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Edward Otten, MD, has been called upon to help in natural disasters as part of his wilderness medicine training.
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Edward Otten, MD, has been called upon to help in natural disasters as part of his wilderness medicine training.
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Publish Date: 07/11/13
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Otten Receives Kenyon College Humanitarium Award

Edward "Mel” Otten, MD, professor of emergency medicine, received the 2012-2013 Kenyon College Alumni Council Humanitarian Service Award. 

The award is given by the Kenyon College Alumni Council to alumni who have demonstrated a lifelong commitment to humanitarian service. The council noted Otten’s service as a medic in the U.S. Army and long career as a "born helper and teacher.”

Otten is also associate medical director for the Cincinnati Drug and Poison Information Center, chief medical officer of the KY-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team, and leader of Hamilton County's SWAT and Urban Search and Rescue teams.



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