Dr. Brian Flowers has achieved many successes in his career. He is a nationally-recognized eye doctor who has traveled the world teaching others the latest advancements in the areas of eye health and glaucoma. He’s studied at some of the nation’s finest schools and also has a successful practice in Fort Worth. For Dr. Flowers giving back extends beyond the walls of his office. He volunteers with HOPE Farm, a local organization that gives young men the tools they need to become leaders in their communities.
It’s been more than four years since Dr. Flowers became involved with Helping Other People Excel (HOPE) Farm. After a friend told him about the great things the organization was doing to give young men the tools they need to reach their goals, he knew he wanted to get involved.
Dr. Flowers is a native New Yorker. In 1998, he and his wife moved to Fort Worth where he opened his own practice with local eye specialists, Ophthalmology Associates.
Since his arrival to North Texas, Flowers has worked hard to make a name for himself in Tarrant County. He’s become a leader in the field of glaucoma and is one of only a few ophthalmologists in North Texas that specializes in pediatric glaucoma. Flowers is focused on finding the best care options for his patients and is actively engaged in ongoing research and clinical trials.
In addition to caring for patients in Fort Worth, Dr. Flowers is actively involved with national and local healthcare and community organizations. He’s been recognized for his work in the field of glaucoma and his research has been published in national medical publications. A little known fact about him is he’s an accomplished tennis player who was once ranked No.7 in the country among junior singles players.
HOPE Farm opened in 1990 and is a non-profit organization that provides at-risk young men from single mother homes mentoring services, after school care, and the principles of manhood which include, accountability, social skills, biblical truths, and academic and athletic support. For more information about HOPE Farm and how you can get involved, visit www.hopefarminc.org.
Dr. Flowers is a practicing physician serving North Texas patients for more than 14 years. He’s been a member of North Texas Specialty Physicians (NTSP), an independent physician association, since 1999.
The NTSP Charitable Fund is a 501(c)(3) organization created by NTSP that strives to support organizations that align well with its mission of driving innovations in the coordination and integration of safe and effective patient care in the North Texas region.