Kenneth Flowe, MD, FAAEP, MBA, Recognized by the American Association of Physician Specialists

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Dr. Kenneth Flowe of Willmar, MN, recently received the prestigious E.O. Martin Award by the American Association of Physician Specialists, Inc.® (AAPS) at its recent annual meeting in Orlando, FL. Dr. Flowe received the honor for distinguishing himself through contributions to the organization, medical profession and community.

The E.O. Martin Award is the highest honor bestowed upon individuals by the AAPS, the governing body of the American Board of Physician Specialties® (ABPS). The award is named in honor of E.O. Martin, DO, FAASS, founder of the AAPS. Each year, the E.O. Martin Award Committee honors an individual or individuals who have made a significant contribution to the AAPS, affiliated Academies of Medicine and Boards of Certification, the medical profession and community.

Dr. Flowe’s career and personal commitment to AAPS have exemplified the meaning of the E.O. Martin award. He has been involved with AAPS since the mid-1990s and has served the organization in various leadership roles including President of the American Academy of Emergency Physicians (AAEP), as Chair of the AAPS continuing education committee (CME), and as President of the AAPS Board of Directors.

He became board certified in Emergency Medicine with the Board of Certification in Emergency Medicine (BCEM) in 2002 and became an AAPS Fellow in Emergency Medicine (EM) and ABPS Physician of the Year in EM, both in 2006.

About Dr. Flowe
Dr. Flowe is the Chief Medical Officer at Carris Health - Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar where he practices emergency and administrative medicine. His passion in caring for patients is reflected in both practices – individually in the emergency department, and with his colleagues to facilitate access and great care among populations of patients.