ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, November 27, 2018 — The DocNetwork team, creators of and, are excited to announce a new partnership with Ann Arbor’s Parks and Recreation Adopt-A-Park program.  Starting in Spring 2019, DocNetwork team members will volunteer their time at Buhr Park as a benefit to local families and children.  

Volunteering has always been core to the DNA of DocNetwork, and the deep roots the company has within Ann Arbor. When asked about the company’s value of encouraging employees to volunteer locally, Dr. Michael Ambrose, Owner and Director of DocNetwork replied, “Ann Arbor has been home to DocNetwork for almost a decade now, with many of our team members living here locally. Giving back to a community through volunteering initiatives is an important part of who we are and what we do every day.”

Why the Adopt-A-Park Program?

The Adopt-A-Park program was chosen as a reflection of the team’s appreciation for nature and their desire to spend more time outdoors. A few focus areas at the park will include planting flowers, mulching playgrounds and walkways, and managing overgrowth in the multiple “rain gardens”.  These rain gardens are unique features at Buhr Park and consist of native vegetation, shrubs, perennials, and flowers which are planted in low-lying areas to hold and absorb runoff from rainwater and snowmelt. Their maintenance will not only benefit the park’s beautification, but greatly reduce the risk of flooding to the adjoining streets, properties, and school grounds. The DocNetwork team will have dedicated volunteer days scheduled throughout 2019 to make these continuous improvements.

Buhr Park is a beautiful 39-acre park on the South-central side of Ann Arbor.  It features tennis and basketball courts, open fields, a sledding hill, an outdoor pool, and a seasonal ice rink.  You can learn more about Ann Arbor’s Adopt-A-Park program online or contact your local parks department to discover volunteer opportunities near you.

About DocNetwork LLC
DocNetwork is an international, comprehensive electronic health record system, offering solutions to improve efficiency and maximize safety in local camp, child care, and school communities.  A collaborative effort between doctors, nurses and directors, DocNetwork helps manage health forms, allergies, medications and illness/injury tracking. DocNetwork also offers free online registration, travel and emergency medical protection, discounted camp medical supplies, and one-way parent emails for children at summer camp.  For more information about DocNetwork and web-based health management, please visit or call 734-619-8300.