Dr. Granville Morse was raised in Lakeview and attended St. Pius X, and is an alumnus of Christian Brothers School and Jesuit High School. He graduated from Louisiana State University and went on to Medical School at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. Dr. Morse completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Charity Hospital and is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. He served as Chief Resident and was awarded the Albert J. Lauro award for Outstanding Resident in Emergency Medicine. The Ochsner Clinic Foundation also recognized Dr. Morse with the Outstanding Performance in Emergency Medicine Award. Following his residency, Dr. Morse worked as an Emergency Medicine physician at East Jefferson General Hospital, Lakeview Regional Medical Center and Thibodaux Regional Medical Center. In 2012, in partnership with MHM, he opened Lakeview Urgent Care where he was the also the Medical Director. He currently serves as Section Chair for Urgent Care for Ochsner, Deputy Coroner of Jefferson Parish, and is the team physician for Christian Brothers School football team. My interest in medicine started after I spent the better part of a year in and out of casts for an uncommon femur fracture. I was inspired by the care I received and hoped that one day I could do for others what those physicians did for me. As a physician, it is important to listen to your patients and try to get to know them, as that will usually help you in regards to their expectations and your goals of treatment. At the end of every visit, I will go over the decision making and reasons for the diagnosis and plan(s)/medication(s). I like to involve my patients in any discussions about their plan(s), and encourage them to ask any questions pertaining to it. This adds another layer of comfort to the patient, and usually results in a more efficient visit.