Do women say birchat hagomel? If yes, what is the procedure? Does she say it while davening alone or when davening alongside a minyan?
They are obligated just like men are. They need to say it with a quorum of ten men present, but it does not need to be at a shul.
Thanks for the answer. I had no idea women were obligated and have never heard anyone say it. I usually attend davening on shabbos; at what point would I say the bracha? And can I say it to myself ( not audible to the people around me or the minyan)?
You can say it anytime there are ten adult men. You would need to say it out loud for all to hear and say amen.
In our shul women say it right before they start reading the Torah on shabbat morning.