District III congratulates Ann Honebrink, MD, recipient of a 2020 Outstanding District Service Award. This year's recipients were announced at the virtual Annual Business Meeting on April 25.

This award recognizes effective leaders and outstanding contributions performed by a Fellow on behalf of their particular district.

2020 Award Recipient

Ann Honebrink, MD

Dr. Ann Honebrink graduated from the Medical College of Pennsylvania and completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She is the medical director of Penn Health for Women at Radnor. This multidisciplinary ambulatory women’s health practice is dedicated to holistic health care for women of all ages.

An associate professor of clinical obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Dr. Honebrink has a long career in training residents and medical students, and has served as the clerkship director for the obstetrics and gynecology rotation at the Perelman School of Medicine. In addition, Dr. Honebrink has been involved in community outreach, frequently participating in various educational events and serving as a website content consultant to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

Dr. Honebrink has been involved with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the Obstetrical Society of Philadelphia throughout her career. Her ACOG work includes serving on the Legislative, Primary Care, Ethics, Underserved Women, and Patient Safety and Quality Improvement committees as well as the Document Review Panel-Gynecology. She has held Pennsylvania Section roles and district offices, and is the immediate past chair of District III. 

During her time in ACOG district leadership, she has been an active leader of District III’s innovative Regional Ob-Gyn Up-to-date New Didactic Series (known as ROUNDS). She actively fostered the development of the District’s Dominican Section and Junior Fellow program, and helped move Maternal Health Awareness Day from an ACOG New Jersey Section initiative to a district program. 

As a member of the Pennsylvania Section and the Committee on Government Affairs, she advocates for women’s health care and reproductive rights in the legislative arena. She is a mentor to several upcoming leaders at the ACOG section and district levels, and looks forward to seeing the next generation take the lead.