Medical Services Plan Premiums

 

Revenue Services of British Columbia (RSBC) provides billing and collections services for the Medical Services Plan (MSP) on behalf of the Province of BC.

Make a Payment

Pay online now with just your account number and credit card. 

Your account number begins with X36 and is at the top of your invoice. Your payment account number is not your Personal Health Number (PHN). See a sample invoice.

Any credit you have on your MSP account that qualifies for a refund may be applied to any outstanding account you have with the Province of British Columbia.

MSP Premiums are eliminated as of Jan. 1, 2020. MSP coverage remains mandatory for all BC residents. Visit gov.bc.ca/MSP/premium-elimination

Elimination of MSP premiums does not forgive you from paying outstanding premiums owed. MSP premium debts from before Jan. 1, 2020 will remain payable.

Online Services

Enable online access to:

  • See your account balance
  • Set up Pre-authorized Auto Payments with your credit card or a bank withdrawal
  • Get eBill paperless invoicing - get monthly invoice notifications by email
  • View and download your monthly invoices and account history online

Group Plan Administrators

If you are attempting to pay MSP premiums for your group plan (account numbers beginning with X34), please visit: Payment Options for Group Plan Administrators

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Managing your MSP Account

MSP is administered by Health Insurance BC. MSP coverage is mandatory for British Columbia residents. Premiums are invoiced monthly, prior to the coverage month. You may pay in advance for any amount. Advance payments do not protect against premium rate changes. 

For questions about MSP coverage, including enrollment, cancelling coverage, adding and removing family members, and changes to your account:

Go to Managing your MSP Account on Gov.bc.ca

Or call or visit Health Insurance BC

Lower Mainland: 604 683-7151
Elsewhere in B.C.: 1 800 663-7100 (toll-free)

Assistance is available for MSP premium payments.  Learn more about Regular and Temporary Premium Assistance on Gov.bc.ca

Your personal information will be collected in accordance with section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. For more information, see Privacy.