Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Woman's Right to Know Act and amends the Medical Practice Act of 1987. Provides that an abortion shall not be performed or induced unless the woman has given her voluntary and informed consent, and states guidelines for determining whether a woman's consent is voluntary and informed. Requires the Department of Public Health to publish printed materials and an informational video concerning certain prenatal services. Requires a physician to inform a woman of the existence of a medical emergency that necessitates an immediate abortion to avert her death or serious injury. Authorizes disciplinary action against a physician for a willful failure to provide a woman with certain information required under the Woman's Right to Know Act; if a physician willfully performs an abortion without first providing the woman with the information, authorizes a civil penalty of $1,000 for a first violation and $5,000 for a second or subsequent violation. Authorizes a State's Attorney to report to the Medical Disciplinary Board a physician's willful failure to provide a woman with such information. Effective 120 days after becoming law.