Dr. Morgan is particularly interested in promoting healthy lifestyles and recently partnered with area after-school programs to lead the NEK Kids on the Move program, designed to encourage youth to increase their physical activity levels, promote healthier eating habits, and reduce the prevalence of childhood obesity in the greater Hardwick area. Her clinical focus is in pediatrics and women’s health. Each year she does some volunteer work overseas in cervical cancer prevention. She is also active in outreach to migrant health workers in Vermont, and speaks fluent Spanish. Teaching is another passion of Dr. Morgan’s; she is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Vermont, and oversees the teaching of medical students at Hardwick Area Health Center. Dr. Morgan has been in practice since 2004.
American Academy of Family Practice
Society for Teachers of Family Medicine
Physicians for Reproductive Choice & Health
Medical Degree: Stanford University School of Medicine, 2001
Residency: Maine Medical Center in Portland
College: Hampshire College
Certification: American Board of Family Practice