Morghan was born and raised in rural Montana. She moved to Philadelphia to attend Swarthmore College for her bachelor’s degree in linguistics and psychology. She went on to attend the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, graduating from the midwifery/women’s health nurse practitioner master’s program in 2008 with honors. She moved to Alaska following graduation, where she worked for six years providing well-woman, gynecological and obstetrical care in a variety of clinical and hospital settings.
Morghan attended her first birth (her brother) at a very young age and has been fascinated by reproductive health and the miraculous process of conception, pregnancy and birth ever since. Growing up in a rural setting without ready access to medical care has made her particularly attuned to providing compassionate, thorough care that delivers value to the women she serves. She enjoys accompanying women on various segments of their life journey and interacting with them in a whole-person context. Morghan’s clinical interests include pre-conception and fertility care; health education; assisting individuals in making informed, intentional choices about their care; nutrition and its impact on health; and preparing women for the final stages of pregnancy, childbirth and early motherhood.
In her spare time, Morghan enjoys knitting, cooking, bicycling and being a mother to her three children.
Read Morghan's posts in our Wellness Journal, a blog written by our providers on topics for women of all ages.