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.

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Health concerns halt multi-million dollar school construction project in Spring Garden
A $37 million dollar construction project to bring two Philadelphia schools under one roof has been halted due to health and safety concerns.
Art of Aging: 'Let's Connect' at Mural Arts Studio at the Barnes Foundation
The 'Let's Connect' Project at the Mural Arts Studio at the Barnes has been an interesting way to interact with artists, while they are practicing their craft.
Virtual reality studied to improve police encounters for those with autism
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is studying virtual reality to make safer, more effective encounters between police and individuals with autism.
Tips to help alleviate ragweed allergies
We are entering into ragweed season and if you find yourself congested and sneezing lately, you might be allergic.
Consumer Reports: EpiPen alternatives
Many families depend on having an epinephrine pen in case of an allergic reaction. However, problems with manufacturing have caused a shortage in some areas of both brand name and generic EpiPens.