Floyd B. Russak, MD

Primary Care Physician & Board Certified Holistic Medicine located in Greenwood Village, CO

About Dr. Russak

Floyd Russak, MD, is a double board-certified internist (1984) and holistic medicine (1999) specialist. He specializes in internal medicine, pediatrics, and geriatric care at Russak Personalized Medicine in Greenwood Village, Colorado.

Dr. 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 doctorate of medicine at George Washington University in Washington, where he served on the team that treated President Ronald Reagan in 1981. 

Dr. Russak completed his internship and residency training in internal medicine and pediatrics at Harvard Medical School in Boston, where he served on the faculty for 12 years. He was the founder of Somerville Family Health, a 10-physician, four-office multispecialty in Boston, which he sold to Harvard in 1996.  He had numerous television appearances on CBS while in Boston. 

Dr. Russak owned East-West Health Centers from 1999 to 2017 and successfully sold that practice to On Point Medical Group. He has been practicing only personalized concierge medicine since that time

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 served on the Copper Mountain Ski Patrol and was a singer with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. He now skis Keystone and Aspen.  He is married with two children, serves on the Board of Delegates of the Colorado Medical Society, is a clinical faculty member at the University of Colorado (CU) Medical School, 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"