Dr Rhett Morton is a sub-specialist Gynaecological Oncologist based in Brisbane. He treats and manages patients with confirmed or suspected gynaecological cancers, pre-cancers, and benign gynaecological conditions requiring complex surgery.

Dr Morton trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney and Royal Darwin Hospital. Further sub-specialty training was undertaken at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, Sydney; Mercy Hospital for Women, Melbourne; and the Mater and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospitals, Brisbane. He considers it a privilege to return to practice and care for patients in his home state of Queensland. Having grown up in Far North Queensland, he has a strong interest in providing access to high quality sub-specialist services to regional communities.

Dr Morton is dedicated to providing the highest level of care and offers contemporary, evidence based knowledge, experience and common sense; this allows him to explore all available options with his patients to achieve their goals of care. He holds a Specialist Certificate in Palliative Care and values holistic patient centred care. He is a member of the Queensland Centre for Gynaecological Cancer and its Quality Assurance Committee and works within a large multidisciplinary team to achieve the best outcomes for patients.

Dr Morton’s current research interests include integration of molecular profile into the management of endometrial cancer and prediction models for successful surgical outcomes in ovarian cancer. He holds an honours degree in Medical Engineering and has interests in surgical device innovation and app development. He also holds a Master of Global Health, and is involved in novel research into global equity in access to optimal ovarian cancer care with the International Gynaecological Cancer Society.

Dr Rhett Morton
Phone: (07) 3214 5300
Fax: (07) 3054 3162
Email: reception@drmorton.com.au