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Emily Gorman, MD

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:

Emergency Medicine

Additional Title:

EMS Medical Director, Mercy Medical Center


110 S Paca St, Sixth Floor, Suite 200

Phone (Primary):

(410) 328-8025

Education and Training

  • The College of William and Mary, BS, Chemistry and Psychology, 2005
  • The University of Virginia School of Medicine, MD, 2010
  • Metrohealth Medical Center/The Cleveland Clinic/Case Western Reserve University Emergency Medicine Residency Program, 2013
  • American Medical Informatics Association/American College of Emergency Physicians/Oregon Health Sciences University 10 x 10 Clinical Informatics for Emergency Physicians Course, 2016


Dr. Gorman graduated from the Metrohealh/Cleveland Clinic/Case Western Reserve University Emergency Medicine residency program in 2013. She initially worked in the community for two years where she gained valuable experience supervising and teaching physician assistants, lectured on obstetrical emergencies, led a cadaver procedure lab and served on an Emergency Department throughput committee. She joined the University of Maryland Emergency Medicine faculty in 2015 as an Assistant Professor. Her primary clinical site is Mercy Medical Center where she works not only with University of Maryland Emergency Medicine residents but also Mercy Interns doing a preliminary medicine year. Dr. Gorman became the EMS Director for Mercy in 2016. She also completed a Clinical Informatics for Emergency Physicians that year. Her clinical interests include obstetrical emergencies, Emergency Medical Services and Clinical Informatics. She also enjoys teaching medical students and has led an Introduction to Clinical Medicine-1 group as well as faciliatated ECG workshops and procedure labs with first and second year medical students.

Highlighted Publications

Cobb M, Gorman E, Bontempo L, Dezman Z. 13-year-old Girl with Fevers. CPC-EM 2017 1(2):76-80.

Gorman E, To Scan or Not to Scan: Ultrasound vs CT in the ED Diagnosis of Nephrolithiasis. Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: Comp. Study Guide General Update. 06/23/2015.

Larese S, Gorman E, Snyder A, Syverud S. A Pilot Study: Exposing Novice Nursing and Medical Students to Point-of-Care Sonography Skills. J of Med Diag Sonography 2012 28:91-94.

Clinical Specialty Details

Emergency Medical Services Medical Director

Clinical Informatics

Obstetric Emergencies