Dr Morgan Woodforde

BVMS BSc MANZCVS (Small Animal Medicine)

Critical Care

After spending her childhood in Adelaide and knowing from the age of 5 that she wanted to be a veterinarian, Dr Morgan travelled to Perth to pursue her dream. In 2014 Dr Morgan graduated from Murdoch University in Perth and spent two and a half years in a busy general practice before moving to Sydney to undertake a rotating internship at SASH. Having never considered a career in emergency medicine, after her first rotation with the Emergency and Critical Care department Dr Morgan discovered her passion for dealing with critical cases. After a busy 12 months working throughout the many departments of SASH Dr Morgan completed her examinations in Small Animal Medicine becoming a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Sciences.

Dr Morgan stayed on at SASH to continue working as an emergency vet working alongside our Specialists. Following a year of emergency work, Dr Morgan moved in to the role of Emergency and Critical Care intern to further develop her skills in managing critically ill patients and to continue on her goals to specialise as a Specialist. When not at work, Dr Morgan is either out on the hockey pitch, tiring out her excitable cattle dog x kelpie, Skye, scoping out the beautiful beaches or planning her next skiing adventure.