Updated February 14, 2015
Here are health centers and hospitals accredited by Philhealth to provide the Animal Bite Treatment (ABT) package to outpatients. The coverage is worth 3,000 pesos per case, to be paid to the health facility.
Covered are bites by dogs, cats, cows, pigs, horses, goats, bats, and monkeys and Category 3 rabies exposure.
Manila Health Department
Division of Preventable Diseases
Room 120, Manila City Hall
Arrocero St., Ermita
Ibayo Health Center
700 Natividad St.
Ibayo, Taguig City
San Lazaro Hospital
Quiricada St., Santa Cruz
Research Institute for Tropical Medicine
Filinvest Corporate City
Pasig Animal Bite Treatment Center
Cainta Animal Bite Center (no longer in Philhealth’s list; check first)
A. Bonifacio Ave.
Municipal Compound, Brgy. Sto. Domingo
Silverio Health Center (no longer in Philhealth’s list; check first)
Dr. A. Santos Ave., San Antonio Valley 2
Grgy. San Isidro, Paranaque
Mayor Delfin C. Salonga Health Center (no longer in Philhealth’s list; check first)
Emerald Ave., Emerald Subd., Sto. Rosario
Angono Rural Health Unit (no longer in Philhealth’s list; check first)
Taytay RHU Animal Bite Treatment Center (no longer in Philhealth’s list; check first)
J. Asilo corner Sumulong St.
Brgy. San Isidro, Taytay, Rizal
Note: Philhealth will reimburse part of costs of animal bite treatment ONLY at Animal Bite Treatment centers certified by the DOH and accredited by Philhealth.
Here’s a list of DOH-accredited animal bite centers, which may or may not be accredited by Philhealth