Floyd Russak grew up in Denver and earned his bachelor’s degree at Northwestern University in Chicago studying Music and Biology. He then went on to receive his M.D. degree 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. 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 in Boston. Since 1999, he has been Medical Director at East-West Health Centers, an integrated practice with 20 providers.