Contacting Dr. Carson
With groups of all ages, Dr. Ben Carson shares the philosophies that have enabled him to overcome obstacles in his personal, professional, and spiritual life. The lessons he has learned about himself and the world have enabled him to leave behind a life of poverty in America's inner cities for that of a successful and highly respected surgeon, businessman, and motivational speaker.
In boardrooms, school auditoriums, books, and churches, Dr. Carson tells his audiences that the keys to a life of satisfaction, accomplishment, and peace lie in one's ability to discover his or her potential for excellence; the acquisition of knowledge to develop it; and a willingness to help others. Education, he says, is liberation.
He introduces young people to the wealth of opportunities and lifestyles that exist in intellectual pursuits, far beyond the narrow worlds of sports and entertainment, so mistakenly glorified in today's celebrity culture of TV, movies, and popular music. He calls upon us all to strive for excellence and recognize our God-given abilities.
If you are interested in inviting Dr. Ben Carson to speak at your next conference or event, please contact the Washington Speakers Bureau.
Several times each year, Dr. Carson gives "Think Big" presentations to children and adults from schools, youth groups, and camps. To learn more, visit our Think Big page.
Letters to Dr. Carson
If you would like to write Dr. Carson, please use the following address:
Benjamin Carson, M.D.
305 W. Chesapeake Ave Suite 310
Towson, MD 21204
Please include an email address in your letter, as Dr. Carson cannot always respond by post.
If you would like to get in contact with Dr. Carson's office in regards to a pediatric neurosurgery or a trigeminal neuralgia problem - please call the The Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Neurosurgery at 410-955-7888.
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