A native of Terni, Italy, Francesco Corvi earned a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) from the University of Perugia Medical School in Perugia, Italy. Dr. Corvi then completed an orthopedic residency at Catholic University in Rome before moving to the United States to accept a one-year orthopedic fellowship at Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Dr. Corvi remained there to complete an internship and then a residency in internal medicine, and ultimately served as the chief resident from 1994-1995. While completing his medical training, Dr. Francesco Corvi worked in emergency medicine at Berkshire Medical Center and, after completing his residency, served as a Lowell Community Health Center provider in Lowell, Massachusetts, treating low income and HIV-positive patients. While working for Lowell Community Health Center, Dr. Corvi also worked as a part-time attending emergency medicine physician at Lowell General Hospital, a position that he assumed full time in 1998. Dr. Corvi continues in this role today in an emergency room that sees an average of 50,000 patients each year. Certified in internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Francesco Corvi also holds board certification in emergency medicine from the American Board of Physician Specialties. Additionally, Dr. Corvi is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians and was named the Lowell General Hospital Best Patient Advocate in 2005.Dr. Francesco Corvi supports a variety of Catholic charities and enjoys staying active in his spare time. He plays tennis as often as possible and enjoys running, skiing, and various other outdoor activities. Dr. Corvi also enjoys studying languages and history, and loves to travel.