Dr. Dory Boyer is a Staff Orthopedic Surgeon at Royal Columbian and Eagle Ridge Hospitals in New Westminster and Port Moody, British Columbia. He completed his residency at Washington University in St. Louis after Medical School at University of Western Ontario.
Dr. Boyer has been selected to 14 Multi-Sport Games as a member of the healthcare team including the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics, Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and Guadalajara 2011 Pan. He was Chief Medical Officer for the 2010 Inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Singapore, the 2013 Universiade in Kazan, Russia and Chief Doctor for Team Canada at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, as well as the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games. From 2006-2010, he worked as the Regional Manager for Medical Services in charge of City Venues for VANOC. He was Chief Medical Officer at 7 International Competitions in preparation for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
He is the team Orthopedic Surgeon for the Vancouver Stealth lacrosse team and plays a role with the BC Lions Football Club and Vancouver Whitecaps FC Soccer Team. In addition, he is also the Orthopedic Surgeon for the Canadian Women’s National Soccer Team and a Team Physician with Wrestling Canada.
He sees individuals at all levels of activity in his practice, with a focus on lower extremity sports injuries and trauma. In his spare time he enjoys running, cross country skiing and his an extensive collection of significant baseball memorabilia.
viaSport Return to Sport
As of March 11, 2022:
- Masks are no longer required.
- Individual businesses and event organizers can choose to continue requiring masks on their premises.
- Reminder to the sport community to be respectful of people's differing comfort levels and that as we transition into this period, people may still choose to wear their mask.
As of April 8, 2022, proof of vaccine will no longer be required.
- Individual businesses and event organizers can choose to continue requiring proof of vaccination for entry.
- Additional guidance may be in place. See the Province of B.C.'s provincial restrictions page for more information.