Heather J. Boyd, M.D.

Board Certified Physician

Dr. Heather Boyd started with Mt. Auburn in the summer of 2018. She earned her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from DePauw University in Indiana and her doctorate from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Her scholarly work has been featured in medical publications, including the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.


DePauw University
Greencastle, Indiana
B.A. Biochemistry, 2010

University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Memphis, Tennessee
M.D., 2014

University of Cincinnati Department of OB/Gyn
Cincinnati, Ohio
Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2018

Professional Memberships

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists


Detti, L., Jeffries-Boyd, H., Williams, L., Diamond, M., and Uhlmann, R. Fertility biomarkers to estimate metabolic risks in women with polycystic ovary syndrome. J Asst Repro

McKinney, D., Boyd, H., Langager, A., Oswald, M., Pfister, A., and Warshak, C. The impact of fetal growth restriction on latency in the setting of expectant management of preeclampsia. Am J of Ob & Gyn, Vol 214, Issue 3, 395.e1-395.e7.

Authored Posts

4-Dimensional Ultrasounds

What is four-Dimensional Ultrasound? We are pleased to be the first practice in Greater Cincinnati to offer our patients the latest technological advance in prenatal imaging ? four-dimensional ultrasound. This innovative technology shows your developing baby in...

Why is Blue for Boys & Pink for Girls?

When we think of babies, one of the first things we ask is: “boy or girl?” A baby in pink is assumed to be a girl and a baby in blue is assumed a boy. But why? When did these colors indicate gender? Why do we associate blue with boys and pink with girls? We dive into...

How to Handle Your Periods When Playing Summer Sports

Let’s be real here–periods are not a pleasant experience as is, but to have to deal with them during the summertime while being involved with strenuous sports–no thank you. These days our lives are filled with so many activities and responsibilities to keep up with that putting your life on hold once a month can be aggravating and a nuisance. Periods bring along many unwanted symptoms such as cramps, headaches, and body aches, as well as some serious cravings. There are many ways to manage these symptoms, and putting these tips and suggestions into practice during the summertime will make your sports season much more enjoyable and comfortable.