Cold and Flu Season Can Be a Monster

Flu & Cold Season Can Be A Monster

Flu is prevalent in our community right now. Visit our Flu Resource Center to learn about flu prevention, signs and symptoms, and help us protect our patients, families and staff from RSV and the flu by following these visitation restrictions.

  • No visitors under the age of 12 are allowed in patient care areas.
  • Please do not visit patients if you are experiencing fever, vomiting, diarrhea or cold or flu-like symptoms.

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Practice Name
WakeMed Physician Practices - Hospital Medicine
Primary Address
Pediatric Hospital Medicine - Raleigh
3000 New Bern Ave.
WakeMed Children's Hospital
Raleigh, NC 27610
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Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics
Medical School
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Undergraduate Degree
Duke University
Physician Bio

Dr. Travis Honeycutt is a board-certified pediatrician who has been with WakeMed Physician Practices - Pediatrics since 2006, specializing in pediatric intensive care and inpatient pediatrics. He has previous experience with the University of North Carolina (UNC) School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics, Division of Community Pediatrics, where he was clinical instructor of pediatrics, and he also served as a pediatrician for Wilmington Health Associates' Children's Clinic.

Dr. Honeycutt received his medical degree with distinction from the UNC School of Medicine, and completed his pediatric residency at the UNC Department of Pediatrics. He also was a pediatric critical care fellow in the UNC Department of Pediatrics Division of Critical Care. He earned a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Duke University.

Dr. Honeycutt has extensive experience in providing medical care in developing countries. While in medical school, he was awarded a fellowship to study a Kenyan pediatric immunization program and worked in a pediatric hospital in Nairobi. He also worked with an AIDS Care Team and Mano Amiga Orphanage in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, has organized and led a volunteer public health campaign and home visitation for Outward Bound International in Costa Rica, served in the pediatric intensive care unit at Hospital Nacional de Los Ninos in San Jose, Costa Rica, and led and organized a multidisciplinary team to develop pediatric intensive care services in Kampala, Uganda.

He is certified in pediatrics and pediatric critical care by the American Board of Pediatrics, and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is also a member of the Society of Critical Care Medicine.

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