Dr. BouaSy Huneycutt was born in Laos. She is Hmong, one of several ethnic groups who lived in the mountains of Laos. At 7 years old, She and her family came to Albemarle, North Carolina in 1976 as refugees because of the Vietnam War. The Vietnam War forced the Hmong people to flee their homeland and to seek refuge in many countries throughout the world. Dr. Huneycutt’s new life in America was made possible by the generosity and sponsorship of First Lutheran Church of Albemarle, NC.
Dr. Huneycutt graduated with honors from NCSU with degrees in both biochemistry and chemistry. She attended Brody School of Medicine (formerly, ECU-SOM) in Greenville, NC, where she earned her Doctor of Medicine degree. After graduating from medical school, she completed four years Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency at the USF in Tampa, FL and became board certified in both internal medicine and pediatrics. She has over 18 years of experience as both Internist and pediatrician and has worked in several settings, which include community health centers, private practices and the VA. Dr. Huneycutt is a compassionate doctor and enjoys caring for the whole family. She cares and listens to her patients and enjoys educating them about their own health. She believes in keeping the mind and body healthy through good nutrition, regular exercise, adequate rest, risk reduction and prevention and proper management of chronic diseases through evidence-based medicine practices.
Dr. Huneycutt, lives in Raleigh with her husband, Phil Huneycutt and their two sons, Cayman and Caleb. She is happy to be back in Raleigh once again. She and her family are active members of Point International Church in Cary, NC and enjoy serving in her church and community. Dr. Huneycutt loves spending time with her family and friends. She enjoys traveling, weekend trips to the beaches and mountains, attending cultural events, cooking, art drawing, and online shopping and bargain hunting.