Monday – Thursday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Closed 12:00 – 1:00 for Lunch
New Patient Forms
All new patients should complete the forms and keep the reference document for your files.
Save time before your first visit, by filling out paperwork at home.
When you have completed them, please sign, and bring them to your appointment at Midway Specialty Care.
Please call us if you have any questions about these forms. We look forward to serving you!
If you have trouble with the forms, you may also arrive at our office 15 minutes prior to your appointment and we can provide copies for you to fill out.
The mission of Midway Specialty Care Center, as a not-for-profit clinic, is to provide our patients a comprehensive infectious disease care center, with primary care, and access to behavioral health services, gynecological care and nutritional support. Our dedicated team of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, medical assistants, and pharmacists work to provide total patient care with dignity to those living with an infectious disease.
We accept most commercial insurances. Please call the office in advance to verify if we take your insurance. We also accept Medicaid and Medicare. If you do not have insurance, ask for a case manager to work with you on a self-payment option, using a sliding scale based on your household income and family size.
Dr. Daniel Warner obtained his Bachelor’s in Natural Sciences, a Doctorate in Medicine and Board Certified in Internal Medicine at SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse, NY prior to relocating to the Daytona Beach area in 1993. He joined Midway Specialty Care Center in April of 2023 in Ormond Beach. Dr. Warner is an accomplished Board-Certified Internal Medicine Physician-HIV/AIDS specialist with special interest in the advancements of HIV and hepatitis C medicine. Dr. Warner has been credentialed as an HIV provider with the American Academy of HIV Medicine since 1995.
Since then, Dr. Warner has been the HIV/AIDS Physician and Medical Director for the Care Center in Daytona Beach until July of 2001 when he opened his private practice. Dr. Warner actively enrolled patients as the principal investigator where he oversaw several phase 2b to phase 4 clinical trials for HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.
He has given a myriad of presentations and lectures around the country and is published in many medical journal articles. He has received numerous awards including “Active Teacher and Family Practice” from the American Academy of Family Physicians and The “Excellence Awards” for health care in HIV/AIDS patients in Volusia/Flagler Counties. Dr. Warner is the past president of the American Academy of HIV Medicine/Florida Chapter, as well as serving as the secretary for the National Board Directors of the American Academy of HIV Medicine.
Dr. Warner is a past Medical Educator Director for Positive Healthcare-Florida. He is a former board member for Florida Aids Action, a member of the American Medical Society, International Association of Physicians in AIDS care and the American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine. Dr. Warner’s abstract entitled: “Early Experience with Baseline HIV Genotyping,” a study evaluating resistance to HIV medications and newly diagnosed patients to determine if there is a resistance in our community, was accepted for a poster and presented at the XIV International AIDS Conference in Barcelona in 2012. He is an accomplished speaker for multiple pharmaceutical companies as well as a clinical advisor to numerous pharmaceutical companies.
Dr. Warner lives in Flagler Beach and is a proud father of 3 loving children.
All patients are expected to be an active participant in their health care by:
It is the policy of Midway Specialty Care Center to provide a safe environment for patients and employees. The wearing of masks is an integral factor in preventing the spread of respiratory infections.
Patients/clients will be asked to wear a mask upon arrival at any Midway facility under the following circumstances:
Midway reserves the right to refuse accommodation for patients who exhibit any signs and or symptoms of respiratory infection and refuse to wear a mask when asked to do so.
All employees are encouraged to wear masks when in close contact with patients/clients.