Dr. Jeffrey Morgan
Dr. Jeffrey Morgan began his journey in the medical field at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Graduating in 1999 with a Doctor of Medicine, Jeffrey continued his studies at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Here, from 1999-2005, he completed his residency in general surgery. By 2008, Jeffrey had completed a cardiothoracic surgery residency at New York University School of Medicine, as well as a cardiac transplant and mechanical circulatory support fellowship at Columbia University in the City of New York.
In 2008 Dr. Morgan was recruited to work with Henry Ford Health System as the Director of Heart Transplants and Mechanical Circulatory Support. Between 2008 and 2016, he led the specialty department to an increased volume of heart transplants and LVAD surgeries, increasing survival rates and lowering complication rates.
In 2016, Dr. Morgan joined the Texas Heart Institute and Baylor College of Medicine. Here he led the Transplantation and Mechanical Circulatory teams and was the Professor of Surgery at the college.
Learn more about Dr. Morgan's professional achievements and goals.
A typical day starts at seven o’clock with rounding or checking in on people who have had surgery. At eight o’clock, I go to the operating room to perform surgery.
Inspirery Interview with Dr. Morgan
Cardiothoracic surgery allows you to make a huge impact in a profound way. You get to help people live longer and better lives by improving their survival and quality of life.