2521 Stockton Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95817
UC Davis Medical Group - Davis (West Covell Boulevard)
2440 West Covell Blvd
Davis, CA 95616
My philosophy of care is to provide a safe, supportive environment and listen to your health concerns. I support the diversity of my patients and provide strive to provide inclusiveness of care. My goal is to provide you with the latest data in order to help you with your treatment and care.
Dr. Gorman is a general obstetrician/gynecologist, practicing for over 20 years in Womens' Health Care. She cares for women from adolescence to menopause . She provides comprehensive prenatal care in addition to other gynecological issues such as pre-conception counseling, irregular periods, contraception counseling, and abnormal pap smears.
Dr. Gorman participates in the UC Davis Health Sustainability physicians group, which promotes environmental stewardship, such as reducing plastics waste in the hospital and improving the hospital carbon footprint, while maintaining optimal patient care. She is also involved with the education of medical students and residents at the UC Davis Medical Center.
Obstetrics and Gynecology
B.A.S., University of California Davis, Davis CA 1989
M.D., Loyola University, Chicago IL 1993
Obstetrics/Gynecology, University of Southern California/Los Angeles County Medical Center, Los Angeles CA 1993-1994
Obstetrics/Gynecology, University of Southern California/Los Angeles County Medical Center, Los Angeles CA 1994-1997
Winner for the ACOG/Parke-Davis Resident Education Program for article “Oral Contraceptives and Women Who Smoke—A role for Low-Dose Estrogen Formulations?” Published in The Journal of Clinical Practice in Sexuality, Vol. 11. No. 5/6, 1995
Awarded scholarship to participate in Interprofessional Teaching Scholarship Program, 2021
“Physician Reentry Program in Obstetrics: A Personal Experience.” Presented at the Pacific Coast Obstetrical and Gynecological Society Eighty –seventh Annual Meeting, Septmember 5, 2020 Virtual Meeting.
Ploszaj S. Oral Contraceptive and Women Who Smoke—A Role for Low-dose Estrogen Formulations. The Journal of Clinical Practice in Sexuality, 1996;Vol. 11, no 5/6
Stanczyk F, Susan Ploszaj S. Effect of Oral Contraceptive Containing 20 and 35 mcg Ethinyl Estradiol on Urinary Prostacyclin and Thromboxane Levels in Smokers and Non-smokers. Contraception. 1999;Vol. 59:17-23.