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David Scott Morgan, MD, BA


Associate Professor of Medicine

4.9 4.9 251 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Hematologic Cancer
Leukemia, Acute and Chronic
Lymphoma, Low, Intermediate, and High Grade

Board Certificates

Medical Oncology - American Board of Internal Medicine, 1997
Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine, 1993


MD - Vanderbilt University, 1990
BA - Yale University, 1985
Fellowship - Stanford University Medical Center, 1997
Residency - New Haven Hospital, Yale University, 1993
Internship - New Haven Hospital, Yale University, 1991


Vanderbilt Hematology Clinic
Vanderbilt Hematology Clinic
1301 Medical Center Drive
Suite 3900
Nashville, TN 37232

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Patient Comments

Patient Comments are gathered from the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed in full. Patients are not identified in order to respect patient privacy.
Patient | October 15, 2018

Dr. Morgan is one of the most compassionate doctor I know. His attention was for me & my wife. Sincere.
Patient | September 25, 2018

I think that they are the best!
Patient | September 11, 2018

Patient | August 30, 2018

First visit exceeded expectations.
Patient | August 13, 2018

Dr. Morgan saved my life.
Patient | July 25, 2018

Patient | July 24, 2018

Excellent Doctor. Wish they were all this good !
Patient | June 26, 2018

Nothing but good.
Patient | June 21, 2018

I love Dr David Morgan. He looks you straight in the eye and tells you what is going on and what has to be done and what will follow. He is kind and compassionate. I have full confidence in my God first and in my doctor. So blessed.
Patient | June 4, 2018

Dr. Morgan was great he even was willing to see us earlier even though our appointment time was changed.
Patient | April 24, 2018

great doctor and assistant. very caring, very patient responsive
Patient | April 21, 2018

Dr. Morgan has also emailed me 2x to answer additional questions. Very pleased that he would do that.
Patient | April 4, 2018

I would recommend him highly except for the extremely long wait times.
Patient | March 30, 2018

David Morgan is readily available for appointments, emails or calls. He saved my life. I will be forever grateful.
Patient | March 12, 2018

Dr Morgan and Leslie are excellent in communicating all existing issues and treatments that may be required and very open to questions and concerns that we have
Patient | February 24, 2018

Been visiting this provider for four years and it's always been my best experience.
Patient | February 24, 2018

Patient | January 31, 2018

I love Dr Morgan. He takes time with me to make sure my questions are answered and does not rush me. I feel like he hears me and understands my concerns and then he can explain if its valid or I'm must worried. In a cancer doctor, I love the way he interacts.
Patient | December 12, 2017

You can not measure how good Dr. Morgan is.
Patient | December 7, 2017

Dr. Morgan is excellent! His gentle manner and his ability to communicate in layman's terms is greatly appreciated.
Patient | December 7, 2017

Dr Morgan is a good doctor when you actually get to talk with him. there are too many physician extenders that block you from interactions of clinical nature with your doctor. he is expert for my condition and rely on him to know the dosage for chemo like a scientist but sometimes you want a doctor who walks you through decisions, expectations what could happen. I never got any education material from the clinic like you have cancer here are the things to consider, decision to make what to expect. everything had to research and self learn. I only learned from them by asking questions on what I was researching. everyone tells me you have adovacate for yourself are you kidding me? where is the reponsilbity for the healthcare team to advocate for you when you are sick and don't even know what to advocate for.
Patient | December 7, 2017

Excellent valet parking. Lab blood test was valuable. Dr. Morgan has really helped put my cancer in remission.
Patient | September 26, 2017