Dr. Antwan is the Chief of Neurology at Hudson Regional Hospital. He is board-certified in neurology and is dedicated to providing his patients with the best quality care possible. He treats a wide variety of issues, including migraines, seizure disorders, strokes, multiple sclerosis, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, vertigo, and other neurological and neuromuscular diseases.
Dr. Ahad spends time with his patients, making sure their questions are answered and they are comfortable with their treatment plan. “I treat all of my patients the way I would want to be treated,” he says. “I give them the time, and care, that they need.”
Dr. Ahad, who attended medical school in Syria, remains on the cutting edge of his field through continuing education and attendance at major conferences each year. “The more I learn,” he says, “the better I can help my patients.” He speaks Arabic and can also communicate well in the Armenian and Aramaic languages.
Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center - Course
New York, NY
January, 1995 - April, 1995
Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Course
University of Aleppo - Faculty of Medicine - Medical Education
September, 1971 - October, 1977
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, May 2002
Education Committee of Foreign Medical Graduate (ECFMG), July 1992
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