The following weekend Leinster will be involved in their fourth successive RaboDirect PRO12 Final, once again at their home ground in Dublin, before heading to the southern hemisphere for his first Lions tour.
"You can't really measure it. It is one of those things that you'd love to do so to now get that opportunity it is pretty good," Healy told Sky Sports.
"It is hard to keep our mind on Leinster, but we have got to switch back off and go home and do the domestic job to get ourselves back here after."
Healy faces intense competition for a place in the Test team, with the first choice loose head from the last two tours, Gethin Jenkins, making a third trip and England's Mako Vunipola also vying for the No 1 jersey.
Healy knows that he can only focus on continuing to work hard and winning two more trophies would certainly give his chances a boost before departure on Monday, 27 May.
"We haven't had a big meeting yet, it is just come as you are and all that will be sorted out after," he added.
"Everyone knows that you play your best rugby then you'll get picked. I am sure that is what everyone will have on their minds."