Do you need to transact with PhilHealth but have prior commitments preventing you from going there personally? Learn how to make an authorization letter so your representative can transact with them on your behalf. This article will show you how.
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What Is an Authorization Letter?
If you have engagements during office hours and can’t easily make a trip to the PhilHealth office, you may authorize someone to transact with PhilHealth on your behalf.
To give your representative permission to carry out this task, write a letter of authorization. This letter authorizes that person to make decisions regarding your finances, legal concerns, and medical care on your behalf.
Sample Authorization Letter for PhilHealth
Below is a sample letter for this purpose.
(City, Zip code)
Philippine Health Insurance Corporation
(Address of Office)
(City, Zip code)
To Whom It May Concern:
I’m ____________, and I live in _______________. Since______, I have been a member of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation.
I give my (relation to the representative), (Name of Representative), permission to process and release any updates to my member information for PhilHealth under the PhilHealth number__________.
I would like to (Indicate Purpose/Request, ie., Registration/Update or Amend Membership/Payment of Premiums) but I am unable to visit your office because I am (Reason why you cannot go to the office).
On this matter, I humbly ask for your cooperation and support.
Call me at (Contact number) if you have any queries or need more confirmations.
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