Joseph W. M. Morgan, M.D.
Dr. Morgan was born in Houston, Texas. He received a BA degree in the Plan II program at The University of Texas at Austin in 1969. In 1973 he received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Baylor College of Medicine, finishing in the top 15% of his class and in the AOA honor fraternity. He then completed a medicine internship at The University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville, Virginia, after which he completed a three year obligation as a general medical officer in the USNR. He then returned to The University of Virginia Hospital completing his residency in Internal Medicine in 1979 and was Board Certified that year. He then practiced General Internal Medicine in a small community near Houston, Texas for four years before deciding to retrain in Diagnostic Radiology. He began a four year training program at The University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 1983. He was Chief Resident in his final year and was Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology with Special Competence in Nuclear Radiology in 1987. He joined Rocky Mountain Radiologists in 1987 and has served as Chairman of the Department, President of the group, treasurer and Chief of the Nuclear Medicine Division. He currently serves on specialized panels interpreting musculoskeletal cases and PET/CT Oncology cases.
Dr. Morgan and Carol, his wife of 40 years, love living in Colorado and spending as much time as possible with their two married daughters and their families. They have been active in the same church community since moving to Colorado, Joe as an elder and deacon. They enjoy traveling very much.
College: University of Texas-Austin
Medical School: Baylor College
Residency: University of Virginia – Internal Medicine
University of Colorado – Diagnostic Radiology
Fellowship: Nuclear Medicine at University of Colorado