Philip "Phil" Boyce was a Federation Starfleet medical officer on active duty in the 23rd century.

Boyce was born in New York City, where he also received his medical training. His post-graduate work was at Hoystadt Children's Hospital. (Who's Who in Star Trek comic, vol. 1)

In the 2240s, Dr. Boyce was part of an immunological- and infectious disease-research team on Argelius. (TOS novel: The Children of Kings)

From 2246 to 2251, Dr. Boyce was assistant chief medical officer to Dr. Sarah Poole-April on the USS Enterprise under Captain Robert April's command. (The Captain's Table novel: Where Sea Meets Sky)

Dr. Boyce was repositioned as chief medical officer when Christopher Pike assumed command of Enterprise in 2251. He often served as Pike's confidant -- and bartender. (TOS: "The Cage")

Alternate continuities[edit | edit source]

TOS novel: My Brother's Keeper trilogy: Republic[edit | edit source]

Dr. Boyce had died sometime during Pike's command of the Enterprise and had been replaced by Dr. Mark Piper.

Orion Press[edit | edit source]

In this continuity, after command of Enterprise was transferred from Pike to James T. Kirk, Dr. Boyce was appointed surgeon general, a position he held until retirement in 2276. (Liberation from Hell)

Legacy[edit | edit source]

Philip Boyce Pavilion, at Empire State Medical Complex in New York City, was named after him. (Star Trek: Avenger: "Nearly a Valediction")

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Spock | Decker
Sulu
April | Boyce
Piper | McCoy
Chapel
Spock | Chekov
Kyle | Sonak
Decker | Saavik
Scott Sulu | Chekov Giotto | Freeman
Chekov
Number One
Mitchell | H. Sulu
Leslie | Hadley
Kyle | DePaul
Hansen | Spinelli
Walking Bear
Tyler | Kelso | Alden | Bailey
Farrell | Hadley | Riley | Stiles
Latimer | DeSalle | Osborne
Painter | Chekov | Leslie
Haines | Arex | Ilia | DiFalco
Saavik
Farrell | Garison
Hadley | M'Ress
Martine | Palmer
Uhura
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