Dr David Morgan is a Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist. On completing his core training he was appointed to a minimal access fellowship/Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland lecturer position in West Sussex, England and Dublin, Ireland.
In this 2 year period of special training Dr Morgan developed expertise in minimally invasive techniques including hysterectomy, ovarian surgery, treatment of endometriosis and hysteroscopic procedures such as endometrial resection, myomectomy and septum/adhesion resection.
Dr Morgan became proficient in outpatient diagnosis and management of menstrual disorders, post-menopausal bleeding and cervical pre-cancer.
He successfully completed all taught modules for the University of Surrey MSc in advanced gynaecological endoscopy (Distinction). Teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level was an integral part of his fellowship and included participation in the development of a teaching program for the Dublin Laparoscopic Skills course.
Following consultant appointment Dr Morgan has developed an interest in risk management and chair the trust clinical risk group. This has led to an interest in quality improvement and patient safety. His role includes chairing serious adverse incident reviews in the trust for maternity and gynaecology incidents. He is also a reviewer for RCOG’s Each Baby Counts project.
Current NHS Posts
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Antrim Area Hospital.
Dr Morgan enjoys running, golf and getting into the mountains!
Postgraduate Diploma Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy University of Surrey
Membership of Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Queen’s University Belfast. Medicine MB BCh BaO
GMC No. 6054638
Morgan DJ, Hunter DC, McCracken G, McClelland HR, Price JH, Dobbs, SP. Is laparoscopically assisted radical vaginal hysterectomy for cervical carcinoma safe?
A case control study with follow up. BJOG 2007; 114:537-542
Morgan D, O’Sullivan R, Prendiville W. Learning laparoscopic skills with a take-home training system.
Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynaecology 2010, 17: S189-S194
English J, Lo J, Dilley J, Morgan D. Quality of life and complications following laparoscopic anterior rectal resection for endometriosis; results from 100 consecutive cases.
Gynaecological Surgery 2009, 6(S1):S89
Morgan D, English J. Laparoscopic excision of rectovaginal endometriotic nodule: the J English approach.
Gynaecological Surgery 2009, 6(S1): S160
White C, Morgan D. What is the optimum biopsy method in outpatient hysteroscopy clinic?
Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology 2013, 6:S112-113