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Warner, Benjamin Welton, MD

Affiliated with Novant Health
4.83 out of 5 | 92 reviews
Pediatrics
Novant Health Arbor Pediatrics
(336) 277-1650
Ratings
4.83
Overall rating
4.45
Administration and Staff
4.72
Medically Informed Visit
4.83
Bedside Manner
4.88
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Comments
Patient Comments 14 reviews
March 07, 2022
Dr. Warner is the best. He explains things so that even my 8 year can understand what’s going on
-Patient in WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina

March 05, 2022
The nurse and dr. Warner are the best. They make me feel like family and that speaks volumes.
-Patient in WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina

March 02, 2022
Fantastic place .
-Patient in LEXINGTON, North Carolina

December 17, 2021
The staff and provider were very professional and knowledgeable.
-Patient in WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina

December 16, 2021
Thank you so very much for all your help and a wonderful team!
-Patient in WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina



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Practice locations
Novant Health Arbor Pediatrics
(336) 277-1650


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Education
Graduate School:
Wake Forest University
(2006)

Medical School:
Wake Forest University
(2006)

Internship:
Wake Forest University School of Medicine 2007

Board Certifications:
Pediatrics


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Ben Warner, MD, believes that being a good listener is just as vital to being a pediatrician as medical knowledge. His goal at each visit is for parents to feel they are better able to care for their children and all their questions have been answered. While Dr. Warner enjoys most every aspect of pediatrics, he is especially interested in issues related to domestic and international adoptions. He also enjoys helping children and parents dealing with developmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorders and Down syndrome. A lifelong North Carolinian, Dr. Warner and his wife enjoy the charm of Winston-Salem and love living there with their daughter, Annie Kate, and their two dogs, Maddie and Camp.

Gender: Male