Dr. Floyd Russak
Primary Care Physician in Greenwood Village, CORussak Personalized Medicine
Floyd Russak grew up in Denver and graduated from Cherry Creek High School in 1973. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree at Northwestern University in Chicago studying Music and Biology. He then went on to receive his M.D. at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where he served on the team that treated President Reagan in 1981. Dr. Russak’s internship and residency training were completed at Harvard Medical School in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Dr. Russak served on the Faculty of Harvard Medical School for 12 years and was founder of Somerville Family Health, a 10-physician, 4-office multi-specialty practice in Boston, which he sold to Harvard in 1996. He has had numerous television appearances on CBS while in Boston. Dr. Russak practiced at DTC Family Health from 1997-1999 and is now proud to be part of the team caring for adults and children at East-West Health Centers.
Dr. Russak’s special interests include managing high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetics, cardiac/lung problems, and weight loss. In addition to routine medical care, he is trained to perform minor office surgical and orthopedic procedures such as wart removal, biopsies, and simple fractures. Dr. Russak is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine.
Dr. Russak served on the Copper Mountain Ski Patrol and was a singer with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. He now skiis Keystone and Aspen. He is married with 2 children, serves on the Board of Delegates of the Colorado Medical Society and is currently the President of the Arapahoe, Douglas and Elbert County Medical Society.
"Patients in my personalized care programs experience 65% fewer hospitalizations than like age counterparts"
Floyd B Russak, MD
Board Certified 1984, Internal Medicine
Board Certified 1999, Holistic Medicine
Specialties: Internal Medicine, Pediatric, and Geriatric Care
Clinical Faculty at Harvard and CU Medical School
Medical License: #35559 (Colorado)
Board Certification: ABIM, 1984
Telephone (M-F 8am-6pm): 303-856-5989
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8am to 6pm
Medical Staff Appointments:
Skyridge Medical Center
Swedish Medical Center
Invite Dr Russak to Speak at Your Next Meeting or Event
Call on Dr Russak to speak at your next meeting or event. No stranger to the stage and media, he has had numerous television appearances on CBS while working in Boston. He loves explaining trends and benefits of personalized medicine or the latest research on managing high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetics, cardiac/lung problems, and weight loss to members of your audience and handles questions with a light and easy going charm that's sure to keep them engaged. Contact Kimberly at (303) 856.5989 to check his calendar for availability.
Media interviews and editorial support requests are always welcome.
HEATHER WHITING, MMS, PA-C
Nationally Board Certified
Heather Whiting is a native of Colorado and has been fortunate to serve the community as a physician assistant and patient care advocate since 2003.
She began her pursuit of a career in medicine at the University of Northern Colorado where she earned a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Human Biology. Upon graduation, Heather worked at the University of Colorado Hospital as a Rehab Therapy Technician. She later graduated from the Physician Assistant program at Red Rocks Community College in Lakewood, Colorado with honors and earned a second Master’s degree, a Masters of Medical Science from Saint Francis University.
Heather is very passionate about medicine and believes in caring for the whole patient. She enjoys working side by side with patients striving to achieve optimal physical and emotional health. She is experienced in treating patients across a wide spectrum of disease states and ages, from adolescence to geriatrics. She has special interest in disease prevention and health promotion.
Heather loves spending time with her husband and two sons. They enjoy the beautiful Rocky Mountains, camping, hiking, biking and snowboarding.