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Geriatric Medicine & Aging

and Lonestar Family Health Cente

From Burned Out to Fired Up: Recognizing and Responding to the Challenges of Physician Stress and Burnout
Keeping Your Balance and Shifting Gears: Stress and Burnout in Healthcare
Patient Satisfaction: Patient-Physician Communication
Spirituality and Health
Improving Your Communication and Presentation Skills
Prevention from A to Z


Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Division of Geriatric, Hospital, Palliative
and General Internal Medicine

Ethical Considerations in Geriatric Care
Dementia, Delirium, Depression, Alzheimer’s Disease
Urinary Incontinence in the Elderly
Common Medical Problems in Demented Patients
Perioperative Evaluation in the Elderly
Overactive Bladder
Ethical Issues in Geriatric Medicine
Palliative Care / Hospice in the Elderly
Pressure Ulcers

Excellent speaker, one of their best! – Simi Valley Hospital Thorough, excellent lecture. – Citrus Valley Medical Center

Director, Falls Prevention
Clinical Director, Geriatric Center
Clinical Professor of Medicine

Falls Prevention/Mobility and Balance Awareness
Aging Wisdom: 10 Tips Because Rust Never Sleeps
Older Driver Fitness: A Physician’s Responsibility
Fitness for Older Adults: No Matter What Age or How Frail
PPE – HAB in Frail Older Adults

He was great! Practical, to the point, came with copies of his Power Point presentation and additional handouts—the type of speaker the clinicians really appreciate. Thank you! Very good speaker. – Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center

Assistant Professor of Hospital Medicine
City of Hope National Medical Center

Pearls in Geriatric Medicine

Franck Juste, M.D., is an assistant clinical professor in the department of medical specialists, division of hospital medicine. With more than 25 years’ experience as an internist/hospitalist, Dr. Juste comes to City of Hope from Victor Valley Global and Desert Valley Medical Centers in Victorville, California, and Clinician Medical Group of the High Desert and St. Mary Medical Center, where he served as a hospitalist. Dr. Juste serves as a nocturnist at City of Hope, one of two internists who will cover our inpatients each night. Dr. Juste earned his undergraduate degree in biochemistry and his medical doctorate from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). He continued his training with an internship and residency at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. Board-certified in internal medicine and geriatric medicine, Dr. Juste is fluent in Spanish, French and Creole. As a result of his clinical expertise, he was previously named Outstanding Physician for the San Gabriel Valley by Physicians Associates and received the Value in Action Award for the St. Joseph Health System. Dr. Juste is heavily involved in community outreach and travels to Haiti, his country of birth, each year for medical mission work. He has served as a volunteer soccer coach in Temple City for the past 15 years.