Dr. Angelo D. Lupariello graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University. As an undergraduate, he was elected membership of Phi Beta Kappa scholastic honor society. In 1970, he received his medical degree also from Georgetown University. His specialty training in Internal Medicine was at Georgetown University as well as one year of his specialty training in Nephrology. In 1974, he arrived in Pittsburgh to complete his specialty training in Nephrology at the University of Pittsburgh. Following completion of his specialty training in Nephrology, he served two years in the United States Navy. He has been in practice in Western Pennsylvania since 1978 and currently resides in Franklin Park with his family.
In his spare time, he has served on the numerous hospital committees including St. Francis Medical Center, Ohio Valley General Hospital, Kindred Hospital. He was the Chief, Section of Nephrology, Department of Medicine, St. Francis Medical Center from 1992 until the hospital’s closure in September of 2002.
Dr. Lupariello is a member of the American Society of Nephrology, Renal Physician Association, the American Society of Internal Medicine. Dr. Lupariello is also a member of the American Medical Association, the Pennsylvania Medical Society, and the Allegheny County Medical Society. Dr. Lupariello is actively on staff at Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh, Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Ohio Valley General Hospital, Kindred Hospital, Weirton Medical Center, Jameson Hospital, Ellwood City Hospital, Butler Memorial Hospital, Armstrong County Memorial Hospital, HealthSouth Harmerville, UPMC South Side Hospital , UPMC Passavant Hospital and UPMC St. Margaret Hospital. He is a participating physician in Highmark Blue Shield, Pennsylvania Medicare, West Virginia Medicare, Department of Public Welfare, Blue Shield of West Virginia, Health America, US Healthcare. His practice is limited to Nephrology and Hypertension management.
Dr. Emmanouel Coroneos graduated magna cum laud from Aristotelion University Medical School in 1979. After spending nine years practicing medicine in Athens, Greece, he came to Fairview General Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. There he completed his Residency program at Fairview General Hospital, formerly Lutheran Medical Center. He remained in Cleveland and completed his Fellowship at Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine, University Hospitals of Cleveland in 1995. He received the Trainee Investigator Awards in Baltimore, Maryland and San Diego, California from the American Federation of Clinical Research in 1994 and 1995 respectively. In 1999 he received a Teaching Award from Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia. Dr. Coroneos is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Nephrology. He is a Fellow in the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Coroneos is active on the staff of Ohio Valley General Hospital, Weirton Medical Center, Kindred Hospital, and Ellwood City Hospital. He is a participating physician in Highmark Blue Shield, Pennsylvania Medicare, West Virginia Medicare, Department of Public Welfare, Blue Shield of West Virginia, Health America, US Healthcare. His practice is limited to Nephrology and Hypertension management. Dr. Coroneos is a member of the American Society of Nephrology, American Federation of Clinical Research, American Society of Hypertension, and the American Diabetes Association. Dr. Coroneos and his family reside in Cranberry Township.