In celebration of National Walk to School Day on October 10th, the team wants to remind parents and children on the importance of exercise, including walking, as a path to ensure health and wellness in all of us.

Since the beginning of the National Walk to School Day program, more than 8.2 million students from around the world have participated, and this year thousands of schools and communities from around the country will join next week.

There are numerous benefits in establishing a regular exercise routine for children. According to the National Institute of Health, regular exercise benefits include:

  • Feel less stressed
  • Feel better about themselves
  • Feel more ready to learn at school
  • Keep a healthy weight
  • Build and keep healthy bones, muscles and joints
  • Sleep better at night

In addition to establishing a healthy exercise routine for children, accuracy of medical records for school nurses is essential in case of illness or injury.

“There are many opportunities for serious mistakes and costly mishaps when delivering health care to students,” said  Dr. Michael Ambrose, Owner and Director of “The Electronic Health Record provides higher quality documentation that is legible and organized, to make school clinics more efficient and help school nurses avoid mistakes.” is the most comprehensive solution to help ensure the health and safety of children while they are attending school.   The suite includes its flagship electronic health record, as well as free online registrationtravel and emergency medical protection and  discounted medical supplies.

Schools interested in using the should visit or contact for more information.

About, a division of DocNetwork LLC, is an international, comprehensive electronic health record system, offering solutions to improve efficiency and maximize health and safety in school communities.  A collaborative effort between doctors, nurses and school directors, helps schools manage health forms, allergies/medications and illness/injury tracking. also offers free online registration, travel and emergency medical protection, discounted school medical supplies and emergency plan communications For more information about and web-based health management, please visit or call 734-629-5900.