Antonio Hardan MD

  • Antonio Hardan
  • "Parents and clinicians share the same goal — to make the child’s life better."

I work primary with children who have autism and/or intellectual disability. Over the years, I have been so inspired by the unwavering commitment parents have for their children. As a physician, my goal is to match that commitment through dedicated, personalized care. I may not be able to provide a cure, but I can improve a child’s quality of life, helping the whole family to enjoy life together more.

Parents who care for children with autism and/or intellectual disability have significant stress. I understand how exhausted they may feel, and believe that listening, supporting and educating them can help alleviate some of that stress and make caring for their child a little easier. I aim to provide a comprehensive approach and evidence-based medical care in a supportive environment to each family I meet. I have a shared goal with parents — to make their child’s life better.

Work and Education

Professional Education

St Joseph's University, Beirut, Lebanon, 1988


St Elizabeth Hospital, Washington, DC, 1991


Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY, 1993


University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 1996

Board Certifications

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Years on our staff:


Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent