Journalist (National)

Senior correspondent based in Los Angeles for Kaiser Health News. Previously covered health care, immigration and the Mexican border for the Los Angeles Times

Anna Gorman is a senior correspondent based in Los Angeles. She joined Kaiser Health News from the Los Angeles Times, where she worked for nearly 15 years covering health care, immigration and the Mexican border. She was a 2011 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, and taught journalism at Harvard University and at USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Anna earned her bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley and her master’s from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. While at the L.A. Times, she was part of a team that won a 2004 Pulitzer Prize.

Anna Gorman

Tags: Health Care
Links: Anna Gorman on Kaiser Health News | (Current as of: January 23, 2015)


News Story

Disabled rights advocates fight assisted suicide legislation

Anna Gorman
USA Today
June 28, 2015
ABX2-15 would allow patients to end their lives. Depression and incorrect prognoses can lead to premature death of people with disabilities.

News Story

Judge: Nursing homes may not decide for unrepresented, mentally incompetent residents

Anna Gorman
Los Angeles Daily News (LA Daily)
July 26, 2015
A state court ruled unconstitutional a California law that gave nursing homes the ability to choose medical treatment for patients if a doctor determined they were mentally incompetent.

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