With more than 30 years medical experience, Dr. Gabrielle Morris possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from West Virginia University and Doctorate of Medicine degree from Marshall University. She is board certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons, American Board of Independent Medical Examiners, and the National Board of Medical Examiners. Dr. Morris is a first generation American, born to Hungarian immigrants who landed in West Virginia, where Dr. Morris first called home and began her medical training.
Dr. Morris’s career spans a myriad of specialties including Neurological Surgery, Trauma, Complex Orthopedic Spinal Surgery, and Emergency Medicine. She has also held management roles such as Medical Directorships for various entities. She has been a formal teacher and instructor throughout her career beginning with high school chemistry and continues today by teaching nurses and other doctors.
In her personal time, Dr. Morris is an avid outdoor enthusiast and enjoys activities such as skiing, swimming, and rollerblading. She is passionate about large dog rescue, especially geriatric dogs. Currently our family includes three (very big!) puppies at home: Astro (Great Dane), Brummi (St. Bernard/Mastiff), and Minnii (Staffordshire Terrier).
Dr. Morris has been a long-time proponent of medical marijuana and was an early supporter of California’s Proposition 215, which first legalized medical marijuana treatment for patients in 1996 was during her time as the Senior Neurological Surgery Resident at a local trauma center. She believes that medical marijuana is a viable and beneficial treatment option for many patients who seek to improve their quality of life through cannabis.