Sheila R. Boyle, M.D. Biography

Born the fifth child of eight in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, a western suburb of Philadelphia. She has practiced in Boulder and Louisville since October of 1999. She is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, the Colorado Medical Society, the American Medical Association, and the Colorado Dermatology Society. She currently holds staff privileges at Boulder Community Hospital and Avista Hospital.

Dr. Boyle graduated Cum Laude from the University of Scranton, Pennsylvania in 1989 and obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Biology with a minor in History. She was named on the Dean's Honor's List from 1986-1989 and was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Honor Society.

Dr. Boyle attended Hahnemann University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was a recipient of a Health Professions Scholarship Program sponsored by the U.S. Navy. As a medical student, she was actively involved in basic science research at Thomas Jefferson University researching mutations involved in Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, a severe genetic blistering disease. During medical school she received a Leadership Award in Substance Abuse Prevention. She received her medical degree in 1993, graduating with Honors in Dermatology, Dermatology Basic Science Research, Psychiatry and Psychopathology.

Dr. Boyle completed an Internal Medicine Internship at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland in 1994. She was stationed at the Bethesda Naval hospital as a General Medical Officer awaiting orders to attend Flight School in Pensacola, Florida. She spent part of this tour doing research on Malignant Melanoma at the Sydney Melanoma Unit in Australia. As a result of her work there, she published a paper in the regional Cancer Treatment Journal entitled "Isolated Limb infusion for Melanoma: Preliminary Results of an Elective Double Infusion Protocol".

After successfully completing a six month Flight Surgery Training Course at the Naval Aerospace and Operational Medical Institute in Pensacola, Florida, she became the Flight Surgeon for the Fleet Logistics Support Squadron-40 in Norfolk, Virginia. While on Active Duty, she was credentialed as a Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Adult Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor for Military Health Care Providers.

Dr. Boyle attained the rank of Lieutenant Commander and was Honorably Discharged in May 2002.

Upon completing her Active Duty tour, she returned to the Medical College of Pennsylvania-Hahnemann University to complete her Dermatology residency. Dr. Boyle was selected to serve as Chief Resident from 1999-2000. She has published several articles, participated in free skin cancer screenings and has volunteered to speak to the community on Skin Cancer recognition and prevention.

Dr. Boyle married Colonel Kevin Weber, USMC, in April, 2001 and resides in Westminster. Outside the office she enjoys running, hiking, skiing and spending time outdoors with their Springer Spaniel, "Kirby".