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Dr. Christopher Boyes was born in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and is a graduate of Palm Beach Gardens High School. He went to University of Florida and obtained degrees in Accounting and Pre-Med. He then went to St. George’s University for medical school and completed his residency in General Surgery from SUNY Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, New York. Next, he completed a 2-year fellowship in Vascular Surgery from Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.
After completing his fellowship training in vascular surgery, Dr. Boyes was hired by Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina as a full time academic vascular surgeon with Sanger Heart and Vascular Institute for 6 years where he also served as an assistant program director for the fellowship program. Dr. Boyes worked in a very advanced and progressive vascular surgery practice treating a wide variety of complex vascular diseases while at Carolinas Medical Center. Dr. Boyes created Charlotte’s first multidisciplinary Amputation Prevention Program and served as the director for this program leading a team of Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants for 5 years. Dr. Boyes also ran a large research team and data base focusing on complex Peripheral Arterial Disease.
Dr. Boyes has published numerous articles highlighting his passion for limb salvage and critical limb ischemia. He serves as a member on multiple committees and advisory boards for critical limb ischemia within industry and continues to lecture at national and international meetings. Dr. Boyes is a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons and is a member of the Society of Vascular Surgery.
Dr. Boyes decided to leave his academic practice and research to move back home to Palm Beach Gardens to be closer to family. Here he is starting a private practice and plans to bring an academic level of excellent vascular medical care to the community. Dr. Boyes focuses on open and endovascular surgery and specializes in many areas of vascular surgery including complex aortic aneurysms, cerebral vascular disease, complex venous disease, dialysis access, critical limb ischemia and amputation prevention.