Marcelo Montorzi, MD
Specialties:Internal Medicine / Primary Care
About Marcelo Montorzi
Dr. Marcelo Montorzi earned his medical degree from Universidad Nacional de Cuyo in the Province of Mendoza, Argentina. He completed his post-doctorate research fellowship in Biochemistry and Biophysics at Harvard Medical School Center for Biochemical and Biophysical Sciences in Boston, MA. Subsequently, he completed his internship and residency program in Internal Medicine at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA and his clinical fellowship in Internal Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA.
Dr. Montorzi’s clinical interest is in general clinical medicine. He developed a progressive interest in medicine from interaction with his parents, both medical doctors that trained in Sweden. During medical school he developed an interest in all fields of human biology, biochemistry, biophysics. His interest in general medicine crystalized after graduation during his work as a post-doctoral fellow in biochemistry and biophysics.
Dr. Montorzi’s personal philosophy of care is rooted in honoring the trust that he receives from his patients, practicing his profession with conscience and dignity. It is of upmost importance to make his patients’ health be his first consideration, not allowing any discrimination to affect his duty to his patients, and upholding an utmost respect for human life while protecting the privacy of his patients and the secrets confided in him.
Outside of work, Dr. Montorzi enjoys arts, nature, geology, general science, and artificial intelligence. He has done multiple climbs throughout the Central Andes where he also was a mountain guide.