Margaret N Honeycutt , MD


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A dedicated, experienced, and decorated chief pediatrician with more than 30 years of experience serving children and their families, including 22 years as a practice owner. A graduate of the Medical College of Virginia, Dr. Honeycutt’s honors include the President’s Award from the Virginia Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and two national awards for volunteer service for underprivileged and handicapped children from the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Virginia Commonwealth University                   

Richmond, Va.

University of Mary Washington

Fredericksburg, Va.

Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics

Virginia Commonwealth University

Medical College of Virginia Hospital

Department of Pediatrics
Richmond, Va.

University of Virginia

Nurse Practitioner Program, Clinical Instructor 

Medical College of Virginia/VCU
Medical Student Preceptorship, Assistant Clinical Professor 
“In the Trenches,” The Virginia AAP Newsletter, Spring Edition 2009

2004 Virginia American Academy of Pediatrics, Recognition For Service

2005 National American Academy of Pediatrics, Recognition For Service on the state chapter’s reimbursement committee (which Dr Honeycutt started to benefit the reimbursement of state physicians by Medicaid)

2005, 200, 2007, 2008, 2010 Head-Start Local Recognition For Service

2009 National American Academy of Pediatrics Recognition For Service on the state chapter’s Reimbursement Committee, Immunization Committee, and Peds Council

2015 Fauquier County Social Services Recognition Award

2016 Warrenton Police Department Certificate of Community Service

American Academy of Pediatrics  National & State Chapters

Medical Society of Virginia

Phi Beta Kappa

Participation without membership:

EAGALA  (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning)  National Organization & Virginia Networking Group

Board:    Sophia House Episcopalian Retreat Center for Handicapped, Louisa County, Va., 1990-1994

Board:    Fauquier Community Action (Headstart), 2000-2003, 2005-2008                           

Board:    Volunteer Farm Woodstock, Va.,  2008 – 2010

Founder and Chair:     Va. Chapter AAP,  Reimbursement Committee, 2004 - 2008

Chair:     Va. Chapter AAP,  Medical Services Committee,  2008-2011                                      

Board:    Va. Chapter of AAP,  2008 to 2011

Board:    Greater Piedmont Trauma Informed Community Network,  2016                                       

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