Dr. Morgan was born in the Detroit area and attended the University of Michigan for both his medical school and surgical residency. He majored in biochemistry as an undergraduate and during his residency was active in research in the basic sciences and clinical medicine. He spent one year as an ECMO fellow under the tutelage of Dr. Robert Bartlett. He then moved on to a two-year pediatric surgery fellowship at The Babies Hospital, Columbia University in New York. After graduating he came to Orlando to join the pediatric surgical group of Dr. Ronald David. He recently celebrated his twentieth year as a pediatric surgeon in Orlando.
He has served as the chairman of the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children's Department of Children’s Surgery. He founded the Pediatric Trauma service at Orlando Health and served as its director for five years. He is currently the surgical liaison to the Pediatric Emergency Department at Arnold Palmer Hospital. As a faculty member for the FSU medical school he is actively involved in resident and medical school teaching.
His areas of expertise include minimally invasive surgery, complex liver and lung operations, and repair of anorectal malformations. He is actively involved in advancing electronic medical records and consults in the development of surgical software for mobile platforms.