Critical care and anaesthesia
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  • Peer review college for the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council


Dr Cliff Morgan qualified at Southampton University Medical School and completed his practical training at Poole, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Winchester, Charing Cross and Royal Brompton hospitals. 

He received a Pulmonary Fellowship at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada and completed his specialist training in anaesthesia and critical care at Vancouver General Hospital, BC, Canada. After this, Dr Morgan received a critical care Fellowship (Doverdale Fellow) with Dr Margaret Branthwaite at Royal Brompton Hospital, before taking up a consultant position at the Trust.

Currently, Dr Morgan is a consultant anaesthetist at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust and the clinical director of critical care and anaesthesia.

Clinical interests

Dr Morgan's specialist interests include: 

  • pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP) – investigation and management by whole lung lavage and alternative therapy such as inhaled GMCSF
  • the use of whole lung lavage in other alveolar filling (or contamination) syndromes such as lipoid pneumonia, pneumoconiosis and recovery of accidentally inhaled radio-isotopes
  • critical care medicine including AICU and HDU
  • cardiothoracic anaesthesia 
  • transfusion-related acute lung injury
  • transfusion medicine in critical care
  • the use of advanced IT to support healthcare.


He is college assessor for Advisory Appointments Committees (AACs) at the Royal College of Anaesthetists, London.


Dr Morgan has published 51 papers in peer review journals, 13 invited reviews, 10 chapters and 38 abstracts. His most recent publications relate to the management of PAP and the use of whole lung lavage.

Private patient referral 

If you would like to make an appointment with this specialist for private care, contact the RB&HH Specialist care team