Paul Boyce, MD, MPH
Paul Boyce, MD, MPH, is a native of the island of Trinidad & Tobago, his journey to becoming a doctor began when he entered the Honors Program at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His main clinical interest is pulmonary hypertension, sarcoidosis, and exercise physiology, in addition to asthma, occupational lung diseases, bronchiectasis and smoking cessation. Dr. Boyce is the Medical Director of the only certified Pulmonary Hypertension Program in the state of Georgia.
Dr. Boyce works with each patient to develop an individualized and comprehensive plan of care, understanding that even patients with the same diagnosis have unique circumstances to their heath and family. His ultimate desire is to make sure patients reach their health goals—returning to the activities that bring them joy and happiness. As an immigrant to the United States, Dr. Boyce enjoys being able to provide care to patients that come from a variety of backgrounds and cultures.
He is a passionate squash player and soccer fan. Dr. Boyce is very passionate about volunteering with international outreach programs.
- Fellowship, Pulmonary & Critical Care, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts
- Master of Public Health, Harvard University, Massachusetts
- Doctor of Medicine, Emory University, Georgia
- Residency, Internal Medicine, Emory University, Georgia
- Board Certified, Critical Care Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine
- Board Certified, Pulmonary Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine
- Board Certified, Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine
- Member, American Thoracic Society (ATS)
- Member, American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP)
- Member, Pulmonary Hypertension Association
Dr. Paul Boyce Speaks with WebMD about Whooping Cough
Dr. Paul Boyce speaks with WebMD about the importance of Whooping Cough vaccinations. Protect yourself and protect others from this very contagious disease by getting vaccinated.
Dr. Boyce Speaks with WebMD about COPD Breathing Exercises
Dr. Paul Boyce speaks with WebMD about reccommended breathing exercises to help with the symptoms of COPD including pursed lip breathing, diaphragmatic breathing and posture changes.