Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Register Your Company with PhilHealth

Whether you own a new company or you're a new employer with household help, be sure to register with PhilHealth as an employer so that you could provide your employees with social health insurance coverage as administered by PhilHealth.

Below is your guide on how to register the company to PhilHealth.

Basic Documentary Requirements for private employers:
  • Single Proprietorships:
    • Business permit and/or license to operate;
    • Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Registration.
  • Partnerships and Corporations:
    • Business permit and/or license to operate;
    • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Registration.
  • Foundation and Non-profit organizations:
    • Business permit and/or license to operate;
    • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Registration.
  • Cooperatives:
    • Business permit and/or license to operate;
    • Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) Registration.
  • Backyard industries/ventures and micro-business enterprises:
    • Business permit and/or license to operate;
    • Barangay Certification and/or Mayor's Permit.

What to do?
  • Fill-out the Employer Data Record (ER-1) Form in two (2) copies. You may download the form here;
  • Attach the documentary requirements in the ER-1 form and submit to any PhilHealth Offices near you;
  • When PhilHealth has finished processing your application, you will receive your PhilHealth Employer Number (PEN) and a copy of the Employer Data Record as well as the Certificate of Registration;
  • Post your Certificate of Registration in your office as proof that you have been registration.

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