Price List Of Several Medical, Surgical Cases Paid By PhilHealth
Here is the list of the amount of several medical and surgical cases paid by PhilHealth for their members who count and rely on their assistance.
The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) is a government agency that provides assistance in paying our hospital bills. Medical and surgical services in both public and private hospitals might be so expensive and non-affordable especially for the poor, good thing PhilHealth provides assistance in paying the hospital bills of their members.
This corporation pays the medical care of the poor who can’t afford to pay their bills. Its beneficiaries can avail certain package of services such as outpatient treatment for tuberculosis and malaria, deliveries, surgeries, inpatient care, and other health-related issues.
Today, many people go to PhilHealth and signing up to be one of its members and to avail the benefits offered by the national health insurance. Here is the price list of some medical and surgical services pays by PhilHealth.
Medical Cases (in Php)
- Dengue I (Dengue fever, DHF grades I & II) – 8,000
- Dengue II (DHF grades III & IV) – 16,000
- Pneumonia I (moderate risk) – 15,000
- Pneumonia II (high risk) – 32,000
- Essential Hypertension – 9,000
- Cerebral Infarction (CVA-I) – 28,000
- Cerebral Hemorrhage (CVA-II) – 38,000
- Acute Gastroenteritis (AGE) – 6,000
- Asthma – 9,000
- Typhoid Fever – 14,000
- Newborn Care Package in Hospitals and Lying in Clinics – 1,750
Surgical Cases (in Php)
- Radiotherapy – 3,000
- Hemodialysis – 4,000
- Maternity Care Package (MCP) – 8,000
- NSD Package in Level I Hospitals – 8,000
- NSD Package in Levels 2 to 4 Hospitals – 6,500
- Caesarean Section – 19,000
- Appendectomy – 24,000
- Cholecystectomy – 31,000
- Dilatation and Curettage – 11,000
- Thyroidectomy – 31,000
- Herniorrhaphy – 21,000
- Mastectomy – 22,000
- Hysterectomy – 30,000
- Cataract Surgery – 16,000
Confirmation of bills on the hospitals or to the doctors is the best to assure the fees that will be charged to the account of PhilHealth members.