About Dr. Morgan

Dr Elizabeth MorganDr. Elizabeth Morgan is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. As an approved expert for the Georgia Medical Board, Dr. Morgan plays an important role in ensuring the competency and professional integrity of plastic surgeons throughout Georgia. She has specialized in cosmetic plastic surgery for over 20 years with a focus on providing her patients with the very best care. Dr. Morgan believes in educating her patients about all their options so that they can make the right choices for themselves.

Dr. Morgan began by attending Harvard University and then attended medical school at Yale. After finishing her medical degree, she did 7 years of training in general surgery and plastic surgery at Yale, Tufts and Harvard. Dr. Morgan was very fortunate to train at Harvard with several world renowned plastic and trauma surgeons of the time. She also has a PhD in Psychology and a Masters in Public Health.

Dr. Morgan began her first solo plastic surgery practice in Washington, DC. She then practiced in Beverly Hills, California as head of a large plastic surgery group. Dr. Morgan missed having a solo practice, so when her daughter was accepted to medical school in Georgia, she decided to develop her own private practice in Atlanta, Georgia. She has been in Atlanta for almost 10 years now and loves it. Dr. Morgan also serves as Chief of Surgery for the University of Health and Medicine in St. Kitts.

In addition to being a successful plastic surgeon, Dr. Morgan is an accomplished author. She wrote the first doctor-written book on cosmetic surgery, “The Complete Book of Cosmetic Surgery for Men, Women and Teens”. Dr. Morgan is also the author of “The Making of a Woman Surgeon” which is the inspiring story of her surgical training in a time when not very many women were becoming surgeons. She has also published papers in the peer reviewed surgical journals, including “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery” and was editor and contributor to the 2018 issue on cosmetic surgery for the Journal of the Medical Association of Atlanta.

In her free time,  Dr. Morgan enjoys spending time with her family and friends, the Atlanta Symphony, reading and staying fit.

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