Cody used to be in a touring rock band.
Cody was born and raised in East Texas and found his way back after a seven-year business venture that helped his family capitalize on traveling opportunities. Motivated by a patient, The Boyd’s set out on an adventure that combined a consulting/contracting business with a love for travel. Those years were spent living and working in areas from the Pacific Southwest to the Atlantic Northeast.
This exposed Cody to a multitude of healthcare settings and the opportunity to utilize those acquired and inherent skills to help create a new Oncology practice at what is now The UT Health North Campus Tyler MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Cody Boyd serves as CEO of the UT Health North Campus Tyler and as the Cancer Service Line Administrator for UT Health East Texas. He works in a fast-paced and continually challenging healthcare environment.
His background is in Radiation Oncology and Imaging and he spent seven years working as a clinical locums and consultant in the respective fields at 21 locations in 10 states. Most recently, he helped develop and construct what is now the UT Health North Campus MD Anderson Cancer Center.
He holds degrees in Radiologic Technology from Tyler Junior College, Radiation Therapy from UT MD Anderson, Healthcare Administration from LeTourneau University and is working towards an MBA from the University of Texas Permian Basin.
He says he fulfills his purpose by constantly striving to be the best version of himself; in his faith, family, fitness and career, and to reflect this by being a positive force in the lives of others.
After completing his studies at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Cody and his wife moved to Ft. Worth, TX. Cody and his wife, Candice, have an 8-year-old daughter, Kiley. When he’s not working, he enjoys music, health and fitness and above all, being a cheer dad and devoted husband.