Dr. James Morgan is a board certified general surgeon, whose practice includes a broad range of surgical procedures such as surgery of the GI tract, abdominal cancer surgery, complex hernia repairs, advanced laparoscopic surgery, DaVinci robotic surgery, and endoscopy. His area of special interest is in surgery for diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. He has additional training in ultrasound and stereotactic minimally invasive breast biopsy, sentinel lymph node biopsy, and Mammosite radiation device placement. Dr. Morgan graduated from Davidson College in 1984, then received his MD degree from the Marshall University School of Medicine in 1988. After completing his general surgery residency at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh in 1993, Dr. Morgan returned to his hometown of Huntington. He served as Assistant Professor of Surgery with the Marshall University School of Medicine until 1999, where he received the Silver Scalpel award for excellence in resident teaching. Dr. Morgan joined HIMG in 1999, adding surgical services to the multispecialty group. He is the medical director of the St. Mary's Breast Center. Dr. Morgan is board certified by the American Board of Surgery. He is a member of the American Society of Breast Surgeons. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, previously serving as president of the West Virginia Chapter. He currently serves a Chief of Surgery at St. Mary's Medical Center.