Northside Group
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Northside Group, St Leonards Clinic specialist Sue Morgans

Dr Sue Morgans

BM, BSc, M.Psych, M Forensic Psychiatry, RANZCP FORENSIC Certificate, FRANZCP

Dr Morgans is a medical doctor who completed her Medical Training in England. She completed her initial psychiatric training with RPA Hospital followed by advanced training in Forensic Psychiatry at Long Bay Correctional Complex. She holds a Masters in Psychiatry and a Master of Forensic Psychiatry. She is both a General Adult and Forensic Psychiatrist. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.

Dr Morgans is a medical doctor who completed her Medical Training in England.  She completed her initial psychiatric training with RPA Hospital followed by advanced training in Forensic Psychiatry at Long Bay Correctional Complex. She holds a Masters in Psychiatry and a Master of Forensic Psychiatry.  She is both a General Adult and Forensic Psychiatrist.  She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.

Treatment Services:

Dr Morgans provides assessment and treatment services for anxiety disorders, mood disorders, drug and alcohol and psychotic disorders.

In addition to private psychiatric practice, Dr Morgans holds a staff specialist position at Long Bay Correctional Centre and Silverwater Correctional Centre. She is experienced in providing psychiatric services via the medium of telehealth. Dr Morgans holds an academic appointment at UNSW as an associate conjoint lecturer.

Dr Morgans offers outpatient and inpatient psychiatric care at Northside Group St Leonards.

 

Anxiety disorders, mood disorders, drug and alcohol, eating disorders and psychotic disorders. Age group: 18-65.