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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

  1. 3K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue – U-Turn in front of Central Avenue  –  back to  Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance

 

  1. 5K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue – U-Turn in front of Luzon Avenue – back to Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance

 

  1. 10K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue – U-Turn in front of Meralco Commonwealth – back to Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance
  1. 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).

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PhilHealth Run 2015 singlet design

SINGLET DESIGN

 

Phlhealth run race info sheet 3K

3K ROUTE MAP

 

Phlhealth run race info sheet 5K

5K ROUTE MAP

 

Phlhealth run race info sheet 10K

10K ROUTE MAP

 

Phlhealth run race info sheet 20K

20K ROUTE MAP

 

Philhealth Run Parking Areas

Philhealth Run Traffic Advisory 4ft x 8ft

Race Rules and Regulations

 

  1. 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.

 

  1. 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.

 

  1. 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.

 

  1. 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).

 

  1. 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.

 

  1. 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.

 

  1. All participants must reach the Finish Line by 8:30am in order to have their respective times included in the race results.

 

  1. The decision of the Race Organizer is final.
  1. Official time of all finishers will be published (on-line) a week after the race.

BENEFICIARY:

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:

Social Services:

  • 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.

Dietary Services:

  • 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.
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