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L. Garrison Morgan , MD, FACC

Cardiology, Structural Heart

Phone: (803) 409-7170 or Toll Free (855) 704-3280
Fax: (803) 409-7175

  • University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia, SC - medical degree
  • Palmetto Health Richland/Univ of South Carolina - residency in Internal Medicine
  • Medical College of Georgia - fellowship in cardiovascular diseases
  • Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida/Columbia University - sub-specialty fellowship in Interventional and Structural Cardiology

Certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease

  • Integral founder and participant in the Providence Health Structural Heart program.
  • First in the Midlands to implant the MitraClip. See the first patient just one week latere featured in a news story here

Dr. Morgan was voted Best Cardiologist in Lexington, SC. [Lexington Life Magazine's 2019 #BestofLexington list]


Dr. Garrison Morgan received his medical degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine here in Columbia.  He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Palmetto Health Richland/Univ of South Carolina before continuing his training at the Medical College of Georgia, where he completed his fellowship in cardiovascular diseases. He went on to finish a sub-specialty fellowship in Interventional and Structural Cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida/Columbia University where he completed comprehensive training in the treatment of complex coronary artery disease as well as newly emerging therapies in percutaneous structural/valvular heart disease. He is currently board-certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease, and has professional affiliations with the American Medical Association, South Carolina Medical Association, Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions, and the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Morgan has given multiple lectures and presentations at local and national medical conferences and has published numerous papers on various cardiovascular topics in his areas of interest.

Dr. Morgan has a special interest in structural heart diseases, condition that result from abnormalities in the heart's structure, and he has been an integral part of the development of Providence Health's Structural Heart Program. Through this program, he was the first physician in the Midlands to implant the MitraClip. This first patient was featured in a news story here.  He implanted Providence's first bifurcated stent, and continuuing to push for innovation, he performed South Carolina's first tricuspid clip procedure. 

Dr. Morgan was named the #BestofLexington Cardiologist in Lexington Life Magazine in 2019.

  • University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia, SC - medical degree
  • Palmetto Health Richland/Univ of South Carolina - residency in Internal Medicine
  • Medical College of Georgia - fellowship in cardiovascular diseases
  • Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida/Columbia University - sub-specialty fellowship in Interventional and Structural Cardiology

Certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease

  • Integral founder and participant in the Providence Health Structural Heart program.
  • First in the Midlands to implant the MitraClip. See the first patient just one week latere featured in a news story here

Dr. Morgan was voted Best Cardiologist in Lexington, SC. [Lexington Life Magazine's 2019 #BestofLexington list]

  • Palmetto Health Richland/Univ of South Carolina - residency in Internal Medicine
  • Medical College of Georgia - fellowship in cardiovascular diseases
  • Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida/Columbia University - sub-specialty fellowship in Interventional and Structural Cardiology
Completed additional comprehensive training in the treatment of complex coronary artery disease as well as newly emerging therapies in percutaneous structural/valvular heart disease.
  • American Medical Association
  • South Carolina Medical Association
  • Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions
  • American College of Cardiology