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  1. Hi gud pm po. Ask ko lng po kung makakapag avail po ba aq ng reimburse. Nanganak po kse ako nitong july 5. merun po akong philhealth dko nagamit. Merun nmn po akong mdr at resibo n binyran q sa philhealth. Hinahanapn pko sa hospital ng rf1 & me5.

    1. Hi jhean, are you employed? Some hospitals require RF1 and ME5 only if employed, although cert of premium payments from employer should be enough. If you’re individual payor, go to your hospital and ask for refund because they should have made the deductions.

  2. Hi mam,good day. Ask lng po aku if posible po bang ma refund yung mga gamot na binili namin para sa kapatid ko. Na aksidente po xa sa motor pru pina uwi kami ng doctor pagkatapos ng ct.scan result. May makuha po ba kaming refund para sa mga xray’s at ct.scan? Sa ibang hospital po kami ngpa ct.scan at ibang hospital rin po yung mga xray..binayaran na po namin yung bill nya na hindi po nagamit philhealth nya. Sa emergency room lng po xa hindi na confine.. salamat po. God bless.

    1. Hi kerwin, sad to say, outpatient diagnostic procedures and medicines are not covered. But if surgery was done, that type of surgery might be covered. But direct filing by patient is no longer allowed. Philhealth deduction should have been done before discharge. Ask others too

  3. Good day ms. How can I obtain free meds and dialysis for my mother. We’re not able to afford the expenses. Injection is 2,500 4pcs, as written in the receipt every 2 weeks. Her husband has philhealth. Thank u

  4. gud pm can my daughter in law refund her expenses for meds. She gave birth via CS at a provincial hospital last Sep 22, 2014. thanks. godbless

    1. hi Jocelyn, if she filed her Philhealth, she can wait for her benefit payment notice from Philhealth. She can then later ask the hospital about her refund (Bring notice, hospital bill, hospital OR and ORs for meds).

  5. Hello po, is surgery for infection covered by Philhealth. I have surgery on my foot diagnosed as condroblastoma; pinalitan po ng buto ang loob ng ankle ko. After the operation, the wound opened and some fluids came out and almost 2years it has been like this. The doctor told me a bone cement is needed to close the hole from which the fluids are coming out. Another thing is the infection. How much is covered by philhealth if I have the surgery at PGH? Thanks.

    1. Hi Aries, sorry I don’t know the exact procedure so I can’t research the list. You can search yourself on philhealth.gov.ph. See SEARCH CASE RATES on the right side of the web page. Or talk to your doctor about using Philhealth.

  6. Hi ask q lang poh kung pwding gmitin philhealth khit wala ang pang Phil health I’d?pro poh my hulog ang philhealth q

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