Adam J. Bonnington, M.D.

 

EMPLOYMENT

 

45 Castro Street, Suite 324 San Francisco, CA 94114

Phone: 415-395-9895 Fax: 415-395-9897

bonnington@mozaiccare.com

Surgical Associate (April 2020 – Present) MoZaic Care, Inc

San Francisco, California

 

  • Privileges at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital and California Pacific Medical Center

Associate Physician and Volunteer Clinical Faculty (July 2019 – Present)

University of California – San Francisco; Zuckerberg San Francisco General Obstetrics and Gynecology San Francisco, California

  • Privileges at Zuckerberg San Francisco General

Contracted General OB/GYN Physician (August 2019 – Present) Alameda Health System

Oakland, California

  • Privileges at Highland General Hospital and Alameda Hospital

 

EDUCATION and TRAINING:

Surgical Fellow (July 2019 – March 2020) MoZaic Care, Inc

San Francisco, California

  • Trained under Dr. Heidi Wittenberg in gender-affirming penile inversion vaginoplasty, peritoneal pull through vaginoplasty, orchiectomy, and vaginoplasty revision surgery

 

University of California – San Francisco; Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences San Francisco, California

  • Resident Physician, June 2015 – June 2019

  • Completed with Certificate of Health Equity Studies

University of Michigan Medical School Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • M.D. with Distinction in Service, 2015

 

University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • B.S. with Distinction, General Biology, 2009

  • Minor, Women’s Studies: Gender and Health

HONORS/AWARDS:

Doctor Jack LeRoy Bush Scholarship (2015)

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Michigan, $5,000

  • Scholarship given each year to “an exceptional medical student pursuing a career in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Michigan”

 

Fidelity Field Trip Award (2011) Fidelity Investments, $1,432

  • Program seeks to engage teachers, students, and Fidelity employees in learning experiences that illustrate the real-life application of classroom education

  • One of four applicants chosen to receive a scholarship, which was used to take forty students, five chaperones,

and twelve Fidelity employees to Bodies: The Exhibition in New York, New York

 

Segal AmeriCorps Education Award (2010, 2011) Corporation for National and Community Service, $10,075

  • Received scholarships for successful completion of two years in the AmeriCorps program as a Teach For America Corps Member

 

RESEARCH:

Research Assistant (September 2012 – May 2013)

University of Michigan Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Focus of the research team is to strengthen support and human resources for abortion providers

  • Responsible for coordinating the development and distribution of an electronic version of the Providers Share Workshop, which was distributed to twenty Planned Parenthood clinics around the county

  • Served as the primary mentor and team liaison for two undergraduate student volunteers

 

Student Biomedical Research Program (June – August 2012) University of Michigan Medical School

Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Responsible for coding of transcripts and assembling a coding packing for the research team, which served as the primary resource at our team’s two-day research retreat at the end of the summer

  • Conducted primary analysis of the qualitative data set and assisted with drafting of publications for the team

  • Attended weekly team meetings and assisted with additional projects as they arose

 

PUBLICATIONS:

Bonnington A. Selected topics in prenatal medicine and obstetrics. In: Nelson pediatrics board review: Certification and recertification. Dean T Jr, Bell LM. Philadelphia: Elsevier Inc; 2019. p. 717-23.

 

Bonnington A, Autry AM. Abnormal vaginal bleeding in women desiring contraception who are taking anticoagulation therapy. Obstet Gynecol. 2018 Apr;131(4):632-634. doi: 10.1097/AOG.0000000000002518.

 

Bonnington A, Autry AM. In reply: Letter to the editor: Abnormal vaginal bleeding in women desiring contraception who are taking anticoagulation therapy. Obstet Gynecol. 2018 Jul;132(1):217. doi: 10.1097/AOG.0000000000002724.

 

Bonnington A, Obedin-Maliver, J. ABSTRACT: Contraception for transgender men: A call to action. Obstet Gynecol. 2018 May;131(1S):79S. doi: 10.1097/01.AOG.00005333368.92043.6f.

 

PRESENTATIONS:

Bonnington, A., Martin, L., Hassinger, J., Youatt, E., Eagen-Torkko, M., Debbink, M., & Harris, L. (2013). Abortion providers as stigmatizers: provider judgment and stereotyping of patients seeking abortion. Poster presented at the North American Forum on Family Planning; Seattle, WA, October 5-7, 2013; Honored as one of the top 18 posters at the conference (out of 123).

 

Maniere, E., Bonnington, A., Hassinger, J., Martin, L., Youatt, E., Eagen-Torkko, M., & Harris, L. (2013). “I actually like children very much”: The false dichotomization of abortion provision and motherhood. Poster presented at the North American Forum on Family Planning; Seattle, WA, October 5-7, 2013.

 

Harris, L., Martin, L., Youatt, E., Eagen-Torkko, M., Bonnington, A., Hassinger, J., & Debbink, M. (2013). Michigan’s HB5711: a case study of the role of abortion provider stigma in anti-abortion legislation. Poster presented at the North American Forum on Family Planning; Seattle, WA, October 5-7, 2013; Honored as one of the top 18 posters at the conference (out of 123).

 

Martin, L., Debbink, M., Youatt, E., Hassinger, J., Bonnington, A., Eagen-Torkko, M., & Harris, L. (2013). Burnout, stigma and team cohesion among abortion providers participating in the providers share workshop. Poster presented at the North American Forum on Family Planning; Seattle, WA, October 5-7, 2013.

 

Eagen-Torkko, M., Martin, L., Hassinger, J., Youatt, E., Bonnington, A., & Harris, L. (2013). The “caring paradox”? Abortion care and nursing staff. Poster presented at the North American Forum on Family Planning; Seattle, WA, October 5-7, 2013.

 

Bonnington, A., Martin, L., Eagen-Torkko, M., Youatt, E., Hassinger, J., Debbink, M., & Harris, L. (2012). Beyond “Pro-Life” and “Pro-Choice”: Caring for Pro-Life Patients Seeking Abortion. Poster presented at UMMS Student Biomedical Research Program Fall Research Forum; Ann Arbor, MI, November 1, 2012.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Corps Member, Teach For America (June 2009 – June 2011) Greater Newark Corps

Newark, New Jersey

  • Taught high school Biology and Human Anatomy & Physiology at Passaic High School

  • Served as official mentor through the State of New Jersey for a first-year teacher

  • Volunteered as staff adviser for the Environmental Science Club

  • Served as Chair of the Transition Team Leader Committee, which assisted new corps members during Round Zero and with the transition from Institute into the classroom

  • Served as Social Chair and Community Service Co-Chair of the Brick Committee to coordinate events for the Greater Newark Corps

 

Undergraduate Student Instructor, Chemistry 211: Investigations in Chemistry (September 2007 – May 2009) The University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Responsible for the supervision and instruction of twenty undergraduate students per semester

  • Tasks included facilitating weekly laboratory experiments, ensuring overall safety, helping students to work through difficult material, grading of laboratory notebooks, hosting of exam review sessions, and proctoring/grading of exams

 

HEALTH RELATED LEADERSHIP and SERVICE:

Co-Chief, Wellness Committee (June 2018 – June 2019) University of California, San Francisco

San Francisco, California

    • Responsible for promoting a culture in which our residents are supportive of one another so that each resident feels that they are getting the individual encouragement that they need

    • Recruited other residents interested in promoting wellness and formed a Wellness Committee, coordinated resident debrief sessions each block for our most challenging rotations, acquired departmental funding for a social outing each block for our two Gynecology teams, planned Wellness curriculum for our weekly didactics sessions, and organized residency-wide activities

 

Member, STEP UP (November 2015 – June 2019)

San Francisco General Hospital Department of Family and Community Medicine San Francisco, California

    • Program aims to increase collaborations across departments and multiple residency learner levels, apply new learning strategies, and create a new competency-based learning and assessment tool for social medicine training efforts

    • Participated in several sponsored events focused on increasing exposure to the neighborhoods in which our patients live, promoting harm reduction strategies for patients with substance abuse, and thinking critically about how we can best support our most underserved patients

    • Received Certificate of Health Equity Studies

 

Executive Board Member and General Member, Medical Students for Choice (August 2011 – May 2015) University of Michigan Medical School

Ann Arbor, Michigan

    • Served as the Observership Coordinator for medical student volunteer experiences at Planned Parenthood

    • Assisted with educational events, fundraisers, and social activities

    • Attended the Medical Students for Choice National Conference in Baltimore, Maryland in 2011; St. Louis, Missouri in 2012

    • Attended the Law Students for Reproductive Justice Regional Conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 2012

Social Chair and General Member, Black Medical Association (August 2011 – May 2015)

University of Michigan Medical School Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Coordinated fundraisers and bonding events, created social media publications and promotional videos, and attended community service events and health fairs

  • Organized a film screening of “We Always Resist – Trust Black Women” with Medical Students for Choice

  • Recruited self-identified black medical school applicants for matriculation at UMMS

  • Volunteered to conduct practice interviews for undergraduate pre-medical students from minority backgrounds

  • Attended the Student National Medical Association National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia in 2012

  • Assisted in planning and coordinating the Student National Medical Association Region V Conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 2011

 

Interview Day Student Coordinator, Admissions Department (January 2012 – March 2013) University of Michigan Medical School

Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Responsible for coordinating the afternoon portion of Interview Day for interviewees

  • Facilitated a meet-and-greet between current students and interviewees

  • Recruited and trained Admissions Ambassadors for a Q&A panel and a tour of the medical school for interviewees

 

Interviewer, Admissions Committee (June 2014 – May 2015) University of Michigan Medical School

Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Trained to conduct both traditional interviews and short-form miniature interviews for medical school applicants

Admissions Ambassador, Admissions Department (August 2011 – May 2015) University of Michigan Medical School

Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Served as Medical Student Adviser for two groups of interviewees

  • Participated in Q&A panels and served as a tour guide during Interview Day

  • Served on the M1 Orientation Committee

PRIOR EMPLOYMENT:

Phone Interviewer, Teach For America Admissions Team (August 2010 – May 2015) Teach For America

New York, NY

  • Received more than forty hours of training to conduct second-round phone interviews for applicants to the program

  • Conducted approximately forty interviews per year, split into four rounds of applicants

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:

  • American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

  • ransgender Healt

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CONTACT US

Office hours: 415-395-9895

Fax: 415-395-9897

After hours: 855-638-7424

ADDRESS

45 Castro St, Suite 324

San Francisco, CA  94114

OFFICE HOURS

Mon - Fri: 830am - 4:30pm

Closed for lunch: 12pm - 1pm

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