Herbert (Bert) Keating, MD, Board-certified in both internal medicine and geriatrics, is Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Connecticut and Partner Physician, ProHealth Physicians/Optum. He is also Invited Lecturer in Geriatric Medicine at the Frank Netter School of Medicine, Quinnipiac University.

A native of Philadelphia, Dr. Keating graduated from Trinity College as the Vernon Krieble Scholar in chemistry and the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine. After completing general internal medicine residency and fellowship training at Hartford Hospital/University of Connecticut programs, Keating has held a variety of clinical and teaching positions throughout the USA, including Chief of the Medicine Service at the Des Moines VA, Clinical Professor and Division Chief of General Internal Medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Camden, and Professor and Division Chief of General Internal Medicine at the University of Tennessee School of Medicine. During his tenure as Internal Medicine Residency Program Director at Delaware’s Christiana Care Health System, Dr. Keating had the privilege of being a member of Thomas Jefferson Medical College’s admissions committee. Keating has written journal articles and book chapters for both professional and lay audiences and published a newspaper column called “First Opinion” for the Hartford Courant, a Tribune Company newspaper.

Although he has received awards for teaching excellence and numerous “Top Doc” designations for internal medicine and geriatrics, Dr. Keating has derived his greatest professional joy from taking care of patients from all walks of life, who have taught him so much.

Herbert Keating, MD Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT, USA

Herbert (Bert) Keating, MD, Board-certified in both internal medicine and geriatrics, is Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Connecticut and Partner Physician, ProHealth Physicians/Optum. He is also Invited Lecturer in Geriatric Medicine at the Frank Netter School of Medicine, Quinnipiac University.

A native of Philadelphia, Dr. Keating graduated from Trinity College as the Vernon Krieble Scholar in chemistry and the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine. After completing general internal medicine residency and fellowship training at Hartford Hospital/University of Connecticut programs, Keating has held a variety of clinical and teaching positions throughout the USA, including Chief of the Medicine Service at the Des Moines VA, Clinical Professor and Division Chief of General Internal Medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Camden, and Professor and Division Chief of General Internal Medicine at the University of Tennessee School of Medicine. During his tenure as Internal Medicine Residency Program Director at Delaware’s Christiana Care Health System, Dr. Keating had the privilege of being a member of Thomas Jefferson Medical College’s admissions committee. Keating has written journal articles and book chapters for both professional and lay audiences and published a newspaper column called “First Opinion” for the Hartford Courant, a Tribune Company newspaper.

Although he has received awards for teaching excellence and numerous “Top Doc” designations for internal medicine and geriatrics, Dr. Keating has derived his greatest professional joy from taking care of patients from all walks of life, who have taught him so much.

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