Philhealth Run 2015 on February 15 as their 20th Anniversary Event Kick-off

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In celebration of our 20th year in February 2015, we are organizing a Nationwide, Simultaneous Run primarily to promote and advocate the benefits and services that we provide to our members.

The Run is envisioned to generate public awareness about the health care benefits that each and every member is entitled to, and how these may be availed of. The Run’s carrier theme is the primary care benefit package or ‘TSeKaP’ (Tamang Serbisyo para sa Kalusugan ng Pamilya) to instill among target participants, particularly those in the vulnerable sectors of society, the importance of having a first line of defense against costly hospitalization. Thus, the Run is dubbed “PhilHealth: Ready, TSeKaP, Go!”.

At the same time, the Run is also intended to showcase our selflessness as an organization, of instilling generosity, of welcoming every opportunity to share resources for the improvement of the plight of others. It hopes to similarly promote among Run participants the value of paying it forward, of sharing one’s blessings to those who are in need, to articulate our commitment to be of value to others through the responsible conduct of our corporate activities.

philhealth_20_years_logo_on_negosentro1. Why should I join the PhilHealth Run?

Every PhilHealth member must be actively involved in initiatives designed to help increase his awareness of what medical care benefits he is entitled to. The PhilHealth Run 2015 is one such event and since we want to empower you with the right information about your PhilHealth benefits, we want you to be part of next year’s biggest Philippine Run ever!

2. Who may join this event?

PhilHealth: Ready, TSeKaP, Go! is open to everyone – just make sure you are physically fit to run at least 3 kilometers. Minors who wish to participate must have the waivers signed by a parent or guardian.

3. How do I register?

Choose the venue where you intend to run, download the registration form, fill it out completely, bring it to the nearest PhilHealth office in your locality, and pay the registration fee depending on the Run category that you have chosen. Keep the receipt and take note of the date when the Race kits will be distributed.

4. Where are the race sites of the PhilHealth Run?

The PhilHealth Run will be held in the following sites:

  • Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City
  • Burnham Park, Baguio City
  • Dagupan City
  • Tuguegarao City
  • Remy Field, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo, Zambales
  • Pacific Mall, Landco Business Park, Lucena City
  • SM City Lipa, Batangas
  • SM Grounds, Naga City
  • SM City Iloilo
  • Sumilon Road, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City
  • Balyuan Grounds, Tacloban City
  • SM Ecoland, Davao City
  • Jaycee Ave., SMRAA Sports Complex, Koronadal City

5. Who are the beneficiaries of the Run?

Proceeds of the Run will go to beneficiary institutions that primarily cater to the vulnerable sectors of society. These institutions will be identified by each of the participating Regional Offices and will receive the proceeds at the end of the Run.

6. What are the race categories, registration fees, and inclusions?

There are mainly four (4) Run categories to choose from: 3K, 5K, 10K, and 20K. However, there are sites that offer additional categories like fun run for kids. The corresponding registration fees and inclusions are likewise custom-made per host-Region. Kindly refer to the Race Venues tab in this website for the details.

7. Is the registration fee refundable or transferrable and may I change my race category?

The registration fee is neither refundable nor transferrable. Should you wish to change your race category after payment of previous registration, you must re-register in the new category.

8. Will there be a Finisher’s Medal given to the race participants?

Medals will be given to 20K finishers.

9. Can I run with my child in the Kiddie race category?

Parents and guardians of participants in the Kiddie race category are encouraged to join and run with their children. Participants who are 7 to 12 years old may run the course unassisted, while children below the age of 7 must run with a parent and/or guardian. Accompanying adults must also register under the Kiddie race category and pay the corresponding fee.

10. Is there a place for me to deposit my bags?

Baggage deposit area will be made available for Run participants. We will make sure to take good care of your belongings, however, organizers are not responsible for any loss or damage to these items.

11. What are the prizes to be awarded?

Prizes for each category vary per host-Region. Kindly refer to the Race Venues tab on the website for the details.

12. Where can I direct my inquiries about the PhilHealth Run?

For more inquiries about the PhilHealth Run 2015, please get in touch with any of the registration sites listed for the race venue you have chosen.

Choose your race venue:

NCR

Quezon City – Quezon City Memorial Circle

North Luzon

Baguio Subic Dagupan Tuguegarao

South Luzon

Naga Lipa Lucena

Visayas

Iloilo Cebu Tacloban

Mindanao

Davao Koronadal

Registration Fee

Race Category Registration Fee Inclusions
Fun Run 3K P150.00 Bib, Safety Pin
3K P400.00 Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)
5K P600.00 Timing Chip, Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)
10K P750.00 Timing Chip, Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)
20K P900.00 Timing Chip, Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin), Finisher Shirt, Medal

 

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[In photo: In photo: Philhealth CEO Alex Padilla]

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