Ali Gorman
Ali Gorman, R.N. joined Action News in March 2008 as the Health and Medical Reporter.

Ali grew up in South Jersey and graduated from Eastern High School in Voorhees, New Jersey. She then went on to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from Georgetown University.

Ali worked as a registered nurse for several years and served as a Nurse Corps officer in the U.S. Navy before going back to school to earn her Master's Degree at Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism.

Before returning to work for her hometown station, Ali was a reporter in Jacksonville, Florida where she covered everything from wildfires to death penalty court proceedings to the discovery of a blood test that may be able to predict Alzheimer's Disease. Ali's journalism career also included a stop in Lansing, Michigan.

Ali's work at 6abc included a medical mission to Haiti where she volunteered at a clinic in Port-au-Prince. When Ali is not reporting on the latest medical news, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, trying new fitness programs, reading and traveling.

Ali's Stories
Health reporter Ali Gorman answers key questions on coronavirus
Action News Healthcheck reporter Ali Gorman, R.N. answers your questions about the coronavirus pandemic.
Health reporter Ali Gorman answers key questions on coronavirus
Action News Health Reporter Ali Gorman answers your key questions amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Using tele-medicine during coronavirus pandemic can save lives, protect healthcare workers
A local doctor says using tele-medicine, that's a virtual or online visit with your doctor, is vital during a pandemic. His paper was just published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Saving your skin from becoming dry, cracked during frequent hand washing
As the novel coronavirus spreads, experts say one of the best ways to protect yourself is frequent hand washing. But that can also lead to skin breakdown, especially for older adults who have thinner skin.
CDC urging older Americans to take extra precaution against COVID-19
Eighty-percent of cases seem to be mild, but older adults, especially with chronic medical problems, are at a greater risk for severe illness from coronavirus.
Local urgent care center running drills to prepare staff for possible coronavirus COVID-19 cases
One local urgent care center is running drills to make sure staff is ready to treat a patient with possible coronavirus.
Local family raising awareness for Rare Disease Day on February 29th
February 29th is Rare Disease Day - a day aimed at spotlighting the more than 6,000 rare diseases.
Importance of kidney-sparing surgery following Gov. Phil Murphy's tumor announcement
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says his stage one kidney tumor was detected during a routine test and he'll have a partial nephrectomy in early March.
CHOP pediatric neurologist, Bryn Mawr emergency room nurse competing in Olympic marathon trials
A number of local runners are competing next week in the Olympic Marathon Trials and many have more in common than just running - they're also healthcare professionals.
Coronavirus outbreak: American cruise passengers quarantined at US military bases
Three hundred Americans who'd been quarantined on a cruise ship in Japan are back on United States soil.