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Clay N. Boyd, MD

Assistant Professor of Urology

Clinic
Metairie Location
4228 Houma Blvd., Suite 600A
Metairie, Louisiana  70006
Phone: (504) 412-1600
Fax: (504) 780-8922

Administration
1542 Tulane Ave
5th Floor., Room 547
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
Phone: (504) 568-2207
Fax: (504) 568-2307
email: cboyd2@lsuhsc.edu

 

Degrees

University of Louisiana at Lafayette, BS
Louisiana State University Medical Center at New Orleans, MD

Bio

Clay N. Boyd, M.D. is a board-certified urologist who has been in private practive in the River Parishes region of Greater New Orleans, Louisiana. He evaluates and treats urinary incontinence as part of his practice.

Dr. Boyd is a summa cum laude graduate of University of Southern Louisiana ( now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette) in Lafayette, Louisiana.  He received his medical degree from Louisiana State University Medical Center, New Orleans, where he holds a position in the Department of Urology of LSU Health Sciences Center. He completed his surgical internship an residency in urology at Charity Hospital on New Orleans, followed by active duty service as urology section chief at the 92nd Strategic Hospital with the rank of major in the United Air Force, departing with honorable discharge with commendation.

Dr. Boyd is a member of the American Urologic Association, Orleans Parish and Louisiana State Medical Societies, and Louisian Health Care Review. He is also an active memberof the Air Force Association, as well as of the New Orleans World Trade Center. His enrollment for the Healthcare MBA program through George Washington School of Business has been accepted.

I would like to acknowledge my wife, Dr. Bonnie Accardo Boyd, who has helped weather the storms both pre- and post Katrina. I also want to thank Dr. Jack C. Winters for all of his energy and expertise, Dr. Richard Airhart for his intergrity and determination throughout the storms, Dr. Rodney Appel for his practical role as a dynamic educator, Dr. Joseph Aloysius LaNasa, who has been both friend and mentor, and finally the patients, families, and medical staff throughout the River Parishes for their faith and committment in rebuilding and supporting the recovering communties.

"I became a urologist because the specialty uses both medical and surgical approaches in treating patients as individuals, with emphasis on maintaining their personal dignity. My post-graduate training, military experience, and clinical practice in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina have only reinforced that philosophy."

                                        Clay N. Boyd, M.D.