Leveroni-Calvi, Matteo, M.D.

Faculty – Middletown Office


University of Michigan

Medical School

Boston University School of Medicine


Lawrence Family Medicine Residency
Lawrence, Massachusetts


American Board of Family Medicine


Assistant Professor
University of Connecticut

Assistant Professor
Quinnipiac University

Leveroni-Calvi, Matteo, M.D.
Leveroni FunDr. Leveroni is a new addition to our faculty, having recently completed his residency training at Lawrence Family Medicine Residency, a fellow four-year residency where full spectrum care for underserved populations is emphasized. Originally born in the Midwest, he comes from Colombian and Italian backgrounds, and grew up in Italy and Michigan until his medical education took him to New England. During his time in Boston, his commitment to family medicine was solidified through his exposure to a uniquely diverse patient population in a setting where commitment to social justice through medicine is emphasized. His passion for providing culturally competent, comprehensive care to diverse populations led him to join us at Middlesex after graduation. Here, he has been able practice the full scope of family medicine, including inpatient medicine and obstetrics, in addition to contributing to areas of curricular interest including treatment of opioid addiction, motivational interviewing, and family-centered maternity care. 

What I like best about working at Middlesex...

Middlesex is a supportive and collegial environment where family medicine is clearly valued as an integral part of the medical system and community at large. It is exciting to work in a place where continuity of care is prioritized, and where the residency is not only an established presence, but also a driving force for expanding the role of family medicine and delivery of care.

My favorite thing to do with residents is...

The countless daily opportunities for us to learn together- in the precepting room, on labor and delivery, or reviewing patient cases in between sessions. In my first year out of residency, I've learned more from residents than they have from me! Grappling with difficult clinical scenarios, figuring out how to best help challenging patients, or learning new skills- it's what makes family medicine fun, and sharing that process with residents is what I look forward to every day.

What I do for fun...

Engaging in typical New England pursuits like watching sports (big football and soccer fan), exploring local restaurants and breweries, trying to stay physically active as much as possible, and traveling locally and abroad whenever I can.