PHILHEALTH RUN 2015
Now on its third year, PhilHealth Run 2015!
Register now and join this fun run while at the same time help fund GRACES (formerly Golden Acres), a home for the elderly. Big chunk of your registration fee ‘contribution’ can go a long way to sustain the needs of senior citizens under GRACES.
NCR RACE CATEGORIES AND REGISTRATION FEE
|RACE CATEGORY||REGISTRATION FEE||PARAPHERNALIA|
|Fun Run||150.00||Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)|
|3K||400.00||Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)|
|5K||600.00||Timing Chip, Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)|
|10K||750.00||Timing Chip, Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)|
|20K||900.00||Timing Chip, Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)|
RACE REGISTRATION AND KIT CLAIMING SITES
Local Health Insurance Offices (LHIO) DIRECTORY
Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm
|LHIO||ADDRESS||TELEPHONE #||CONTACT PERSON|
|NCR – SOUTH|
|LHIO PASIG||Ground floor, DAP Bldg., San Miguel Ave., Pasig City.||477-6805 / 477-6807||Gena ReyesAmy Carabaca|
|LHIO MAKATI||337 ITC Bldg., Jupiter St. cor., Reposo St., Makati City||897-1598 / 899-4506||Aristeo PalinesFilipinas San Victores|
|LHIO LAS PINAS||#471 Editha Bldg., Alabang – Zapote Rd. Las Piñas City||556-5687 / 556-5685||Michael Angelo YangErnie Tambunting|
|SM AURA BUSINESS CENTER||7th Floor Room 1 Philhealth Business Center, SM Aura Tower, BGC Taguig City||531-6730 / 531-6729||Danieth GonzalesDexter Sultan|
|NCR – CENTRAL|
|LHIO – QC||F. R. Estuar Bldg. #880 Quezon Ave., Q.C.||332-1557||Gelver VenturaJuvelene Portillano|
|LHIO-RIZAL||The Brick Road, Sta. Lucioa East Grand Mall, Marcos Hi-way cor. Felix Ave., Cainta, Rizal||646-7512||Allan PaguioRona DeVera|
|NCR – NORTH|
|LHIO-CALOOCAN||G/F REMCOR Industrial & Manufacturing Corporation 357 10th Ave., cor. B. Serrano Street, Grace Park, Caloocan City||3650464/3652014||Ophelia CapulongAbner Duron|
|LHIO – MANDALUYONG||#94 Liberty Bldg. Boni Ave., COR P. Cruz St., Brgy. San Jose, Mandaluyong City||5320968/5321905||John Michael SentinaNiña Cristina Villanueva|
|POEA||BFO Bldg. Ortigas Ave., cor EDSA, Mandaluyong City||7219414/7255178|
|LHIO-MANILA||1810 JARS Bldg. J.P. Laurel St., San Miguel Manila||5266344/5237039||Cathrina CuasayEr John Delos Reyes|
SCOPE OF ROUTE PER CATEGORY
- 3K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue – U-Turn in front of Central Avenue – back to Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance
- 5K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue – U-Turn in front of Luzon Avenue – back to Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance
- 10K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue – U-Turn in front of Meralco Commonwealth – back to Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance
- 20K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue – Right turn going Constitution Hill Road – Right turn going to Commonwealth Avenue – U-Turn at Regalado Avenue – back to Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance
NCR REGISRATION AND PAYMENT
Starting November 7, 2014 participants can register at any LHIOs or on-line through our website and shall pay the corresponding registration fee to any Philhealth Local Health Insurance Offices (LHIOs).
Race Rules and Regulations
- All participants must wear their assigned race bib pinned on the front of their singlet/shirt at all times from the time that they enter the runners’ corral until the time they reach the finish line.
- The race will employ the highest form of sportsmanship and fairplay. Any form of disrespect (cuss words or abusive language, deliberate spitting towards anybody, profane gestures, or the like) and/or acts of violence – as reported by a race judge, race marshal, or an organizing team member – against fellow race participants and to any member of the organizing committee shall be penalized with automatic disqualification.
- Except on the immediate island of the road included on the race route, race participants caught deviating from the race route/taking short cuts/exchanging their race bibs with another runner will automatically be disqualified from the race.
- Race participants in all race categories must be wearing the specifically assigned colored string/s, to be handed at designated spot along the course, upon crossing the finish line. Runners crossing the Finish Line without the accurate/complete colored string/s will be considered as DNF (did not finish).
- Any means or attempt to gain an unfair advantage such as elbowing, pushing, or deliberate tripping a fellow race participant is another ground for disqualification.
- Should a runner make a protest, s/he must put it in writing & submit the written protest to the Race Organizer within thirty (30) minutes of the announcement of the official race winners. A protester is also required to pay a P500 protest fee for every written protest submitted.
- All participants must reach the Finish Line by 8:30am in order to have their respective times included in the race results.
- The decision of the Race Organizer is final.
- Official time of all finishers will be published (on-line) a week after the race.
GOLDEN RECEPTION AND ACTION CENTER FOR THE ELDERLY AND OTHER SPECIAL CASES (GRACES)
GRACES is a residential care facility that provides care to male and female senior citizens 60 years old and above which is being managed by the DSWD-NCR. The services of the facility include:
- Provision of comprehensive and integrated delivery of rehabilitation services using inter-disciplinary approach
- Preparation for the re- integration of the older person to his/ her family or relatives or alternative caring institution/family
- Coordination with LGUs, GOs and NGOs for resources and services needed
Residential Care Services:
- Provision of comfortable living quarters, adequate food, clothing, and beddings to approximate family life
Occupational Therapy Services:
- Provision of varied occupational and recreational activities that aims to enhance the resident’s vocational skills and capacity to earn.
- Health and Medical Services:
- Provision of consultation, treatment and referral for physical and psychiatric examination to promote physical, psychological and mental well- being of the residents.
- Provision of appropriate meals to meet the needs of the residents.
- Socio- Recreational Services:
- Provision of activities and opportunities for social interaction, relaxation and fun among residents
- Spiritual Service:
- Provision of varied spiritual activities aimed at strengthening the resident’s faith and relationship with GOD.