Forgotten your PhilHealth PIN, MDR & Validity? No need to fall in line, get it online!


The Philippine Health Insurance or ‘PhilHealth’, as what it is known to many Filipinos is a national health insurance program of the Philippine government.

Once registered as a member, you’ll be assigned a Personal Identification Number (PIN).

You then use this PIN to pay the required membership contributions. Obviously, if you used an incorrect PIN when paying your contribution, another PhilHealth member may benefit from your hard-earned money.

As what is posted on its website, the agency reminds us,

“Siguraduhin tama ang iyong PIN upang hindi maitala sa ibang miyembro ang iyong hulog.”

Recently, we received a lot of questions about how to recover forgotten/lost PIN.

If you happen to have the same concern, you can recover your PIN by following some easy steps detailed on this other blog post.

Lost your PhilHealth PIN? Don’t worry, it’s just one text away!

Moving on, you can check your latest date of payment, and the validity of your health insurance through the Member Data Record (MDR).

Take note that in times of confinement, some hospitals may still require you to provide a hard copy of  MDR for your expenses to be covered. These hospitals most likely don’t have access to PhilHealth’s ‘My PhilHealth Portal’ facility.

Nevertheless, you can always secure a personal copy of your MDR. Read on, we will teach you how.

How to get MDR


There are two ways to get an updated copy of MDR.

1.) Get a copy from any PhilHealth office near you

Here is PhilHealth Head Office’s contact details.

Head Office Address
Citystate Centre, 709 Shaw Blvd.,
1603 Pasig City, Philippines

While on this link, you can find the directory of the regional offices.

Moreover, PhilHealth Express centers can be found inside:

  • Robinsons Manila
  • LRT North Mall, Caloocan
  • Robinsons Otis
  • Robinsons Malabon, and
  • Lucky Chinatown, Binondo, Manila

2.) You may request a copy to be sent straight to your email.

Here’s how to request for an electronic copy.

a. Open your email and write a message to

b. In your message, write your correct and complete:


c. Send your message and wait for PhilHealth’s reply!

d. Once an electronic copy of your MDR was emailed, print and keep a copy of it for future use.

For more inquiries, you may want to contact PhilHealth.

Corporate Action Center: (02) 441-7442

OFW mobile phone: +63917-5129149

Corporate Action Center:

OFP Operation Center:

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93 replies »

  1. Nagregister po ako. kaso mali ung nailagay na iemail.wala po ako marirecieve na PIN at PASSWORD sa email. di na po makapagregister ng bago kasi kelangan po iactivate sa email na did not exist nmn kasi mali. nailgay dapat ay please help i need to print po ng MDR


  2. Nagpunta ako sa philhealth imus, hinihinguan ako ng 200 for activation daw ng philhealth ko, may bayad poba talaga un? Nahingi ako ng mdr ko, pero hinihingan ako 200. Sayang lang tuloy ang pamasahe at oras ng punta ko 😢


  3. Hi Ma’am/ Sir good afternoon. Help naman po pa-retrieve ng Philhealth number ko po. Already sent an email to and a pm to your FB page but received no reply yet. Hope to hear from you soon. Thank you.


    • Na receive ko ung reply ng philheath 1 month after i send the request, dyos ko grabeng bagal, mabuti pa kung may time kayu, pumunta na lang kayo ng perrsonal sa nearest branch ng Philhealth.


  4. Hello. I need my MDR dku alam if nkapag regster nba ako pero kasi pag nagreregister ako. Name already exist daw po.
    Pwede po ba malaman ang philhealth MDR at PIN ko.. Ty po


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