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Charles Bolles Bolles-Rogers Award

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Background

The late Mr. Charles Bolles Bolles-Rogers established this award, originally called the St. Barnabas Bowl, in 1951. Mr. Bolles-Rogers served on the St. Barnabas Hospital Board of Trustees and was President of that Board for many years.

Mr. Bolles-Rogers died in 1975 at the age of 91 but prior to his death, he made provision for this award to be funded in perpetuity.
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Shotwell Award Recipients

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2016 - Patricia F. Walker, M.D.

2015- EDWARD P. EHLINGER,M.D., M.S.P.H.

2014 - ROBERT G. HAUSER, M.D., F.A.C.C, F.H.R.S

2013 - GLEN D. NELSON, M.D.
Chairman of GDN Holdings, LLC (Aviation, Medical Products and Services) with a focus on assisting healthcare startup ventures in Minnesota.

2012 - SENATOR LINDA BERGLIN
Served in the MN House of Representatives, 1973-80 (District 59A) and in the Senate 1981-2011 (Districts 59, 60, 61).

2011 - MARY BRAINERD
President and CEO for HealthPartners.

2010 - FRANK CERRA, M.D.
First to hold the dual position of Senior Vice President of the Academic Health Center and Dean, University of Minnesota Medical School.

2009 - KENT S. WILSON, M.D.
Medical director, Honoring Choices Minnesota, an advanced care planning process.

2008 - ROBERT A. VAN TASSEL, M.D.
Founder, Minneapolis Heart Institute.

2007 - A. Stuart Hanson, M.D.
Park Nicollet Physician who took the lead over several decades on the tobacco issue and abuse in the medical workplace among other public health issues.

2006 - MARY ANN BLADE
CEO, Minnesota Visiting Nurse Agency. MVNA provides an enormous amount of public health nursing care to our community. 

2005 - RONALD E. CRANFORD, M.D.
Contributed to the field of clinical ethics/neuroethics since 1970s and participated in commissions, task forces, and publications on issues including defining death, persistent vegetative state, and ethical issues regarding the terminally ill.

2004 - ALFRED F. MICHAEL, M.D.
Dean of the U of M Medical School, leader, administrator, researcher, and clinician. He has made a career of making contributions to the medical school and is noted as having made a tremendous impact on medicine. He was involved in the first ever-external renal biopsy in a child. His biggest accomplishment is in turning around the medical school with defined areas of focus and faculty recruitment.

2003 - WILLIAM E. JACOTT, M.D.
Head, Department of Family Practice, U of M Medical School; AMA Commissioner and Board Chair, JCAHO; Trustee, American Medical Association; and Family Physician, Duluth, MN.

2002 - MICHAEL T. OSTERHOLM, PH.D.
Visionary efforts of educating the public and health care community on the threat of Bioterrorism and preeminence in field of epidemiology.

2001 - PAUL G. QUIE, M.D. 
Pediatric Infectious Diseases.

2001 - GORDON SPRENGER
President & CEO, Allina Health System.

2000 - DONNELL D. ETZWILER, M.D.
International Diabetes Center at Park Nicollet Clinic

1999 - WINSTON R. WALLIN
University of Minnesota Academic Health Center

1998 - THOMAS SWAIN
Chair, Minnesota Health Care Commission.

1997 - CARL PLATOU
Created the model for hospital systems; established the St. Thomas University MBA Program for physicians and clinic managers.

1996 - WILLIAM E. PETERSEN, M.D.
First Vice President for Medical Affairs, Abbott-Northwestern Hospital.

1995 - SISTER MARY MADONNA ASHTON
President and Chief Executive Officer, Carondelet LifeCare Ministries.

1994 - THOMAS W. HOBAN
Chief Executive Officer/Executive Vice President, Hennepin Medical Society.

1993 - ARNOLD S. ANDERSON, M.D.
Founder, St. Louis Park Medical Center, and Founder, Minneapolis Children’s Medical Center.

1991 - ALVIN L. SCHULTZ, M.D.
Sr. Vice President, Medical Affairs, HealthOne Corporation Chief of Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center.

1990 - STANLEY COWLE

1989 - M. ELIZABETH CRAIG, M.D.

1988 - JAY PHILLIPS

1987 - PAUL BLAKE, M.D.

1986 - MAURICE MCKAY

1985 - NEAL L. GAULT, JR., M.D.

1984 - ROBERT O. QUELLO, M.D.

1983 - CARL GUSTAFSON

1982 - SISTER MARY BRIGH CASSIDY

1981 - LYLE A. FRENCH, M.D.

1980 - ROBERT T. KELLY, M.D.

1979 - MARVIN BORMAN
President, West Metro Trustee Council.

1978 - RICHARD FREY, M.D.

1977 - RICHARD E. YADEAU, M.D.

1976 - O. L. NORMAN NELSON, M.D.

1975 - FRANK JOHNSON, M.D.; THEODORE H. PETERSON, M.D.; JOSEPH KISER, M.D.

1974 - GERRY MORSE
President of Council of Community Hospitals; member of Blue Cross Board of Directors; Chairman of Twin City Health Care Development Project; State Board of Human Rights

1973 - RICHARD ANONSEN, M.D.
President, Foundation for Health Care Evaluation.

1972 - THOMAS P. COOK
Executive Secretary, Hennepin County Medical Society.

1971 - ROBERT NEFF BARR, M.D.
Secretary and Executive Officer of the Minnesota Department of Health.

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