,999.99 and below 7,000.00 175.00 87.50 87.50
2 8,000.00 – 8,999.99 8,000.00 200.00 100.00 100.00
3 9,000.00 – 9,999.99 9,000.00 225.00 112.50 112.50
4 10,000.00 – 10,999.99 10,000.00 250.00 125.00 125.00
5 11,000.00 – 11,999.99 11,000.00 275.00 137.50 137.50
6 12,000.00 – 12,999.99 12,000.00 300.00 150.00 150.00
7 13,000.00 – 13,999.99 13,000.00 325.00 162.50 162.50
8 14,000.00 – 14,999.99 14,000.00 350.00 175.00 175.00
9 15,000.00 – 15,999.99 15,000.00 375.00 187.50 187.50
10 16,000.00 – 16,999.99 16,000.00 400.00 200.00 200.00
11 17,000.00 – 17,999.99 17,000.00 425.00 212.50 212.50
12 18,000.00 – 18,999.99 18,000.00 450.00 225.00 225.00
13 19,000.00 – 19,999.99 19,000.00 475.00 237.50 237.50
14 20,000.00 – 20,999.99 20,000.00 500.00 250.00 250.00
15 21,000.00 – 21,999.99 21,000.00 525.00 262.50 262.50
16 22,000.00 – 22,999.99 22,000.00 550.00 275.00 275.00
17 23,000.00 – 23,999.99 23,000.00 575.00 287.50 287.50
18 24,000.00 – 24,999.99 24,000.00 600.00 300.00 300.00
19 25,000.00 – 25,999.99 25,000.00 625.00 312.50 312.50
20 26,000.00 – 26,999.99 26,000.00 650.00 325.00 325.00
21 27,000.00 – 27,999.99 27,000.00 675.00 337.50 337.50
22 28,000.00 – 28,999.99 28,000.00 700.00 350.00 350.00
23 29,000.00 – 29,999.99 29,000.00 725.00 362.50 362.50
24 30,000.00 – 30,999.99 30,000.00 750.00 375.00 375.00
25 31,000.00 – 31,999.99 31,000.00 775.00 387.50 387.50
26 32,000.00 – 32,999.99 32,000.00 800.00 400.00 400.00
27 33000.00 – 33,999.99 33,000.00 825.00 412.50 412.50
28 34000.00 – 34,999.99 34,000.00 850.00 425.00 425.00
29 35,000.00 and up 35,000.00 875.00 437.50 437.50
*Employee share represents half of the total monthly premium
while the other half is shouldered by the employer.

Download Latest Philhealth Contribution Table in Excel format here.

Philhealth Legal Basis and Objective

Section 16 of R.A 7875 empowers the Corporation to formulate and implement guidelines on contribution and benefits. By virtue thereof and through the authority of PhilHeallth Board Resolution No. 1677. Series of 2012, this Circular is hereby issued in response to the public clamor for the reconsideration of the implementation of the premium contribution increases in various PhilHealth membership categories as sanctioned under PhilHealth Board Resolution No. 1571, Series of 2011.


This Circular shall only apply to the Individually Paying, Overseas Workers, and Employed Sector membership in the NHIP.

Implementing Guidelines

The provisions of the PBR No. 1571 s. 2011 on the effectivity of implementation of premium contribution increases shall be deferred until the end of CY.

Transitorily, the implementation of the corresponding premium rates for the following membership categories shall be in effect starting from January 2013 up to December

a) Individually Paying Program and Overseas Workers Programs

Self-employed individuals under the Individually Paying Program shall pay the minimum annual premium contribution of One Thousand Eight Hundred Pesos (PhPl,800.00) effective only from January to December 2013. Provided that, self-employed professionals earning an average monthly income of more than Twenty Five Thousand Pesos (PhP25,OOO.OO) shall pay their annual premium contribution in the amount of Three Thousand Six Hundred Pesos (PhP3,600.00). Provided further that, all valid and effective policy contracts signed prior to this Board Resolution shall remain effective and enforceable until expiration.

Overseas Workers under the Overseas Workers Program shall pay the minimum annual premium contribution of One Thousand Two Hundred Pesos (PhPl,200.00) which is effective since January 2012 up to December 2013.

b) Employed Sector

The premium contributions for the Employed Sector, starting January to December 2013 only, shall be in accordance with the following premium contribution schedule using the following baselines:

  • 1.Premium rate at 2.5% of the basic monthly salary
  • 2.Use of salary bracket
  • 3.Salary bracket floor shall start at P7,000.00
  • 4.Salary bracket ceiling shall be at P35,000.00


This Circular shall be effective fifteen (15) days after completion of its publication in a newspaper of general circulation

President and CEO

Philhealth Circular No.57 s-2012

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is the creator of He graduated from Adamson University (Philippines) with a Degree in Bachelor of Science in Accountancy dating back 2009 and earning his MBA in Polytechnic University of the Philippines. He is currently employed as a General Accountant in a well known Global Business Process Outsourcing. He enjoys learning new things. He consumes his spare time in front of his Computer with Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver.

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50 Responses to Latest PhilHealth Premium Contribution Schedule / Table 2013

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  3. ramon b. ibarreta,jr says:

    checking my philhealth contribution

  4. edmon selga labio says:

    gusto malman static information ko sa sss

  5. vaneza says:

    Panu po makikita yung philhealth contribution ko…kailangan ko po kasi ng print out…

  6. Gabby Uymatiao says:

    Can u pls clarify about the item “Salary bracket floor shall start at P7000”. If the basic monthly salary is 6999.99 or below, is there a PHIC contribution required for that month?

    • Ben Daggers says:

      Hi Gabby,

      You have a contribution of P175. An amount of P87.50 will deducted to you and the other P87.50 is paid by your employer. Your salary falls on the bracket 7999.99 and below.

  7. niel galicia says:

    halimbawa pong e-full paid ko ang 1year ilang months ko po pwedeng magamit ang philhealth. thank you.

  8. mylene says:

    gudeve pwed ko po bng malamn kung [pwed ko pa po mgamit ang philhealth ko para makadiscount niyan pag nanganak ako khit matagal po akong hindi nkahulog..blak ko po sana ngaun year n to mghulog khit 1st quarter lng ,mgagamit ko n po ba philhealth ko nun if skli lng this april n po ako manganak eh..? thnx

    • Alma Co says:

      Good morning!

      My Aunt is single, 83 years old, w/o sss and pension, nag start paying contribution year 2009 pero meron din mga 2 quarter na hindi po nakahulog…sa age po b nya ay kailangan pa po ba syang magbayad?

      Thank you and more power!

  9. Edwin Makabenta says:

    What will be the new contribution rate if you are self-employed or voluntary contribution

  10. mark ghill barrinuevo says:

    pwede ko po ba malaman kung ano po ang philhealth # ko po??b.z po sa work kaya po d makasadya sa main office

  11. HANZEL MONTANO says:


  12. HANZEL MONTANO says:


  13. carol says:

    pupuwede malaman hulog sa philhealth number ko po…

  14. marlon o. ulat says:

    philheal number controbuion

  15. gudafternoon po..ask ko lang po sana kung papano ko po malalaman ung detail ng contirbution ko sa philhealth at pati po ung # ko. nagbago po kasi ako ng employer kea di ko na mahanap asan info ko.salamat po

  16. nelia says:

    gud pm po,

    ask me sana kung ipapsok ko ang katulong sa philhealth ano po mga requirement. pls reply me thru email


  17. joselito lachica alvarez says:

    pwd po ba makahingi ng kopya ng lates contribution thru email

  18. mitchelle 2 ask ko lng kung panu makakuha ng copy ng philhealth

  19. verlyn vesagas says:

    ask ko lang po kung pwede ulit gamitin yung philhealth, nagamit na po cya nung april 2012 sa panganganak tapos ngayon po july na denge po ung 3 na anak,,, pwede po ba ulit magamit philhealth?as of now po nasa hospital pa po ung mga bata

  20. marckyjohn says:

    magkano na po ba ang magiging premium ko,voluntary po ang status ko sabi po kc samin sa bayad center magiging doble daw po ang premium ko by june 30 2012 di ko po ganung maintindihan.bale po sa isang taon 1,200 ang binabayad ko…thanks po!!

    • Ben Daggers says:

      Yep, yun din ang nalaman ko. My mother is a voluntary member also like you. P1,200 nga daw ang dapat bayaran.
      May nakapagsabi sa Mother ko na kung babayaran mo daw ang buong taon with the same price ng P600, hindi ka na daw po maapektuhan. Pero “hear say” lang po yun. hindi po sigurado.
      Hindi pa din malinaw ‘tong issue na to para sa akin. Just keep posted nalang po. Hinihintay ko din ipublish mismo ng Philhealth or newspapers to para maiupdate ko din yung blog ko.

  21. shirleyracman says:

    puede ko makuha philhealth claimform 1 and updated 6 months remittance member data record prooof of dependency

  22. cherie says:

    do you have the philhealth excel format for 2012, please send it to my email. thanks for posting

  23. amor carino says:

    i’d like to inquire about sponsored PHILHEALTH beneficiaries under the 4P’s program of DSWD.The DSWD is telling them to pay 600 so that they can benefit PHILHEALTH.Is this true?Actually, this member i know is under the NHTS-PR (National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction).Kindly answer me thru my email please.

  24. Edward says:

    Thank you for sharing the latest philhealth premium contribution schedule table!

  25. Ben Daggers says:

    you can refer to your employment history. The number of your SSS contribution equals the number of Philhealth contribution. You can refer to my tutorial on how to view your SSS Account here : p>…a>

  26. Quinonesdonajane says:

    how to find out the if how many months i contributed

  27. Juno Zurc says:

    1. How to compute for SSS premium contribution (late payment) with penalty since January 2010?
    —say for example for January 2010… is it premium for the month Jan plus 3% penalty for January 2010 until December 2011 …or premium January 2010 plus 3% (24 months) ?p>2. How to compute for SSS salary loan payment (late payment) with penalty since January 2010?p>Thanks in advance.

  28. Jun-74 says:

    Is this the latest Philhealth Contribution?

  29. John David says:

    where can i download the latest philhealth contribution table for 2011?

  30. Joey Bernal says:

    Thank you for sharing the Philhealth Contribution Table for 2011

  31. Rick says:

    tanong ko lang po, pano mag-apply for a multi purpose loan ang recently separated from work. naka 24 months contribution na ako. in fact more than 24months na pero yung pang 25th and so on months na contribution ko hindi pa nag-aappear sa record kasi hindi daw ma-update agad. hope you cud answer my questions. thanks so much.

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  33. Bea says:

    Is this the latest Philhealth Contribution Table 2011?

  34. Bianca says:

    salamt ng marami sa pag-post nito :D

  35. Danny Boy says:

    This is very helpful. Thanks for posting the latest new philhealth phic hdmf contribution table!

  36. ChristopherEnriquez says:

    Thanks for sharing po!

  37. Edward Santos says:

    Sana po magpost ka din ng walkthrough sa bagong computerized system ng Philhealth. God bless.

  38. Helga says:

    Thank you for sharing the latest Philhealth contribution table for 2011!

  39. Kat De Luna says:

    hi po paano po ba malalaman if may hulog yung pag-ibig ko??? kahit ba ako pde kumuha ng i.d?? kc di na daw agency ko yung nglalakad e

  40. Karen says:

    Magkano ba ag Pag-ibig Fund contribution ng employee? 100 lang ba?

    Tapos, may employer share din ba tulad ng SSS/Philhealth?


  41. Ben Daggers says:

    You have to visit the Pag-ibig office nearest to your office or residence. If you are in Makati, the Pag-ibig office is located at Gil Puyat Avenue.

    There is no Pag-ibig ID yet being issued by the agency.

  42. Mambo says:

    Is this the latest Philhealth Contribution Table 2011?

  43. yana says:

    salamt ng marami sa pag-post nito :D

  44. Aiza Arce says:

    This is very helpful. Thanks for posting the latest new philhealth phic hdmf contribution table!

  45. Marie Lontoc says:


  46. Rudy Pobanes says:

    Thanks for sharing po the latest philhealth contribution table!

  47. Ajhay says:

    Sana po magpost ka din ng walkthrough sa bagong computerized system ng Philhealth. God bless.