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Warner, Benjamin Welton, MD

Affiliated with Novant Health
4.87 out of 5 | 109 reviews
Novant Health Arbor Pediatrics
(336) 277-1650
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Patient Comments 12 reviews
May 29, 2022
Trust Dr, Warren with my child’s life. He is the best.
-Patient in WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina

May 21, 2022
Love it here.
-Patient in LEWISVILLE, North Carolina

May 20, 2022
We love Dr Warner! He is an awesome and caring doctor
-Patient in EAST BEND, North Carolina

May 14, 2022
All 4 of my kids have been coming here, and I love it now and have always loved it, and how they care for the children.
-Patient in WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina

April 06, 2022
Really exceptional service. The nurse or tech met me at my car with an umbrella. They saw me first thing.
-Patient in KERNERSVILLE, North Carolina


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Novant Health Arbor Pediatrics
(336) 277-1650

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Graduate School:
Wake Forest University

Medical School:
Wake Forest University

Wake Forest University School of Medicine 2007

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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