Evelyn D. Morning , MD
Joined OB/GYN Care Group July 2013 after she and her husband both served in the military. Dr. Morning served in the United States Army and also Texas Army National Guard.
Dr. Morning received her B.S. Biology at Xavier University of Louisiana and her Doctorate of Medicine from Meharry Medical College in Nashville. She completed her OB/GYN residency training in Dallas, Texas at Methodist Medical Center. After residency, Dr. Morning embarked on her Active Duty Army career at Fort Hood, Texas which is the largest military installation in the country and one of the busiest military hospitals for childbirth. During her time there, she provided routine high risk obstetrical prenatal care , gynecologic and surgical care for patients. She also played a very active role in the leadership of the Department, acting as Assistant Chief of the Women’s Health Department and Physician Administrator. She was very vocal in providing patients with the best care possible, fighting for continuity with same providers and fought to allow patients to have a larger voice in their medical care. She also deployed to Iraq where she provided medical are for our soldiers.
Once Dr. Morning and her husband completed their military careers, they moved to Orlando where her husband had attended University of Central Florida.
At OB/GYN Care Group, Dr. Morning provides routine obstetrical and gynecologic care, surgical procedures to include hysterectomy (vaginal, abdominal and laparoscopic), in office Essure sterilization, Novasure endometrial ablation and hysteroscopy. Also routine office procedures IUD placement, Nexplanon. Dr. Morning has a special interest in infertility, miscarriage and pregnancy. Dr. Morning believes in scientific based care but with no nonsense, common sense simple approach. Education and understanding by patients point of view is everything.
When not working, Dr. Morning enjoys spending time with her husband, son and 3 dogs. She loves running, cooking and having a good time.Request an Appointment
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